Week in Review: Heroin Charge for Local Man, Minooka Business Honored, And More
We know you are busy. Stay tuned each Sunday as we review the week and catch you up on news you might have missed.
Monday, April 9
The son of retired Chief Judge Rodney Lechwar, Channahon resident Matthew Lechwar was jailed on a heroin charge.
The Grundy County Chamber of Commerce honored the Minooka, Morris and Coal City locations as business of the year.
Grundy County Housing Authority CEO T. Brent Newman wraps up the past year of PADS and why he does what he does.
We invited you to help us determine the best tax preparation place in Channahon and Minooka.
Deadlines are looming for softball registration and you can join Dimensions without a fee until April 30.
Tuesday, April 10
This week's Dining with Dawn introduced readers to this southern-fare restaurant.
As they do every year, the Three Rivers Public Library in Channahon is accepting food donations in lieu of library fines during National Library Week.
Wednesday, April 11
The group put on an anti-bullying campaign at Minooka Community High School.
This week's Whiz Kid featured Minooka Community High School senior Bri Tobin.
Thursday, April 12
We gave readers an inside look at the process, which does not use chemicals.
Although it has the most liberal zoning, the space that used to be Radio Shack cannot be a tattoo parlor. We asked what you'd like to see in that space.
Chicago Premium Boat Rental and Leasing is offering a discount on its guided boat rental through Sunday.
We shared a set of sizzling deals in Shorewood, Channahon and Minooka.
Friday, April 13
Volunteers will be at the library Sunday to share their stories on why they are giving away books.
Check out Channahon Police Department reports from April 4 to 8.