Get ready for playoff basketball!
Romeoville Mayor John Noak presented the Annual Romeoville State of the Village Address last week.
Classrooms throughout Valley View School District 365U will once again join school districts across the world in celebrating Digital Learning Day, a Feb. 23 event that promotes the use of digital devices, educational software, mobile apps and online resources in ...
Romeoville shoppers will get a bigger Aldi once renovations are completed on a planned expansion at the stories Weber Road location.
See what’s happening this month at The White Oak Library Crest Hill branch, located at 20670 Len Kubinski Drive, Crest Hill, IL 60403. (The Crest Hill Branch is located just north of the Menards on Weber Road.)
Park and admission are free so you really have no excuse not to attend the Romeoville sports cards and collectibles show this Saturday from 9-3.
Following the retirement of Trustee Sue Micklevitz in November the Village of Romeoville has named a local business owner as her successor.
Romeoville High School’s Varsity won the Southwest Prairie Conference Scholastic Bowl championship over the weekend. Team members who competed include Carmen Awin-Ongya, Kyle Eichorst, Michael Gutierrez, Elizabeth Hermosillo, Lucas Hopper, Morgan Kincade, Dionara Osmani, Adriana Trejo, Sorie Yillah, Mariela Medina, ...
The Romeoville Spartans (11-7) reached six wins in a row on Saturday night with a 51-45 victory over St. Ignatius.
Check out this weekend's local boy's basketball schedule.
The brewer will mark its first year in business with a new bottled beer and some live music.
Bolingbrook High School finished third at Saturday’s Owego East boys bowling regional to advance to next weekend’s sectional at Town and Country Lanes in Joliet. Romeoville High School’s Jacob Hubbs also advanced.
Romeoville High School finished 4th in the Large Varsity Division at Saturday’s Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association state finals. The team is coached by Kristin Kinder.
The Romeoville Area Historical Society received approval from the Village Board to convert an existing single family residence at 14 Belmont Drive into their new museum and office. The Historical Society is under contract to purchase the vacant property, which ...