The annual Shorewood Crossroads Festival is set for Aug. 4 through Aug. 6 at Cene's Four Seasons Park, 25520 W. Seil Road, in Shorewood.
The Troy Township will co-host the 2nd part of the "Smart & Savvy Women" series geared towards women called "Women & Girls Self-Defense". Gather your girlfriends and family and attend this informative and helpful seminar for women and girls.
July 19th is National Hot Dog Day ™ and Portillos will be selling them for just a buck all day long with purchase of a regular menu item.
For the sixth year, organizer of Shorewood's Crossroads Fest will be providing a free pre-party for families with special needs.
Shorewood--Area families have until July 15 to enter their baby's photo in the 2017 Crossroads Festival Baby Contest. The contest is held in conjunction with the annual Shorewood Crossroads Festival Aug. 4-6 at Cene's Four Seasons Park. To be eligible ...
This year’s sponsor is the Goddard School.
Crossroads Fest 2017
The craft beer brewing boom continues in Will County with the recent approval of a liquor license for a new microbrewery in the Village of Shorewood.
The Shorewood Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking participants for its 6th Annual Craft and Vendor Show 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday Aug. 5.
Troy Community School District 30-C will host "Coffee with the Superintendent" on Thursday, May 11, 9-10 a.m. at the District Office, 5800 W. Theodore Street, Door 10, behind Troy Middle School.
Shorewood Mayor Rick Chapman apologized to the village board on Tuesday night for what some perceived as improper use of village gasoline.
The annual event benefits the Forest Preserve's K-9 officer.
Shorewood's village president has been accused of using gas meant for village-owned vehicles in his own personal car over the few years.
Troy Township, Shorewood - Troy Township will host a "Wills and Living Trusts" presentation by Elder Law Attorney, Jerome J. Goergen, P.C. on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at 6:00 p.m.
Two Troy Middle School students will be advancing to the 2017 MathCON Midwest Regional Finals in April, and four were named alternates, after excelling in the MathCON preliminary assessments in March.