Blotter: predatory criminal sexual assault and more

Local arrests made in Joliet.

Elder Brewing Co. now open

It could be standing room only when Elder Brewing Co. opens its doors to the public this Friday at noon.

Blotter: aggravated criminal sexual abuse, felony posession of a weapon and more

Local arrests made around the County of Will.

Bolingbrook Deputy Mayor dedicated his life to serving

Deputy Bolingbrook Mayor and Valley View Schools Safety Coordinator Leroy Brown passed away on Oct. 31 following complications from heart surgery.

Blotter: unlawful posession of a weapon by a gang member and more

Local arrests made in Joliet.

City approves re-development of former Catholic Charities building

The City of Joliet has approved a re-development agreement for the former Catholic Charities building at 201 N. Ottawa St.

Romeoville Metra Station parking details released

Construction continues on the Romeoville Metra stop and the Village’s portion of the work is anticipated to be completed by Thanksgiving. Following that, Metra will be working with Canadian National to complete the platform and pedestrian crossing. Metra is expected ...

Will County Dreamers waiting for congress to act

In 2012, former President Barack Obama signed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival executive order, which offered a reprieve from the threat of deportation to about 1.8 million immigrants living in the U.S.

Joliet mayor wants to revisit Crest Hill agreement

In October, the Joliet City Council denied the approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Crest Hill for a road improvement project at the intersection of Gaylord Road and Division Street.

Plainfield plows ahead with snow contracts for winter

Though measurable or any snow has yet to fall on the ground, the Village of Plainfield is already preparing for the upcoming months when messy and icy road conditions will become part of the everyday norm.

Rauner touts Will County logistics jobs

When it’s fully built out in 20 years, the RidgePort Logistics Center in Will County could employ just under 13,000 people on a campus of warehouse spaces covering up to 30 million square feet.

In Our Own Backyard:The Artist’s Way

“Art isn’t just a way for me to express my creativity,” says Antonia “Toni” Ruppert. “It’s a way to connect and engage with the community.”

Wayne's Words: Salute to All Veterans

Veterans Day honors past and present veterans who served honorably during war or peacetime in the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, or Coast Guard and includes Reserve and National Guard veterans.

Slammers Stadium renamed

The stadium formerly known as Silver Cross Field will be renamed after its Route 66-adjacent roots at a future date.

Parking payment options expanding in Joliet

You won't have to dig through the couch for change in order to pay for parking in downtown Joliet.