ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Montgomery, IL

WSPY NEWS

Oswego village president impressed by growth at new dog park

Oswego Village President Troy Parlier is says the number of dogs registered at the village's new dog park keeps going up. The park opened in August. Anyone using the park has to register through the village's web site. Your browser does not support the audio element. Parlier says he's only...
OSWEGO, IL
Picture for Oswego village president impressed by growth at new dog park

Aurora residents can sign-up for fall recycling drive-thru starting Monday

AURORA, Ill. (CBS) -- If you live in Aurora, it's time to clear out the junk drawer. If you have electronics collecting dust at your house you can recycle them.Starting at 8 a.m. residents can sign up for the fall recycling drive-thru happening on Oct. 8.The first 1,500 people can recycle two televisions and an unlimited number of other approved electronics.Registration is required and this event is only for aurora neighbors.You can sign up at aurora-il.org.
AURORA, IL
LOCAL CHANNELS
WSPY NEWS

Police now calling Montgomery death a homicide

The Montgomery Police Department is now calling the investigation into the death of 42-year-old Joshua Correa, of Montgomery, a homicide. A news release Friday from Montgomery police says that Correa was found shot to death Monday afternoon in the 1100 block of Reading Drive. Police have said there is no...
MONTGOMERY, IL

1 killed, 1 in critical condition in Aurora shooting

AURORA, Ill. (CBS) -- One person is dead and another is in critical condition after a shooting in Aurora Saturday afternoon, police say. Just after 2 p.m. police responded to a 911 call after two 29-year-old men were found shot in the 300 block of Center Avenue, according to the Aurora Police Department. Both were in critical condition, but one of the victims was pronounced dead at the scene. The other victim was transported to a local hospital and then airlifted to a Chicago trauma center. Around 4:45 p.m. police confirmed that one of the victims had died and the case is now being investigated as a homicide. The victims' identities are still being witheld, police said Saturday. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact detectives at (630) 256-5500 or email tips@aurora.il.us. Information can also be reported anonymously to CrimeStoppers at (630) 892-1000.
AURORA, IL
RELATED LOCATIONS

2 Men Killed at Coal City Bar, Grundy County Deputies Say

Two men were found shot to death outside of a sports bar in unincorporated Coal City early Saturday morning, according to authorities. Officials with the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office say that deputies were called to the Gippers Sports Club and Eatery, located in the 8400 block of East Pine Bluff Road, at approximately 12:30 a.m. Saturday after a report of gunfire.
COAL CITY, IL
fox32chicago.com

Aurora Shooting: One shot dead, one in critical condition

AURORA, Illinois - Aurora police said one person was killed and another was critically wounded in a shooting on Saturday. Police said they responded to the 300 block of Center Avenue around 2 p.m. for a report of two gunshot victims. Both victims were 29-year-old men. Their names are not...
AURORA, IL
RELATED PEOPLE
wcsjnews.com

No Arrest Made in Gippers Double Homicide

Two men from Joliet were shot and killed in an outside pavilion area at Gippers Sports Club and Eatery in the 8400 block of East Pine Bluff Road around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, September 24th. Grundy County Coroner John Callahan said 33-year-old Darius Travis and 25-year-old Dameonta Terry-Travis were pronounced...
JOLIET, IL
RELATED PUBLISHERS
FOX2now.com

St. Charles fire station ground breaking today

A ground breaking is planned Monday morning for a new fire station in St. Charles. Missouri judge weighing lawsuits over photo ID law. Major Case Squad investigating murder of St. Ann …. Fire damages well-known Illinois bakery overnight. Pujols’ historic achievement lauded at Hispanic Festival …. Royal Historian shares...
SAINT CHARLES, IL
WSPY NEWS

Aurora man killed in motorcycle crash

The Aurora Police Department says that an Aurora man was killed in a motorcycle crash Thursday evening in the area of Wilder Street and Sunset Avenue on the city's west side. He was identified as 23-year-old Jackson B. Bennett, of Aurora. Police say Bennett was riding a motorcycle westbound on...
AURORA, IL
NEARBY CITIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Zifko wins Yankee Enduro on Friday

The 45th annual Yankee Dirt Track Classic debuted at Davenport Speedway Friday night. This is the first time the Yankee has been held at the Davenport track, a news release says. The finale of the evening was a one hundred and fifty lap Enduro. The race quickly boiled down to a battle between Rick Zifko of […]
DAVENPORT, IA
wjol.com

WJOL Tours the new CenterPoint Toll Bridge

The privately financed project by Houbolt Road Extension JV, LLC, a joint venture between United Bridge Partners and CenterPoint Properties, involves constructing a new 1.5 mile-long highway extension including a 0.4-mile bridge over the Des Plaines River to connect Interstate 80 with the CenterPoint Intermodal Center and its Union Pacific and.
JOLIET, IL
WSPY NEWS

One person hurt in motorized bicycle crash in Oswego

The Oswego Police Department says one person was hurt in a motorized bicycle crash with a Toyota Camry early Saturday morning. Police say it happened at Route 30 and Route 34. The rider of the bicycle, 35-year-old Earl C. Thomas of Aurora, was taken to Rush Copley Hospital for treatment. The bike sustained heavy damage. The Toyota only had minor damage.
OSWEGO, IL
positivelynaperville.com

‘Step Up for Little Friends’ welcomes walkers on October 16

Above / St. James Farm, just north of Naperville, is easily located from its east entrance along Butterfield Road. The 2022 Step Up for Little Friends walk is set for Sun., Oct. 16, at St. James Farm Forest Preserve in Warrenville. The family-friendly autumn morning walk again welcomes the community to attend to support the mission of Little Friends. Check in will open at 8:30AM and the walk will start at 9:30AM.
NAPERVILLE, IL
ARCHIVES