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Two bodies found the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 29, in a townhome under construction in Lockport’s Sagebrook subdivision have been identified.
The two men have been identified as Marco Ceja-Sanchez, 37, and David Ceja-Sanchez, 36, both of Aurora, according to a press release issued the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 30, by the Lockport Police Department. The two men are thought to be related, police said.
Both men died of gunshot wounds, according to an autopsy by the Will County Coroner’s Office conducted Nov. 30.
When it came time for Mervet Nolte to choose the perfect name for her new restaurant, she let the sound of a hot grill do the talking. Sizzles, located at 571 E. 13th Street, is Lockport’s latest go-to for char-
broiled gourmet burgers, dogs and sandwiches.
Opening Sizzles has been a culinary dream come true for Nolte, who has worked in various eateries, from humble burger n’ fries-type of establishments to five-star fine dining. She paid her dues, taking every front and back-of-the-house position in order to hone her skills.
Lockport residents help support submarine’s mission
George Schmoll of Lockport used to hunt submarines from the air. Now, he’s sponsoring the construction of one.
Schmoll, 69, is a member of the USS Illinois Commissioning Committee, a group of volunteers helping to coordinate events surrounding the launching and commissioning of the Illinois, a nuclear submarine now under construction on the East Coast.
While the City is preparing for the holiday season, this local family is grappling with a terrible loss.
Colleen Roberts, of Lockport, lost her husband, Brett, while he was working at Exelon's LaSalle Generating Station near Marseilles Nov. 12.
“This is devastating and absolutely heartbreaking,” said Kit Evans, Colleen’s sister. “It was just so unexpected. Brett was just 37 years old and one of the best human beings I’ve ever known.”