The Plainfield Fire Protection District is promoting fire safety this holiday season with its annual Red Wreath campaign.
The Salvation Army's Joliet Corp has launched its annual Red Kettle Campaign to collect donations for families in need at the holidays. Hopes to have volunteers outside stores from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. six days per week.
Phase 2 construction of Plainfield's Old Town project began on Nov. 29 with several streets partially or completely closed for new water main installation.
State Senator Meg Loughran Cappel is asking residents for help collecting holiday cards and toys during the holiday season.
Joliet Inspector General Sean Connolly argued in court Wednesday that he has standing to sue Illinois State Police for failing to fully comply with a subpoena he sent for investigation records.
86th District Representative Larry Walsh is celebrating the opening of his new district office in Joliet with an open house Nov. 30.
Longtime Lockport Township trustee and clerk George Mushro passed away at the age of 80 on Nov. 25 at his home in Fort Meyers, Florida, though his legacy in Lockport is still felt today.
Lockport Township High School District 205 officially approved a lease with Lincoln-Way District 210 for the rental of Lincoln-Way North. The agreement is one of the few things the building can be legally used for because of District 210's continuing debt on the facility.
Ahead of Giving Tuesday, Attorney General Kwame Raoul warns Illinois residents to avoid charity scams.
A Lockport home suffered damage after an attic fire Wednesday, authorities said.
The Forest Preserve District of Will County is holding a special Black Friday sale, beginning at noon Wednesday, on its online store for a discount on its "sassy" nature inspired T-shirts. Proceeds benefit The Nature Foundation of Will County,
Joliet police arrested a Shorewood man on five gun charges Wednesday during a traffic stop near Glenwood Avenue and Whittier Avenue, authorities said.
Illinoisans should be vigilant this holiday shopping season to avoid scammers, especially online, warned the Illinois Attorney General’s office ahead of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday.
Lockport Township held a dedication ceremony for a Peace Pole outside its offices on Farrell Road on Nov. 8, joining a network of 250,000 organizations world wide in embracing the symbol to promote peace and non-violence.
District 205's board of education received an updated report on the status of Central Campus' ceilings and is looking into options for risk remediation.