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Man In Custody After Ambulance Stolen From Hospital In New Lenox

(CBS) — A man from Manhattan, Illinois, is in police custody this morning after an ambulance was stolen from a southwest suburban hospital.

This all started with an incident in Manhattan, says New Lenox Mayor Tim Baldermann. 124 more words


Teen Killed By Semi Outside Lincoln-Way Central H.S.

CHICAGO (CBS) — A 17-year-old boy was killed Friday morning, when he was hit by a semi-tractor trailer as he was crossing the street outside a New Lenox high school. 129 more words


The Advantages of Laparoscopic and Robotic Myomectomy

An attending physician at Partners in Obstetrics & Women’s Health in New Lenox, Illinois, Dr. Francisco Garcini provides treatment for a wide range of conditions, including… 159 more words

Dr. Francisco Garcini

ComEd Kicks In $10,000 To Help Repair Veterans Memorial

(CBS) — Efforts to rebuild a vandalized veterans memorial in New Lenox received a big boost Monday when a utility promised to kick in $10,000. 214 more words


Police Make Arrest In Veterans Memorial Vandalism

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(CBS) — Police in New Lenox have a suspect in custody they say is linked to the recent destruction of a veterans memorial. 80 more words


Man Charged In Attacks On Women On New Lenox Forest Preserve Trail

CHICAGO (STMW) — A New Lenox man who allegedly beat one woman and attacked another Monday on Old Plank Road Trail near New Lenox was ordered held on $100,000 bail. 320 more words


Veterans Memorial Vandalized In New Lenox

(CBS) — Residents of southwest suburban New Lenox cannot believe it: Vandals heavily damaged a beloved veterans memorial over the weekend.

“They pushed it over to point where it actually fell and broke,” Vietnam veteran Larry Paveza tells CBS 2’s Jim Williams. 140 more words