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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE

By Tony Largent / July 7, 2021 /

LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ANNUAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Village President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Worth, Illinois will hold a public hearing on the proposed annual appropriation ordinance and revenue sharing expenditures for the fiscal year May 1, 2021 and ending April 30, 2022, on…

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Lien Notice

By Tony Largent / June 23, 2021 /

Notice is Hereby Given that on 7-28-21, a sale will be held at Hi-Tech Auto, 890 S. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling, IL 60090, 847-808-9544, to sell the following articles to enforce a Lien Existing Under the laws of the State of Illinois against such articles for labor, services, skill or material expended upon a storage furnished…

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Lien Notice

By Tony Largent / June 23, 2021 /

Notice is Hereby Given that on 7-28-21, a sale will be held at Hi-Tech Auto, 890 S. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling, IL 60090, 847-808-9544, to sell the following articles to enforce a Lien Existing Under the laws of the State of Illinois against such articles for labor, services, skill or material expended upon a storage furnished…

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Lien Notice

By Tony Largent / June 23, 2021 /

LEGAL NOTICE Notice is Hereby Given that on 8-7-21, a sale will be held at New Zacatecas Auto Repair, Inc., 3818 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60632, 773-927-2797, to sell the following articles to enforce a Lien Existing Under the laws of the State of Illinois against such articles for labor, services, skill or material…

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Car windows broken in Heights parking lots

Palos Heights police are investigating the shattering of windows of two vehicles between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. March 20 in the 6400 block of West 127th Street, police said. A backpack was stolen from a vehicle parked in the lot of Cardinal Fitness, in Indian Trails Shopping Center. Nothing was stolen from the other vehicle,…

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Broken glass from attack injures baby

Orland Park police arrested Eihab S. Hourani, 37, of Chicago Heights, at 7:05 p.m. March 3 and charged him with aggravated assault, reckless conduct and criminal damage to property, police said. Hourani allegedly struck a man’s car with a metal pipe, shattering a window. The flying shards of glass injured the victim’s infant son, who…

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Heights charges Worth woman with speeding, DUI

Palos Heights police arrested Margaret E. Hrebic, 20, of Worth, at 2:30 a.m. March 13 and charged her with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and speeding after she was stopped for driving 57 mph in a 40 mph zone in the 6500 block of Route 83, police said. Her court date is scheduled…

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Alleged thief falls into cops’ hands

by Matthew Piechalak From The Reporter A Midlothian man who allegedly took merchandise from a store in Westfield Mall literally fell into police officers’ hands when, while trying to elude them, he crashed through the ceiling of a nearby office building. Laroy N. Getz, 29, was arrested at 1:07 p.m. March 4 and charged with…

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Drunken driver crashes into squad car: police

Palos Heights police arrested Stephen P. Kottra, 52, of Chicago, at 3:20 a.m. Feb. 22 and charged him with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and operation of an uninsured motor vehicle after his vehicle struck a Palos Heights squad car, police said. The squad was…

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Accused drunken driver does 80 mph through red light: cops

Palos Heights police arrested Krystian B. Bryniarski, 25, of Tinley Park, at 2:08 a.m. Feb. 15 and charged him with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, speeding and red light violation after he was stopped for driving 80 to 90 mph while driving south on Ridgeland Avenue through the red light at 135th Street,…

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Accused drunken driver allegedly backs into squad

Orland Park police arrested Paul A. Peskys, 26, of Orland Park, at 4:11 a.m. Feb. 1 and charged him with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol after he allegedly backed into a police squad car in the parking lot of a convenience store, police said. Police had observed Peskys’s car parked in the store’s…

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Driver with revoked license charged with drunken driving

Palos Heights police arrested Javier Lopez, 21, of Burbank, at 1:41 a.m. Feb. 1 and charged him with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and transportation of open alcohol after he was stopped in the 12500 block of South Ridgeland Avenue for driving northbound in the southbound lanes on Ridgeland Avenue, police said. An…

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Orland Park man indicted for alleged stabbing in Oak Lawn

by William Jones From The Reporter An Orland Park man was indicted earlier this month on five felony counts of aggravated battery for allegedly stabbing another man during a street fight in December. Bahaeddin A. Hourani, 25, was surrendered by his attorney to Oak Lawn police Jan. 7. Hourani is accused of stabbing a 22-year-old…

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Killer husband faces 60 years in prison

Murdered wife with butcher’s knife in 2005 by Matthew Piechalak From The Reporter A Chicago Ridge man faces up to 60 years in prison after a judge found him guilty last week of killing his wife with a butcher’s knife. Peter D. Golesteanu, 30, was convicted last Thursday at the Cook County 5th Municipal District…

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CAPITOL RECAP: In court documents, Democrats deny racial gerrymandering claims

CAPITOL RECAP: In court documents, Democrats deny racial gerrymandering claims

By CAPITOL NEWS ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD – Lawyers for the General Assembly’s Democratic leaders filed documents in federal court Wednesday, Nov. 24, denying that newly drawn state legislative district maps amount to racial gerrymandering, instead accusing the plaintiffs in the three lawsuits of trying to use race to redraw districts for their own purposes. Among other…

Democrats deny racial gerrymandering in legislative maps

Democrats deny racial gerrymandering in legislative maps

By PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – Lawyers for the General Assembly’s Democratic leaders filed documents in federal court Wednesday denying that newly drawn state legislative district maps amount to racial gerrymandering, instead accusing the plaintiffs in the three lawsuits of trying to use race to redraw districts for their own purposes. Wednesday’s…

CAPITOL RECAP: Pritzker signs new congressional maps into law

CAPITOL RECAP: Pritzker signs new congressional maps into law

By CAPITOL NEWS ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday, Nov. 23, signed legislation redrawing the state’s congressional district maps, saying they reflect Illinois’ diversity and preserve minority representation. Due to the state’s declining population, Illinois will have only 17 congressional seats after the 2022 elections, one fewer than it currently has. Because most…

New congressional maps signed into law

New congressional maps signed into law

By PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday signed legislation redrawing the state’s congressional district maps, saying they reflect Illinois’ diversity and preserve minority representation. “These maps align with the landmark Voting Rights Act and will ensure all communities are equitably represented in our congressional delegation,” Pritzker said in…

1 million EVs: Inside the state’s plan for electrifying the transportation sector

1 million EVs: Inside the state’s plan for electrifying the transportation sector

By JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – With a pair of major policy victories in hand, Gov. JB Pritzker traveled to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, at the beginning of the month and shared a vision for his home state: “Illinois intends to become the best place in North…

Capitol Cast: A discussion on redistricting controversies

Capitol Cast: A discussion on redistricting controversies

The Better Government Association’s Bryan Zarou and University of Illinois political science professor Brian Gaines talk with Peter Hancock about the redistricting process in Illinois and the upcoming oral arguments in three federal lawsuits challenging the new legislative maps. See congressional maps here:www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer…3130960460293&z=6 See IL House maps here:www.google.com/maps/d/u/1/viewer…8881118842843&z=5 See IL Senate maps here:www.google.com/maps/d/u/2/viewer…4259714843751&z=6 Capitol News…

State Supreme Court rules on pair of gun cases

State Supreme Court rules on pair of gun cases

By JERRY NOWICKI Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – In its latest round of opinions Thursday, the Illinois Supreme Court upheld a Village of Deerfield assault weapons ban and restored a Putnam County man’s right to a Firearm Owners Identification card over the objections of the Illinois State Police. The decision in the Deerfield case…

Illinois unemployment falls to 6%

Illinois unemployment falls to 6%

By PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percentage point in October to 6 percent as employers added 40,900 jobs during the month, the Illinois Department of Employment Security and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday. According to the preliminary data, the industry sectors…

CAPITOL RECAP: Pritzker signs electric vehicle manufacturing incentives into law

CAPITOL RECAP: Pritzker signs electric vehicle manufacturing incentives into law

By CAPITOL NEWS ILLINOIS SPRINGFIELD – Gov. JB Pritzker signed into law a tax incentives package Tuesday, Nov. 16, that state lawmakers hope will help Illinois become a manufacturing hub for the budding electric vehicle industry. The Reimagining Electric Vehicles in Illinois, or REV, Act, passed the General Assembly with near-unanimous bipartisan support during the…

New state law bans ‘dark money’ in judicial races

New state law bans ‘dark money’ in judicial races

By PETER HANCOCK Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A new law in Illinois aims to ban out-of-state contributions and so-called “dark money” in judicial campaigns by requiring all candidates to disclose the sources of their contributions. Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday signed Senate Bill 536 into law, an omnibus elections bill that makes a…

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