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30,000 Years of Manhattan History: Final Day

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6,158 total views, no views today Manhattan Township Historical Society continues the exhibit “Manhattan Township 30,000 BC – 1886 AD,” concerning the very early history of the inhabitants and land that became Manhattan Township. The free final exhibit viewing will be this Saturday, February 3, at the Museum, 255 S. State Street, from 10 a.m. until…

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St. Joseph’s Open House Jan. 28

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655 total views, no views today St. Joseph Catholic School in Manhattan is holding an Open House on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 275 W. North Street, Manhattan. The Open House is a great opportunity to learn about the school’s educational programs from preschool through 8th grade.  The school provides…

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Lincoln-Way East Orchesis to Perform Dance Concert

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5,842 total views, no views today On Friday, January 26, and Saturday, January 27, Lincoln-Way East dancers will perform the East Orchesis Dance Concert entitled “Orchesis: Musical Edition.” The shows will begin at 7 p.m. in the Lincoln-Way East Fine Arts Center. Tickets will be sold at the box office a half hour prior to each…

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St. Joseph’s Open House on Sunday, Jan. 28

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311 total views, no views today St. Joseph Catholic School in Manhattan is holding an Open House on Sunday, Jan. 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 275 W. North Street, Manhattan. The Open House is a great opportunity to learn about the school’s educational programs from preschool through 8th grade.  The school provides academic…

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3 boys charged with damaging Lincoln-Way North High School

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10,397 total views, no views today by Susan DeMar Lafferty, The Daily Southtown Three male juveniles were charged Thursday with breaking into the shuttered Lincoln-Way North High School last month, according to the Will County sheriff’s office. The juveniles, all from Frankfort Township, were brought in for questioning after evidence apparently pointed to them as suspects in…

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Providence Catholic president retires amid investigation into ‘potentially inappropriate material’ on phone

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8,690 total views, no views today by Zak Koeske, The Daily Southtown The president of Providence Catholic High School has retired amid an investigation into “potentially inappropriate material on his mobile device,” the New Lenox high school said in a statement Friday. The Rev. Richard J. McGrath, 71, had helmed the Augustinian high school as either its…

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30,000 Years of Manhattan History

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3,180 total views, no views today Manhattan Township Historical Society will continue the exhibit “Manhattan Township 30,000 BC – 1886 AD” concerning the very early history of the inhabitants and land that became Manhattan Township. The journey through history begins with the warming of the climate at the end of the Ice Age and ends with…

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Feds turn over 400,000 pages of records in Lawrence Wyllie fraud case

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28,508 total views, no views today by Gregory Pratt, Chicago Tribune Federal prosecutors have turned over about 400,000 pages of records to attorneys representing former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Superintendent Lawrence Wyllie in his fraud case, a defense attorney said. Wyllie’s case was set for a status hearing before U.S. District Judge Gary Feinerman Monday.…

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Lawrence Wyllie, defense attorney’s work relationship dates to Elmhurst school closings

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11,183 total views, no views today by Gregory Pratt, Chicago Tribune Dec. 08–After a federal grand jury charged former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Superintendent Lawrence Wyllie with fraud in September, two lawyers stepped up to call him a “model educator.” One was Dan Webb, the prominent ex-U.S. Attorney in Chicago. The other was Robert Trevarthen,…

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Madrigal Dinners at Lincoln-Way West

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119 total views, no views today The Lincoln-Way West Music Department will present the ninth annual Madrigal dinners, which have been a staple of the Lincoln-Way communities for more than 40 years. Those in attendance will travel back to Renaissance times and experience a full three-course meal, while enjoying the talents of the Madrigal Singers, along…

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Manhattan Township 30,000 BC – 1886 AD

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105 total views, 0 views today   The Manhattan Township Historical Society will feature an exhibit focused on the very early history of the land and its inhabitants that became Manhattan Township. The free exhibit continues at the Museum, 255 S. State Street, on Saturday, December 2, from 10 a.m. until the Christmas on State Parade around…

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Record Setting Candy Buy Back for Manhattan Dental Care

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76 total views, no views today The eighth annual Candy Buy Back, sponsored by Manhattan Dental Care, was a great success, with a total of 1,061 pounds of candy collected. For every pound of candy donated, Dr. Laura Aversano, owner of Manhattan Dental Care, pays $1, then the candy is donated to Operation Care Package. Along…

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Lincoln-Way East Athletic Boosters Host Breakfast with Santa December 2

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93 total views, no views today On Saturday, December 2, the Lincoln-Way East Athletic Boosters will host a “Breakfast with Santa” in the Lincoln-Way East cafeteria, from 7 to 11 a.m. Tickets are available at the door for $6 each. Children under age three will receive free admission, when accompanied by an adult. “We are very…

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Manhattan Township 30,000 BC – 1886 AD

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95 total views, no views today   The Manhattan Township Historical Society will feature an exhibit focused on the very early history of the land and its inhabitants that became Manhattan Township. The free exhibit continues at the Museum, 255 S. State Street, on Saturdays, November 11, and December 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.…

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Lincoln-Way Central to Host Halloween Knight

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122 total views, no views today On Saturday, October 28, Lincoln-Way Central will host a Halloween Knight for children ages 11 and under, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children are invited to trick-or-treat inside Lincoln-Way Central and share in the Halloween spirit. Admittance is free, however, one canned good per child is requested to be…

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Former L-W School Superintendent Indicted on Fraud Charges

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39 total views, no views today The former superintendent of Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210 has been indicted on federal fraud charges for allegedly misappropriating school funds for his own benefit and concealing the district’s true financial deficit from the public. Prosecutors allege Lawrence Wyllie fraudulently used at least $50,000 in school district funds to…

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