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Michelle M. Stiff: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Michelle Stiff is running for Joliet City Council in April.

R. Dale Evans: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

R. Dale Evans is running for Joliet City Council.

Brooke Hernandez Brewer: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Brooke Hernandez Brewer is a candidate for at-large council seat in Joliet.

Larry W Crawford, Sr.: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Larry Crawford is running for 1 of 3 open, at-large council seats in Joliet.

Jan Quillman: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Jan Quillman is running for Joliet City Council on April 4.

Dianne Harris: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Dianne Harris is running for an open, at-large city council seat in Joliet in April.

Don “Duck” Dickinson: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Don "Duck" Dickinson is running for 1 of 3 open, at-large seats on the Joliet City Council.

Alex Rodriguez: Candidate for At-Large Joliet City Council Seat

Alex Rodriguez is one of 15 candidates running for 3 open, at-large city council seats in Joliet.

VenuWorks names new Rialto Theater executive director

The new director will begin in April.

Joliet approves mayoral emergency closure powers

Joliet has approved an amendment that will give the mayor's office the power to temporarily close a business if it is determined to be involved in criminal acts.

New live music venue coming to Joliet

City also hears details of plans to re-open Chicago Street.

Will-Grundy Medical Clinic: a steady, community-supported presence for nearly 30 years

The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic has been serving residents in need of medical and dental services since 1988.

Crowded field of Joliet council candidates reach out to voters

11 of 15 candidates turned out for the second Joliet City council at-large forum hosted by People United for Change.

H.S. Boy’s Basketball: Joliet West and Joliet Central play to wild finish

The crosstown rivals play to a razor-close finish in the sectional semifinal.

‘Reading To Lead’ at Forest Park Center

Terrance Rogers opened the book and turned to the first page. The four small children looked at him, waiting. Rogers began. “At the far end of town where the Grickle-grass grows,” he said, reading the first two lines of “The ...