Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around Bolingbrook? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the last few days:
- Bolingbrook police are continuing to investigate the shooting of a 16-year-old boy in the 100 block of West Boughton Road.
- Kimberly Belser was named Valley View’s 2012 Spelling Bee champ.
- Bolingbrook resident Shane Smart was honored at the Jan. 25 Chicago Bulls game for his military service and accomplishments.
- announced it is closing its storefront.
- The fifth grade Bolingbrook Magic basketball team took first place in double overtime at their tournament.
- Students at were treated to a visit from New York Yankees star Curtis Granderson.
- resident Craig Porazinski was named December's BMO Harris Bank Coach of the Month.
- Locals rallying support for upcoming Relay For Life.
- We took a look back at the Snowmageddon 2011 through statistics and pictures.
- Eight members of the state champion Bolingbrook High School football squad signed letters of intent to play football at various colleges and universities in the fall.
- The is seeking to fill its vacant executive director post.
- The Bolingbrook-based P.O.W.E.R. Connection was able to help feed 32,000 under-resourced individuals in 2011.
- Police are still investigating the case of missing Bolingbrook resident Rachel Mellon was 13 when she vanished 16 years ago.
- The Kiwanis Club is hoping to add members to its roster.