Week in Review: Goodwill Announces Lemont Store, Police Release Sketch of Sex Assault Suspect

A look back at the headlines from April 2-8.

Monday, April 2

Army Sgt. Andrew Kaufman, a graduate of Lemont High School, was greeted Friday by family, friends, motorcyclists from Warriors' Watch Riders and former Chicago Bear Steve McMichael.

Kids packed the CORE Fitness and Aquatic Complex, 16050 W. 127th St., on Saturday for the park district's "H2O Egg-Venture."

Tuesday, April 3

In his third season on the bench, Runaas led the boys basketball team to a 25-3 record overall and a 12-1 record in South Suburban Conference play.

Lemont had 17 students compete in 12 events at the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Decatur, IL, on March 30-31.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Lemont Police Department for arrests made March 5-11. It does not indicate a conviction.

Wednesday, April 4

are still searching for a man—described as a white male in his late 20s or early 30s—who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in the 1100 block of State Street on Friday, March 23.

The board approved administrative contracts for the 2012-13 school year Tuesday night, as well as the purchase of a new cooling unit for the server room at Old Quarry Middle School.

More than two dozen students created drawings inspired by their favorite poems and songs to celebrate National Poetry Month.

Thursday, April 5

'HERO HELPS' unites a grassroots organization with Will County in the face of increasing use of the drug and alarming overdose statistics.

In a new weekly series, Patch asks readers how they would fill empty storefronts around Lemont.

Friday, April 6

Village officials confirmed Friday that a retail and donation center will open in the former Sears Harware location in August.

An outbreak of bareilly, a rare case of salmonella, has been reported in 19 states. Eight of the sick are Illinois residents.

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