Join State Senator Pat McGuire, State Rep. John Connor and Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza for a free seminar on how to keep your identity safe over the holidays.
White Oak Library District is already making plans for 2018 with two programs set for January.
Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in September, Crest Hill resident Tasha Pitchford and her family made a donation to the relief efforts through her church in Bolingbrook. But that wasn’t enough and the Crest Hill ...
The 5K Jingle Bell Walk-a-thon will take place on December 9 in Lockport.
In October, the Joliet City Council denied the approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Crest Hill for a road improvement project at the intersection of Gaylord Road and Division Street.
The City of Joliet has denied approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Crest Hill for intersection improvements at Gaylord Road and Division Street.
The upcoming White Oak Author Fest is designed to showcase local authors while providing new opportunities for residents to interact with each other and the library.
Inspired to pitch in to help the residents of Houston, Texas following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, 10-year-old Danica Ward of Crest Hill grabbed her wagon and headed out.
Calling all history buffs and dog lovers—it’s time to head to the library. The White Oak Library District Crest Hill Branch will be hosting two exciting new events this week.
State Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant (Shorewood) will be hosting a coffee and conversation this week in Crest Hill.
Mark your calendars for these events being held at various branches of the White Oak Library district in August and September.
Crest Hill joins the growing ranks of Will County towns that will have an Amazon.com fulfillment center in their community.
See what’s happening this month at The White Oak Library Crest Hill branch, located at 20670 Len Kubinski Drive, Crest Hill, IL 60403. (The Crest Hill Branch is located just north of the Menards on Weber Road.)
April 22 is Earth Day and the White Oak Library is hosting an event to help honor the day and clean up the environment.
Have questions about how the Library works or our upcoming referendum? Director Scott Pointon will be happy to provide answers. Come out and enjoy coffee, donuts and conversation.