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If you told Peotone High School senior Mark Jones II four years ago that he would be excited about FFA, he probably would have laughed at you.
Joliet Junior College has received a grant from State of Illinois meant to improve its automotive technology program to address the growing demand for electric and hybrid vehicle maintenance and will soon offer a degree in the subject.
The Zonta Club of the Joliet Area film festival will include appetizers, cash bar, live entertainment, dinner, curated short films and a discussion.
Brenda Wood opens the business she's wanted for 20 years with The Sewing Cafe in Joliet.
The Trackman Planetarium at Joliet Junior College offers a full schedule of programs throughout January. Free events are held Tuesday and Thursday evenings.Planetarium shows include
Javier Reyes, instructor in the culinary arts department at Joliet Junior College, has served as a Butterball Turkey Talk-Line expert since 2021. He's also involved in the #FindYourTable endeavor which helps connect people for “Friendsgiving” over this Thanksgiving holiday,
Joliet Junior College's office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion has expanded its programming this November to commemorate Native American Heritage month and legacy issues. Activists say the school is making good progress on these matters.
Gov. JB Pritzker joined Will County leaders on Wednesday at Joliet Junior College to remark on the latest developments that have taken place with the ongoing $1.3 billion revitalization of I-80. The project is part of the Rebuild Illinois capital program
Joliet Junior College commemorated the 30th anniversary of its Romeoville campus this week with an open house featuring trick-or-treating for local families.
The celebration at Joliet Junior College's Romeoville campus will include information about services and programs at the Romeoville campus.
Use our guide to plan your portion sampling at Will County's 13th Men Who Cook fundraiser.
All proceeds from “Men Who Cook” benefit the Will County Children’s Advocacy Center. Will County State’s Attorney James W. Glasgow established the center in 1995.
A limited number of solar eclipse viewers will be available at Joliet Junior College's event center.
The director of safety and security for Joliet Public Schools District 86 has been appointed as a trustee to the Joliet Township board.
Joliet Junior College announced Gary Woods II as the first coach of its new men's and women's combined wrestling program after an extended search.