Will County job fair set for March 29

Area job seekers are invited to attend a weekly job fair hosted by the Workforce Services Division of Will County and the Illinois Department of Employment Security from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, at the Workforce Center of ...

White Oak hosting 'Coffee with the Library Director'

Have questions about how the Library works or our upcoming referendum? Director Scott Pointon will be happy to provide answers. Come out and enjoy coffee, donuts and conversation.

Times Weekly police blotter for Mar. 27, 2017

Local arrests made in Joliet.

Local community approves over $70,000 for new trees

Neighborhoods stripped of trees caused by the emerald ash borer infestation the last several years will finally see the green light. The Plainfield Village Board Monday approved the purchase of additional 200 parkway trees from the Suburban Tree Consortium at ...

JTHS Superintendent meets with district parents, community members

Joliet Township High School District 204 JTHS was one of 433 District across the U.S. and Canada that were named to the annual AP District Honor Roll. That was just one of the highlights of the fourth "Community Chat" hosted ...

Certified Warehouse Foods locations set to close

Ken Clymer, President of Certified Warehouse Foods, announced he is closing Joliet store locations on Jackson St. and Richards St., both are located on the south east side of Joliet. He cited a difficulty in being able to compete in ...

Free prom dress giveaway

Serene Hair Design of Bolingbrook is sponsoring a free prom dress giveaway from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 23. The Bolingbrook business is also seeking donations of gently used prom dresses now.

Forest Preserve outlines legislative priorities

State legislators and Forest Preserve District of Will County Board members gather Monday, March 20, for a breakfast meeting to discuss legislative priorities for the Forest Preserve. Pictured from left to right are: State Sen. Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, Forest Preserve Board ...

Unique fashions with a personal touch boutique experience

A professional model known for her fashion sense wants families in the Joliet area to realize they can dress and look good without giving up on personalized service and style. Owner Sandra Moore of Sandy's Unique is celebrating the grand ...

Rep. Lipinski to host 'Senior Fair' in Romeoville

Rep. Dan Lipinski is coming to speak to constituents in Romeoville.

Times Weekly police blotter for Mar. 17, 2017

Local arrests made in Joliet and Romeoville with incident reports from Romeoville.

Council members won’t get paid for chronic absences

Joliet City Council members who habitually miss the city’s twice-monthly public meetings will no longer continue to be paid after notching 5 absences. The city council voted last week to approve the amendment that will stop pay for council members ...

Traynere blazes unexpected path as Bolingbrook mayoral candidate

There’s a story Traynere tells about the first time she engaged in political activism. She was in the fourth grade at what was then Northview elementary, living in Bolingbrook, and her class wrote a letter to the governor asking him ...

Shorewood mayor delivers good news at state of the village

If things had gone differently, Shorewood Mayor Rick Chapman may not have been around to deliver his latest state of the village address. Chapman thanked the “guardian angels” from Troy Fire Protection District who responded to a call to the ...

State jobs report shows upward trend

A recently revised report from the Illinois Department of Employment Security showed that the state gained 2000 jobs in December after showing an initial loss of over 16,000. In addition, a report for January showed the state added another 1,700 ...