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Audubon hosting environmental program

The program will be presented by Denis Kania, who is currently the Natural Areas Manager for the St. Charles Park District.

Area legislators honoring local veterans

A Veterans appreciation breakfast will be hosted in Joliet this Saturday at the the Stone City VFW Post.

LIHEAP energy assistance

Beginning November 1, 2017, Will County Center for Community Concerns (WCCCC) began accepting applications from income eligible households whose gas and/or Electric service is disconnected or under imminent threat of disconnection (i.e. disconnection notice has to be within 7 days ...

City approves re-development of former Catholic Charities building

The City of Joliet has approved a re-development agreement for the former Catholic Charities building at 201 N. Ottawa St.

Will County Dreamers waiting for congress to act

In 2012, former President Barack Obama signed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival executive order, which offered a reprieve from the threat of deportation to about 1.8 million immigrants living in the U.S.

Joliet mayor wants to revisit Crest Hill agreement

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.

Slammers Stadium renamed

The stadium formerly known as Silver Cross Field will be renamed after its Route 66-adjacent roots at a future date.

Parking payment options expanding in Joliet

You won't have to dig through the couch for change in order to pay for parking in downtown Joliet.

Forest Preserve police raise funds for Special Olympics

Forest Preserve District of Will County police officers Steve Kirsch and Darrell Mayle recently raised $1,000 for Special Olympics during a Tip-A-Cop event.

Forest Preserve District News Briefs

Find out the latest goings on in the Forest Preserve District of Will County.

Board member represents County at National Conference

Upcoming federal legislation, strategies to combat homelessness and the opioid crisis, and experience management were hot topics at a national conference for county officials in October.

Joliet’s Gallery Seven holding 'thanks for the memories' sale

The sale of art by its ten members will run November 3rd to the 30th, with up to 50% off their work.

Joliet resident wins Illinois Lottery

Joliet resident Jorge Arias scratched a Crossword ticket and instantly won a top prize of $75,000.

Fort Erie Elks Lodge supports children, families in need

The journey of a young man was shared following his recent acceptance of a scholarship to attend a four-year university.

Water’s Edge opens new housing in Joliet

The City of Joliet has some new lease-to-own housing options available on its east side.