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Wide open – 50,000 square feet to be exact – of what will soon be filled with athletes, an array of sports courts and fans all within the friendly confines of what may very well be the first of several indoor recreation facilities for a couple’s vision that knows no bounds.
Cassidy DeGraff is a junior at Lincoln-Way North. The Tinley Park resident and girls water polo player led her team in goals this season.
Lincoln-Way West upset the Phoenix 10-9 in the quarterfinals of the sectional last week. What happened in that game?
Honestly, West stepped up and we underestimated them. They set up something different with Bridget Soukup shooting from the outside, and we just kept fouling her.
A Frankfort man was charged with possession of a controlled substance after police observed the suspect ducking in-and-out between vehicles in Mokena.
Aaron Fister, 20, of 10650 Williamsburg Trail, in Frankfort, was apprehended April 1 at 19546 S. 116th Ave. in Mokena. After police investigated the scene, the suspect said he was waiting “for friends to get home.” Police then conducted a pat down when a bottle of pills without a label was discovered.
Police said the suspect indicated he did not have a prescription with him.
It’s called “With-A-Switch” because Chris Vroman and his brother Kevin can fix pretty much any electronic device out there. In fact, what Mario and Luigi are to the gaming world, the Vromans are just the same to the technology revolution.
There are some things though even the owners of one of the only electronic repair stores in Mokena can’t overcome, and why come Aug. 1, “With-A-Switch” will be relocated from Front Street.
But let’s back up to April 1, 2013 – April Fool’s Day – the same day the brothers acquired the store front.
A Mokena man was allegedly charged with domestic battery resulting from two incidents in three days.
Justin Rafacz, 33, of 11208 First St., in Mokena, was charged first from an incident stemming from a June 2 incident at 11208 First St., in Mokena, after police responded to a domestic disturbance in progress.
After further investigation, the victim informed police that her tooth was broken after a fight broke out.
Five years ago, Chris Pignotti’s son wanted to get involved with lacrosse, specifically, the Lincoln-Way Lacrosse Club youth team.
Wanting to help out, Pignotti started coaching in a league that at the time did not have a youth program for children under the age of 11, as the game was still gaining traction in popularity.