Romeoville’s American Legion Post 52, has started a new Queen of Hearts drawing.
The newest addition to the Heritage Corridor Metra Line is now open in Romeoville following a ribbon cutting last week.
The Romeoville based Metal Monkey Brewery capped off quite a first year, winning Romeoville’s 2016 Business of the Year. Now with year two in the books, they’ll be throwing a big party to celebrate and thank the community for their ...
Malibu Bay Park, located on Princeton Ave & Sunset Point, is getting closer to its overhaul. Built in 1999, renovations are needed on the 19 year old playground to bring it up to standards.
The White Oak Library in conjunction with the 2018 Great Read community literacy program will honor Dr. King’s life and legacy with a series of programs and special events in February.
Heritage Corridor trains to begin service at new station.
The Village of Romeoville was notified Thursday that the 460 S. Weber Rd. location is one of the stores slated to close at the end of January across the state.
The White Oak Library District will present “Books and Beer Book Discussion” at its Romeoville Branch Library in February.
Cathy Davis was recently recognized for her service to the former Tri-County SRA.
The Culver’s in Romeoville is owned by the husband-wife team of Ron and Debbie Dalrymple. Together, they’ve been running an award winning restaurant and have been recognized for their excellence by Culver’s for the past five years.
Romeoville Mayor Noak, along with State Senator Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant, raised Illinois’ bicentennial flag at village hall this week.
White Oak Library District is already making plans for 2018 with two programs set for January.
Did you know Romeoville is home to a fully functioning radio station? The next time you’re driving around town, tune your radio to 88.1 FM.
On Wednesday, the Village Board reviewed a concept that would add a new office building in the Windham Lakes Business Park.
Romeoville continues to implement enhanced safety measures throughout the community. The most recent initiative is the installation of cameras in 12 of the larger community parks.