Quantcast

Joliet

Subscribe

JJC's Spring Open House

Discover JJC is an open house for all prospective students. Representatives from campus departments will provide information on how to get started at JJC, work through the financial aid process and learn about the college's many scholarships.

Warehouse development, I-80 bridge concerns pressing issues for Joliet

Warehouse development and the condition of the Interstate 80 bridge are among the concerns with Joliet City Council. Both topics surfaced after Mayor Bob O’Dekirk issued a statement that spoke of an inspection report regarding the I-80 bridge and its ...

JTHS cyborgs unveiled 2019 FIRST competition robot

The Joliet Township High School Cyborgs Robotics Team unveiled its newest robot during the 7th Annual Community Exhibition on Thursday, February 21 in the JTHS Administrative Center. The team is mentored by JTHS teachers Mr. Abel Farias, Mr. Michael Zwartz, ...

Will County Clerk expand Early Voting options

Joliet - Will County Clerk Lauren Staley Ferry announces expanded Early Voting options that will make it more convenient for citizens to cast ballots in the April 2 Consolidated Election. The County Clerk is pleased to announce that Shorewood Village ...

JTHS students attend JJC’s 9th annual Black Teen Summit

There were about 60 Joliet Township High School students who recently attended Joliet Junior College's 9th Annual Black Teen Summit, celebrating this year’s theme of “#NoFear”. They attended with Central and West teachers Mr. Crim, Mr. Coatney, Ms. Mallouh, Mrs. ...

Opposition mounts for incentive deal OK’d for new grocery store

The city of Joliet will be welcoming a new grocery to its east side. At Tuesday’s meeting, the Joliet City Council approved a pair of measures authorizing the execution of sales tax rebate and property tax abatement agreements with Supermercados ...

Slammers seeking host families for 2019

The Joliet Slammers are seeking local families, couples, and individuals willing to open their homes to host a Slammers player or players during the 2019 season. The host family program is vital to the success of the team and offers ...

JTHS Special Olympics Basketball Team headed to 2019 State Tournament

Joliet Township High School's Special Olympics Basketball "Gold" Team will compete in the Illinois Special Olympics State Tournament in March, representing Region E, while pursuing their second straight State Title. To qualify for State, the JTHS Special Olympics Team competed ...

Joliet students compete at Dist. 86 STEM extravaganza

Eighty junior high students from Dirksen, Gompers, Hufford, and Washington Junior High were invited to compete in the Joliet Public Schools District 86 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Extravaganza. The following students received a gold medal at the event. In ...

Joliet Mayor O'Dekirk comments regarding the Desplaines River I-80 Bridge

Following the disclosure by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) that the latest inspection of the Interstate Highway 80 bridge spanning the DesPlaines River has serious structural weaknesses, I have instructed Joliet public safety officials to begin coordinating with the ...

JTHS Alumni Spotlight Private Celebrity Chef & Lifestyle Coach: Aaron Sain, Joliet Central H.S. Class of 1998

Career & Education At-A-Glance * Joliet Junior College - Culinary Arts * Substation Operator - ComEd * Owner - Insainly Fit Meals * Private/Celebrity Chef * Lifestyle Coach Joliet Central High School Alumni Aaron Sain is using his talents in ...

Students celebrate 100th day

Students throughout Joliet Public Schools District 86 celebrated the 10th day of school with special activities that focused on the number 100.

JCHS Girls Bowling team head to 2019 State Competition

The Joliet Central High School Girls Bowling Team will compete in the IHSA State Competition at The Cherry Bowl in Rockford, IL this weekend. They advanced to state after finishing 2nd in the sectional after shooting a new team high ...

Incentive deal in talks for new grocery store on Joliet’s east side

The city of Joliet is getting closer to filling a need for a grocery store on its east side to help address an area that officials said is classified as a food desert. In a unanimous decision, the Joliet Economic ...

Local “Silent Heroes” Making History

As The Times Weekly honors and celebrates Black History Month, we pause to take note of the many "Silent Heroes" among us who add greatly to the quality of life in our community. These are the unsung heroes whose name ...