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Bertino-Tarrant hosting Crest Hill community conversation Dec. 14

State Sen. Bertino-Tarrant will be hosting the community forum at the Crest Hill Branch of the White Oak Library District.

Secretary of State offices closed for Labor Day

Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced that all offices and facilities open Monday to Friday will be closed on Monday, September 5th, while facilities open Tuesday to Saturday will be closed Saturday, September 3rd, in observance of Labor Day.

“Grandparents Day Out” set for August 12 at the Crest Hill Branch Library

The event will include ice cream, balloons, crafts and other fun activities for students and their grand parents.

Circuit Clerk launches tax intercept program

In an effort to collect the large amount of unpaid fines and fees owed the court, Circuit Clerk, Pam McGuire initiated a collection program in April 2007. She stated, “We were constantly looking for sources of revenue to lessen the ...

New Voter Cards

All registered voters will be receiving new Voter Identification Cards in late spring. All registered Will County voters will be receiving a new Voter Identification Card by mail at the end of May. By law, the Will County Clerk’s Office ...

Honor your hero: submit loved ones for recognition on Memorial Day Remembrance Wall

The Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs and the Illinois Senate Republican caucus are teaming up to honor and remember the sacrifice of the brave servicemen and servicewomen who have passed away. The public is encouraged to submit a photograph and ...

ComEd provides $10 million for families, veterans, seniors

ComEd provides $10 million for families, veterans, seniors thetimesweekly.com ComEd announced it has dedicated $10 million in assistance funds again for the fifth consecutive year to help customers facing financial hardships and potential disconnection. These dollars are part of a ...

As tax filing deadline nears, CEP nets families $23M in refunds

thetimesweekly.com Center for Economic Progress is offering free tax preparation services in Joliet and across Illinois through April 18 to help ensure residents get every dollar back As this year’s tax season rapidly comes to a close, Illinois families are ...

Ask a Lawyer Day

In conjunction with the Illinois State Bar Association, the Will County Bar Association will be participating in the annual Ask a Lawyer Day. This is an opportunity for the public to call and ask general legal questions of Will County ...

Real Estate Property Tax Bills to Mail May 2, 2016

Joliet, IL - The Will County Collector will mail real estate property tax bills on Monday, May 2, 2016. These bills are for taxes owed in 2015. The First Installment must be paid by June 1, 2016 with the Second ...

Will County Center for Economic Development Economic Report on Health Care

Ever since the lions' share of provisions went into effect with ObamaCare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), there's been more confusion and misunderstanding about the changes in the health care system than any other single change under ...

March 15, 2016 General Primary Election Thank You

Nancy Schultz Voots, Will County Clerk, would like to thank voters for their patience at their polling places on Election Day. Lines were longer due to the enactment of Senate Bill 172, passed in June 2015 by the Illinois State ...

Amazon adding 500 more local jobs

In a presentation at Joliet Junior College’s Veteran’s Resource Center, officials from Amazon.com announced that they would be hiring another 500 full-time jobs at their Joliet fulfillment center, 401 E Laraway Rd. The new positions at the Amazon facility will ...

Manley hosts discussion on state issues

To help area residents understand the impact the lack of a state budget is having on community services and what she is doing to protect them, state Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, will be hosting her Retiree Advisory Committee on Monday, ...

Will voters turn out for the primary?

With the March 15 primary election next Tuesday, Will County voters who haven’t voted early will head to the polls on Tuesday to vote for candidates that will run in the November Presidential race along with those representatives who will ...

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