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Workforce Center of Will County hosting job fair Mar. 1

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 1, at the Workforce Center of ...

Times Weekly police blotter for Feb. 27, 2017

Local arrests made by Joliet and Plainfield police.

Times Weekly police blotter for Feb. 24, 2017

Local arrests made in Will County and Romeoville.

Workforce Services of Will County releases March workshop schedule

The Workforce Center of Will County March schedule, which includes workshops offered by the Workforce Services Division of Will County, Illinois Department of Employment Security and Joliet Junior College, has been released.

Times Weekly police blotter for Feb. 23, 2017

Local arrests made in Joliet.

Hundreds attend Open House at Bolingbrook Mosque

Hundreds attended an open house event at the Masjid Al-Jumu’ah in Bolingbrook hosted by the Muslim Association of Bolingbrook to learn about Islam.

Joliet plans city hall display for flags of fallen soldiers

Joliet officials continue to work toward illuminating each of the 9 flag pavilions around the city.

Joliet special census count now official

Joliet’s special census will net the city an additional $961,380 over the next five years said city manager Jim Hock this week.

State of the city: Lockport getting in to shape

During his state of the city address this week, Lockport Mayor Steve Streit said that the town is getting back in to shape with construction, development, and infrastructure improvements on the rise.

Joliet approves contract with AFSCME

Joliet has approved a 4-year contract with the AFSCME local 440 union that represents many of its city employees.

County approves intergovernmental agreements for animal control, electronics recycling

The Will County Board has approved intergovernmental agreements that will ensure electronics recycling and animal control coverage continue in 2017.

Will County receives grants for freight mobility study, opioid abuse prevention

Will County will receive $750,000 in grant funds from the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) for a study that will help map out the future of freight movement.

Walsh urging IDOT to install warning signs on I-80

To help ease local motorists' commutes and improve roadway safety, state Rep. Larry Walsh Jr., D-Joliet, is sponsoring legislation urging the Illinois Department of Transportation to erect signs warning drivers of upcoming congestion on Interstate 80.

Will-Grundy Medical Clinic fundraiser

The Will-Grundy Medical Clinic will host its 29th annual fundraiser dinner on March 8 at the Patrick C. Haley Mansion in Joliet, 17. S. Center St. Theme for the night is “Diamonds & Denim” and attendees are encouraged to pair ...

Black History: Frederick Mckinley Jones – Inventor of Refrigerated Cooling Systems

The next time you see a long-haul truck carrying food items on the highway or spot a refrigerated railroad car on the tracks, think of the name Frederick McKinley Jones (1893-1961), one of the most prolific inventors of his time, ...

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