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Residents of unincorporated Will County expressed concern to the Village of Mokena Board of Trustees Monday, July 17, during a work session.
Tim Carroll
Although Lincoln-Way West junior Kyle Auchstetter was expecting to do well on his first ACT exam, he says he was surprised when he saw just how well he had performed; he received a score of 35, just one point away from a perfect 36. Auchstetter had taken a practice class in the fall before taking his first ACT exam in December of 2017.
TJ Kremer III

Momentum is heading in more than the right direction for the Mokena Marketplace, which as of Monday, Oct. 27, will officially welcome a new occupant to the Village in an area currently ripe with business and development.

Rebecca Susmarski

The Mokena Village Board of Trustees heard a proposal for a shooting range to come to Mokena during a June 16 work session at Village Hall. 

Dubbed Live Fire Gun Shop & Club, the business would be housed in a brand-new, custom-designed, 38,000-square-foot building at 18810 88th Ave. if granted a special use permit by the board. The establishment as currently proposed would contain a gun shop and shooting ranges for rifles and pistols. The business would also offer concealed carry classes and club membership. 

Rebecca Susmarski
A 53-year-old Frankfort Township man who initially was reported missing Feb. 13 was found dead Saturday, Feb. 18, according to Will County Chief Deputy Coroner Kevin Stevenson.
Tim Carroll
At around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, Metra’s Rock Island Twitter account sent a message reading that the Joliet train scheduled to depart at 8:30 p.m. was delayed due to “a freight striking a pedestrian near Hickory Creek.”
TJ Kremer III

An event that failed to earn Village Board approval last summer has been given the green light its second go around.

The Mokena Downtown Merchants Association is set to host a Feast of St. Mary Mount Carmel on Sunday, July 20, in the Front Street commuter lot.

Will O'Brien
“Old school” is a phrase that’s tossed around, oftentimes applied to something or someone simply because of its age. But “old school” can mean much more than that; it can be indicative of the way a person lives their life, and a throwback to a time when business practices weren’t so much corporate policy as common sense.
TJ Kremer III
Four men reportedly are in custody but have not yet been charged after what police are describing as a “smash and grab type of theft” attempt the morning of Thursday, Sept. 8, at an Orland Park jewelry store in the 15100 block of LaGrange Road. Police said they might have used a vehicle reported stolen from Mokena earlier that morning to get there.
Bill Jones
A Will County judge July 26 granted a motion by Olivieri Brothers Inc. and Perma-Seal to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Mokena Community Parks District in October 2016.
TJ Kremer III

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