A 21-year-old Chicago woman wanted for allegedly trying to cash a fraudulent check in Brookfield last July has been charged with one count of felony forgery after Chicago police who stopped her on Jan. 11 for a traffic violation turned her over to local detectives, because there was a warrant for her arrest.
Police in Riverside and North Riverside have beefed up traffic enforcement patrols around the holiday season as part of a grant-funded Drive Sober or get Pulled Over campaign in partnership with the Illinois Department of Transportation.
Riverside Public Library, 1 Burling Road, which had already switched to a curbside service model due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, was forced to shut down operations entirely on Friday, at least temporarily, due to some leaky water pipes.
The Village of Brookfield is energetically recruiting for the position of Village Planner within the Community and Economic Development Department. This position will report directly to the Community and Economic Development Director. Qualified...