Supporters of a law that would restrict the sale of dogs and cats from large scale mill breeders will try again in 2018.
The term Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is often heard but not everyone fully understands the value of the data it collects, analyzes, and interprets.
The roster of acts treading the boards at the Rialto Square Theater in Joliet has grown in the year since management company VenuWorks took over.
The Joliet City Council last week denied a special use permit for a business owner looking to relocate his business on West Jefferson Street.
The Will County Veterans Assistance Commission received a generous donation last Thursday from Cadence Premier Logistics and the Illinois Trucking Association.
State’s Attorney Glasgow met recently with a large contingent of K9 law enforcement officers from throughout the region who had gathered in Joliet to train their dogs and receive veterinary care.
The Illinois gubernatorial general primary election might be two months away, but Will County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots wants Will County residents to know right now how they can register to vote.
The MLK Day holiday will not cause a delay to the garbage pick up schedule in Joliet but will result in free parking at meters and city lots downtown.
A long ago accident led to a community event to help Ronald McDonald House charities and now to its new collector-in-chief winning the 2017 Will County America Recycles Day photo contest.
In a recent study, Where Workers Work, conducted by the Illinois Department of Employment Security, Will County led the state in the percentage of change in the total number of private sector, unemployment insurance-covered jobs, growing by more than 30 ...
Area job seekers are invited to attend a weekly job fair at the Workforce Center of Will County from 1:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 10.
Help choose the top three 2017 Preserve the Moment photo contest pictures by voting now on the Forest Preserve District of Will County’s Facebook page, Facebook.com/WillCoForests.
Online voting for overall winners begins Thursday, Jan. 4.
The Joliet Slammers will host three teen baseball tournaments in the summer of 2018, including two 15U tournaments and a 16U tournament.
A new cost-sharing partnership, approved by the city, will double the bus service travelling from Joliet to the CenterPoint Intermodal facilities in Elwood.