Two fires broke out within blocks of each other early Thursday in south suburban Markham, according to Markham Fire Department Chief Ronald Moaton.
Just before 2 a.m., crews found a home engulfed in flames in the 3000 block of West Nottingham Avenue. There were no injuries and no one was displaced, said Moaton.
About two hours before, another fire had sparked nearby. A spokesperson for Markham Fire Department could not confirm the location of the first fire.
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Officers were responding to a ShotSpotter call when they found the woman unresponsive in an alley in the 7900 block of South Vincennes Avenue.
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Five 7-Eleven stores robbed on Near West and North sides, a day after four other 7-Eleven stores were hit by gunmen
In one of the robberies Wednesday, a customer’s Jeep was carjacked. Police have not said if the robberies are linked. No injuries have been reported.
Saturday will be the irregular convergence of three opening days in fishing: the start of Illinois’ spring inland trout season, the reopening of fishing at Heidecke Lake (good prospects) and the start of that Chicago tradion, smelt netting (not much hope).