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A Democrat challenging U.S. Rep. Bill Foster has raised more from individual donors, but the incumbent has taken in more overall
The three Republicans hoping to represent Illinois’ 11th District in Congress debated immigration, reproductive rights and other issues facing the nation Tuesday night in an online forum.
Incumbent Foster takes on Rashid at a sometimes disruptive event at Nichols Library
The list of candidates for next year’s elections began to take shape this week. On the ballot next year are countywide offices, two county-level judicial vacancies and seats on the McHenry County Board and in the Illinois House and Congress.
The last day of petition filing for Illinois’ March 2024 primary election has seen two hopefuls added to the list of congressional candidates seeking to serve the North, West or Northwest suburbs.
The first day of candidate filing for Illinois’ March 2024 primary election revealed potential interparty contests in five suburban congressional districts.
Lemont’s Halloween Hoedown offers numerous activities
VNA Health Care held the grand opening of its Joliet clinic Tuesday with elected officials.
Newton football gets into win column after road win over rival Mustangs
U.S. Rep. Bill Foster, who represents much of McHenry County, talked climate change and political division with his constituents Sunday during a town hall in Crystal Lake.
U.S. Rep. Bill Foster announced his 2024 reelection campaign for the 11th District, seeking an eighth term in Congress, according to a news release.
Congressman Bill Foster led eight of his Democratic colleagues in introducing a resolution that calls on the Secretary of Defense to authorize beneficiaries of the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act to join the armed services.
The Forest Preserve District of Will County received a check for $1.1 million on Friday, June 2 that will pave the way for a new trail linking the district’s longest path with Route 66 in Joliet Township.
A Midway International Airport worker. A doctor who assists women with abortions. The head of a service for homeless individuals. All three are among guests invited by members of Illinois’ congressional delegation to attend President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address.
Personnel items that were approved on Dec. 14 during a board of education meeting.