Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Jason Chance already did time in prison for threatening Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow but was found unfit to answer new allegations of harassing officials.
A downstate man already convicted of threatening Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow on Facebook was found unfit to face new charges of menacing public officials. Jason Chance, 40, was returned to jail after a Monday morning court hearing but will be transferred to a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services. Chance has already taken a two-year prison sentence for making threats against Glasgow in 2010. According to a criminal complaint, Chance made a Facebook post "containing a threat to rape and kill James Glasgow." Chance was also charged with "cyberstalking" Glasgow. On top of the prison sentence, Chance was also hit with 30 months of probation with special conditions. Chance allegedly violated that probation by …
Monday, June 18, 2012
Silver Cross Hospital and the University of Chicago Medical Center have partnered to open a cancer center in New Lenox. A grand opening is Tuesday, June 19, and features free cooking and gardening demos and baseball legend Ron Kittle.
When a state board approved a cancer treatment center in New Lenox two years ago, former Will County Board member and cancer survivor Laurie Smith said she was thrilled. "Most people, when they find out they have cancer, have weeks if not months of treament, and it can be hard if you have to go to Chicago," she said in a previous article. "The impact on family members, when they have such a high-quality facility here, will be monumental." That facility opens Tuesday, June 19, with a public grand opening that includes public tours, a farmers market and free cooking and gardening demonstrations. The $21.6 million cancer center, developed by HSA PrimeCare, is a partnership between Silver Cross Hospital and the University of Chicago Medical …
Monday, November 21, 2011
Meijer’s dietitian Shari Steinbach and Silver Cross Hospital offer suggestions for how to safely indulge with the holiday staple.
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Monday, November 21, 2011
Thanksgiving cooking does not have to be stressful. With a few simple touches, a great turkey will serve as the cornerstone of a pleasing and sleep-inducing meal. Meijer’s Registered Dietitian Shari Steinbach put together advice and a few techniques to make a Thanksgiving turkey safely and with a lot of flavor. The bird can induce a great tryptophan coma among all of your relatives, including the ones you like. Buy the right size turkey People will need 1 pound of uncooked turkey for every guest. Add another half pound if you want leftovers. Proper cooking time Turkey thawing and safety tips What's the proper cooking temperature for turkey? Other turkey day dos and don'ts Silver Cross Hospital in Joliet offers the following tips to …
Friday, July 1, 2011
The staff at the hospital in Joliet near Shorewood wants you to stay out of the emergency room this weekend.
The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and along with it, all the holiday fun and peril it involves. The staff at Silver Cross Hospital hopes you won't be requiring medical attention on our nation's birthday, and shared some tips for keeping safe. Here they are: Traveling in your holiday plans? With more people on the roads during the holiday, it’s more important than ever to drive safely—which means being well rested, buckling up, observing speed limits and following the rules of the road. Also, carry a disaster supplies kit in your trunk and pay attention to the weather forecast for your destination. Weather Web sites can help you avoid storms that could impact your safety. If you plan on drinking, designate a driver who won’t …