Candidates for Will County Board District 9 sought to express their views and interests this week.
A look into the natural history of some of Illinois’ nocturnal birds and the importance and challenges of population trend monitoring.
With early voting started this week, what impact will it have on one candidate who is working to recover the trust of some voters?
The Center for Disability Services will host their 23rd annual Chef's Tasting Party on March 4 in Bolingbrook.
New system for trucks will help motorists navigate roadways.
Joliet Mayor Bob O’Dekirk proposed taking a more active role in dispelling rumors that the city has any back room deal struck with the developer of a massive warehouse project in Elwood.
Despite there being another month to go before the March 20 primary election, voters in Will County can now start casting their ballots.
This week, the City of Joliet held the first of two public meetings before the city council is expected to approve a plan for a revamp of an existing TIF district and the creation of another.
Area job seekers are invited to attend a weekly job fair from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Workforce Center of Will County.
Tuesday, February 20 is the last day to register by mail or in person and Sunday, March 4 is the last day to register on-line.
The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic will celebrate its 30th Anniversary in 2018 with a gala on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
Find out what's happening with programs at the Forest Preserve of Will County.
Public urged to voice support.
The week of February 19, 2018, will have regularly scheduled garbage and recycling pick-up. The Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, February 19, 2018, will not affect Waste Management’s schedule.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow received a $50,000 contribution from a generous anonymous donor that has led to the formation of a not-for-profit organization that will supplement services, training, and equipment for Will County’s Problem Solving Courts, which are ...