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Joliet’s Gallery Seven hosts Cornerstone Artist

Gallery Seven, 116 N. Chicago St. Joliet, is exhibiting the work of four artists from the Cornerstone Lotus Art Studio.

AABA meeting tonight in Shorewood

AABA, the African American Business Association, will hold its monthly Business After Hours event tonight, Tuesday, September 19 from 5-7 p.m. in Shorewood.

NASCAR Project

An exciting weekend for Joliet Central High School Graduate ('17) Andrew Gabl whose artwork was displayed at Chicagoland Speedway for NASCAR weekend. The artwork was created as part of the JTHS Photo Ops partnership last school year with Chicagoland Speedway.

Parents, community invited to chat with Joliet District 86 Superintendent

Community members are invited to visit with Joliet Public Schools District 86 Superintendent Dr. Theresa Rouse at the first Superintendent Chat scheduled this school year. The event will take place on Monday, October 2, 2017 at the Hartman Recreation Center ...

Joliet’s first microbrewery open for business

Like many entrepreneurs lured to the business of micro brewing, Vince Turrise first got his start as a home brewer whipping up batches of beer on the weekends with friends.

Cheesecakes by James opens second Joliet location

Cheesecakes by James is offering its signature tastes at a second location at the Louis Joliet Mall.

Tickets for Joliet Central and West homecoming games

Joliet Central and West High Schools will celebrate homecoming with parades and football this month. Homecoming celebrations for Joliet Central High School will begin Saturday, September 23 with a Homecoming parade starting at 9:30 am. The parade route will follow: ...

Park district opens 90-day comment for Oak Valley park renaming

The public will have 3 months to weigh in on whether or not the Joliet Park District should re-name a park after a deceased Joliet toddler.

Study recommends $65 million in building upgrades, repairs

A recent study recommends that Joliet invest about $65 million in its facilities around the city. CDM Smith, a Chicago-based consulting firm, unveiled the findings of its study this week, which looked at 66 city-owned buildings at 55 different sites. ...

Take Back The Night fundraiser

Joliet - On September 8th from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Chicago Street Bar & Grill in Joliet, the Will County Circuit Clerk will have it’s Take Back The Night fundraiser. Over the past nine years, the Will County Circuit ...

City renews Slammers Stadium lease, approves new turf contracts

On the same night that it approved a new one-year contract for the Joliet Slammers baseball team to operate its city-owned field, Joliet official also approved a first round of contracts for new artificial turf upgrades at the downtown ballpark.

Housing expo this Saturday in Joliet

Hundreds of prospective homeowners are expected to attend this year’s Joliet Housing Expo which will take place Saturday from 9 to noon at Bicentennial Park, 201 W. Jefferson St.

Residents have 90 days to comment on park renaming plan

The Justice for Sema'j Action Committee is petitioning the Joliet Park District board to rename one of its parks after the deceased Joliet toddler.

Boys & Girls Club renovation a tribute to former board president

When it opens in early fall, the newly renovated third floor of the Boys & Girls Club in Joliet will be dedicated to a long-serving board president who passed away last year.

Joliet collecting donations for Houston residents

The City of Joliet will begin accepting donations today for the people of Houston, Texas impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

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