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Voters in Braidwood will soon have the opportunity to meet with local city candidates running in April's municipal elections. [Read More]
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Mayor Bob O'Dekirk will deliver his annual State of the City address two days in a row next week. [Read More]
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There is no need to close the Interstate 80 bridges over the Des Plaines River, but a $5 million repair job will start in April,... [Read More]
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Thousands of cards come for Sunny Hill Nursing Home resident... [Read More]
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Repairs planned for spring for bridge crossing Des Plaines River... [Read More]
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Economic difficulties have led Exelon Generation to suggest it might close several Illinois nuclear power plants, including those in Dresden and Braidwood. [Read More]
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There still are some events related to Black History Month scheduled at the University of St. Francis in Joliet and the White Oak Library in... [Read More]
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'We don't have a place in town for 150,000 people'... [Read More]
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Metra will offer free rides this weekend, for the first time in its history, in an effort to boost weekend ridership and give its riders... [Read More]
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Instant replay in the state football playoffs? [Read More]
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The city would provide more than $1 million in incentives to attract a supermarket to a former Certified Warehouse Foods store, according to terms that... [Read More]
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Longtime friend of shooting victim describes him as kind, caring, smart... [Read More]
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University has many off-campus, commuter students... [Read More]
Candidate in Will County Board race comes out strong against project... [Read More]
When my daughter Kate tromped through the door with the grand-twins Tuesday, I was preoccupied with something important. [Read More]
When a team had only allowed one touchdown through four games, it doesn't help to commit some big turnovers and have poor field position against... [Read More]
Tags: Prep - Wolves - Cougars
Joliet will designate a section of Eastern Avenue in honor of local civil rights advocate Margaret D. Graves. [Read More]
When a team had only allowed one touchdown through four games, it doesn't hep to commit some big turnovers and have poor field position throughout... [Read More]
Deputy Gov. Leslie Munger, a Joliet native, will take on a second role as acting director of the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity. [Read More]
An 1851 limestone building may be relocated or demolished to make room for a gas station. [Read More]
Tags: gas - station - building
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