Columns by Bob Okon
Joe Turk says there were fireworks before Memorial Stadium, and Jefferson Street was a mess back then.
The Joliet project to bring Lake Michigan water to the city and surrounding communities is getting notice.
COVID-19 relief money is needed by some but not by all.
The Link family tells of days of ice skating and camping out at the old homestead on Route 6: 'It was like paradise.'
The city of Joliet and state of Illinois continue to negotiate a lease, or maybe change of ownership, for the Old Joliet Prison.
Rialto improvements, downtown development, I-80 upgrades and even an Olive Garden restaurant are becoming reality.
Joliet and Elwood have been at odds over the NorthPoint issue since 2018.
Court battles may tie up NorthPoint, but should they freeze out everyone else?
Mayor Bob O'Dekirk says financial numbers for the city are the best in at least 10 years.
William Evans, who will be sworn in Tuesday as police chief, confirmed that he has a personal relationship with Tamara Cummings, general counsel for the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council.
Name of appointee kept off of Joliet City Council agenda before the vote.
Council agenda does say who the mayor has in mind, but he made attorney Sean P. Connolly, the lawyer who produced missing video report in Eric Lurry case, a special inspector general last year.
The welcome mat sometimes is rolled back for tax-exempt social agencies and even the Diocese of Joliet.
Let's take a look at some of the things the city did not get done in 2021. Will they do it in 2022?
Joliet created an inspector general role in 2016 that has been handled in staff. Now an outside firm will be hired. But who and how?