Plainfield passes balanced 2018- 2019 budget

Just like a household must have enough funds to pay for everyday expenses, the Village of Plainfield also must plan out its budget for the upcoming fiscal year so residents can continue receiving services they expect.

Wayne's Words: Privatization not the answer for VA

One of the best ways to express patriotism in the U.S.A. is to show how much veterans are appreciated.

Mayor calls out Jackson Township officials

Joliet’s Mayor Bob O’Dekirk Tuesday night had heard enough criticism from two Jackson Township officials who levied blame at the city council for safety concerns stemming from truck traffic headed to warehouse sites near Elwood.

Barred Joliet business owner receives approval

An automotive customization business made another appeal to the Joliet City Council this week to open in a new location on W. Jefferson Street.

Will County job fair set for April 4

Area job seekers are invited to attend a weekly job fair from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, at the Workforce Center of Will County.

IDPH issues warning about synthetic cannabinoids

6 cases of severe bleeding report using synthetic cannabinoids The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is warning people about the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids, often called fake weed, K2, and spice, after six people who used synthetic cannabinoids suffered ...

Meet former Chicago Cubs Pitcher, Kerry Wood

Inwood Athletic Club 3000 West Jefferson Street, Joliet ATI Physical Therapy, Official Physical Therapy Provider of the Chicago Cubs, invites fans of all ages to meet alumni player Kerry Wood at ATI’s Joliet Inwood Athletic Club location. The meet and ...

Lockport invites public to join city project

The Lockport Poetry Project will begin with a free poetry writing workshop at the White Oak Library Lockport Branch on April 14, 2018 at 11am. Project organizer Sam Love will offer a brief overview of the project and lead in ...

Joliet kicks off spring with citywide beautification

Joliet will participate in a citywide beautification survey this spring that is sponsored by the nonprofit organization America in Bloom. Residents can take part in the program by filling out a survey that asks them to evaluate 7 criteria areas ...

Shorewood mayor delivers State of the Village

Mayor Rick Chapman delivered his State of the Village Address Tuesday, March 27, in front of a crowd of business professionals, elected officials and Village staff members.

Troy Township Town Meeting

Troy Township, Shorewood - Troy Township Clerk Kristin Cross wishes to invite all Troy Township residents to the Township's Annual Town Meeting. The Annual Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at the Troy ...

Vote by Mail, valid Provisional Ballots counted April 3

County Clerk will have teams of election judges (Republican and Democrat) process any vote by mail ballots that were postmarked by midnight on Election Day and any valid provisional ballots on April 3 for the March 20, 2018 General Primary ...

County awarded emergency food and shelter funds

Will County has been chosen to receive $364,633 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The selection was made by the National Board that is chaired by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency and ...

Revenue launches Statewide Electronic Lien Registry

Individuals looking for tax liens filed by the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) now have a searchable database at their disposal. A new online Statewide Tax Lien Registry (Lien Registry) provides a single-source to locate all active liens and releases ...

Petition pick up for the November 6, General Election

Will County Clerk Nancy Schultz Voots wants to remind individuals interested in running as an independent, new party or sanitary district trustee candidate in the General Election on November 6, 2018 about petition packet availability. Petition packets are available for ...