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Early numbers indicate enrollment gains of nearly 2% at McHenry County College in Crystal Lake.
The JJC Foundation will recognize Michael Austin Clark, Jen Howard, John H. Weitendorf Jr. and ExxonMobil at its 50th anniversary celebration.
Attendees may sample more than 20 wines from wineries in Joliet and Plainfield and enjoy food pairings by Joliet Junior College chef instructor Tim Bucci.
On Wednesday, approximately 95 Joliet Junior College employees helped out with various tasks at four Joliet nonprofits: the Boys and Girls Club, the Greater Joliet YMCA, the Spanish Community Center and Will County Habitat for Humanity.
Caitlyn Drzyzga, 21, of Lockport, representing Joliet Junior College, earned first place at the American Culinary Federation National Convention in New Orleans.
Destiny Griffin is a JJC alumna and previously worked for the college, first as a student worker and then as a campus safety officer
Budget up 5.5% to $111 million
Morris Mayor Chris Brown used the Morris State of the City address Wednesday evening to provide proof that Morris is indeed still growing at a rapid rate, with the expansion of JJC into Grundy County and now the opening of a Keg Grove Brewery inside one of the old firestations.
College officials say they want to expand presence because of growing jobs and population in Grundy.
12 painted guitar sculptures on display in downtown Joliet.
Beny Bamburac, 12, graduated from Joliet Junior College in December after pursuing an associate degree in associate degree in internet technology and participated in JJC’s graduation ceremonies on Friday. He’s currently studying computer science at Lewis University.
Andrea Barron, an undocumented student and member of Joliet Junior College’s class of 2023, addressed the audience as student commencement speaker at Joliet Junior College’s graduation ceremony on Friday night.
Mayor D'Arcy announces return of show to the stadium.
State Supreme Court Judge Mary Kay O'Brien speaks to JJC audience about being a farm girl in the legal world.
Tammy Miller helps country and city students find opportunities in agriculture.