Brandon Grossi, The Herald-News

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Past articles by Brandon:

Train derails near Aux Sable Liquid Products

“Our rail logistics crew was moving a set of cars with one of our switcher locomotives. The train did not come to a stop and three tankers derailed through our fence, out the westernmost portion of the property and onto the road,” said Scott Seibert, Aux Sable’s manager of environment and government affairs. He said that a fence, part of Tabler Road and a guardrail were damaged. Aux Sable Liquid… → Read More

Helland, Brown will face off for Grundy State's Attorney seat

Two men who will face off to be the lead prosecutor in Grundy County held dueling campaign events this week. → Read More

Kinzinger addresses guns, roads, climate during local visit

“It was great. A lot of times you’ll see places like (Nouryon) that are tucked away. It’s important to see all the great work people are doing here,” Kinzinger said. “The other thing that’s really driven home in this is the importance of the chemical industry to our region. There are a lot of people working in this industry. We need to make sure we’re keeping to environmental standards but also… → Read More

Bike share program opens in Lockport, Channahon

Biking on the canal just got a bit simpler. → Read More

2 new police officers take oath in Channahon

The Channahon Village Board unanimously approved the hiring of two new police officers Tuesday night. → Read More

Out-of-the-box Morris teen wins composition competition

Writing songs on the piano was nothing new for 13-year-old Kaelan Minett. The Morris teen has been doing it since he began playing piano at age 5. Winning a cash prize for doing so, however, definitely was not something he expected. → Read More

Forgotten Warrior Memorial unveiled at Channahon State Park

The circle of polished stone monuments and flags honors veterans who have lost their battles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as well as those who continue to struggle with mental warfare long after they return from the battlefield. Roughly 250 people sat or stood before a temporary stage next to the memorial. Local leaders, veterans and mothers of fallen soldiers delivered remarks. By the… → Read More

Hopes, dreams abound at Morris Queen of Hearts

A new house, a family vacation to Hawaii, paying off debt – the participants of the Queen of Hearts drawing at Morris Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6049 have big dreams. → Read More

Walking the walk – not just talking the talk

St. Charles man walks through Morris on his journey to Springfield → Read More