Des Plaines firefighters and paramedics during a rescue near the Des Plaines River Wednesday.
Firefighters were helping a man with a serious leg injury along the river bank , officials said. The patient and emergency workers were stung.
The Village of Niles has signed a legal agreement with who was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Niles when he was off-duty in January 2010.
No criminal charges were brought in the case.
The village will reinstate per the settlement agreement which Patch obtained Thursday under the Freedom of Information Act. Markadas has not been on the job in the two and a half years since the allegation.
An that the village had to pay Markadas 21 months of back pay and benefits; however, the village decided to appeal that ruling, and the agreement calls for paying Markadas just under 14 months' worth of back pay and benefits.
McHenry County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating that have been occurring in rural McHenry County since May. The sheriff’s office is and is looking into possible criminal activity involving the fires, according to a release.
Barn fires have been , deputies said. Kane County and Boone County authorities have also reported fires within their borders, the release stated.
It was one year ago on July 22 that a
A Catholic memorial Mass was held at and attended by close friends and family, .
“It was very emotional,” said Gabby’s sister, Ilona Gregory, who gave a speech along with her brothers. Gabby was the youngest of five and would have been 19. “Part of my words were that on the one hand it seems like the longest year of our lives and, on the other hand, I can’t believe it’s a year already; it still feels so raw and new . . . My sister really did die. It seems like, did that really happen?”
Gabby was on her way to Alpine Fest, when a driver struck her and two friends on Church Street, July 22, 2011.