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The new gas station will be built on an outlot in front of the Walmart store and the new Mexican fast-food restaurant located less than a half a block north at Theodore Street.
Johnny Cura, of Romeoville, was charged with three counts of child pornography in a case that remains under investigation, according to the Will County State's Attorney's Office.
Tickets for the alternative hard rock band's show range from $30 to $70.
TheBestSchools.org ranked Lewis University in Romeoville No. 31 on its top 50 list; only one other Illinois school made the grade.
Registration is under way for the July 26 event, which will be held at Woodruff Golf Course in Joliet.
The three-day extravaganza is the Joliet Park District's annual summer kickoff.
No shortage of events in our area -- you could attend one or more a day for the next two-plus weeks.
All things "fairy" will be celebrated Saturday at Pilcher Park's annual "Fairy Festival" and, if you're lucky, the kids might just learn something about nature while they're there, organizers said.
Tickets for the Nov. 1 show go on sale May 9 at the Joliet theater, online and through Ticketmaster.
The deadline to file a bid to purchase the station at 143rd Street and Bell Road is Sept. 29.
Timothy Koch, who pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in April, was exchanging sexual photos with the teenage girl before the pair met in person Thursday, Joliet police said.
Local police say most victims don't realize someone's filed tax forms under their names until they file their own returns returns and the IRS rejects them.
The worst offender from our area is Elite Cartage and Intermodal, of Bolingbrook, which has accrued nearly $260,000 in tolls and fines.
The suspects are believed to have robbed stores in Crest Hill, Lockport and Bolingbrook before being nabbed, police said.
Arrests made by the Joliet and Bolingbrook police departments and other law enforcement agencies.
The new Will County Forest Preserve District facility will feature three sections, one of which will be for only for small dogs.
The event will feature 25 vendors, goody bags and raffles, and attendees are asked to bring donations of food, toys, treats and other items for TLC Animal Shelter, Big Dogs Animal Rescue and Dog House Humane Group.
The special deal through the Joliet Park District is available through May 30, the day before the water park opens for the season.
The partial completion of a new no-kill animal shelter in Joliet will be celebrated Sept. 27 with an open house featuring door prizes, raffles and dogs available for adoption.
Improvements this year include a better sound system and more shade centers, Joliet Park District Director Dominick Egizio said.