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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.
Lawson Sizemore, an associate coach at Joliet West, has Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type A, a disorder that affects the peripheral nerves. He plans to study journalism at the University of Illinois. Now, due to the community's support, he no longer needs his mother for rides.
Approximately 200 Illinois high school students and their teachers spent part of Friday at Joliet Junior College’s city center campus for a taste-testing event of their own recipes.
Seneca scores early and often in win over Hall. That plus more scores from around the area.
We've got updated unofficial election results for Joliet and Will County for you here
Diane Harris and Alicia Morales have maintained lead for Joliet Junior College District 525 race, based on data from multiple counties that were posted at 9 p.m. on JJC’s website.
Lincoln-Way West and Rourke win at WJOL Tournament. That plus more scores from softball, boys volleyball and badminton.
Trustee candidates discussed expansion of Joliet Junior College's partnerships with other organizations, increasing student mental health services, fostering better communication with the community and making sure students were finding success after their college career.
Officers were notified on March 15 of a complaint regarding a suspect who had been stealing Lincoln-Way District 210 school board political signs from various locations around town, according to New Lenox police.
The community may attend the Joliet Junior College board of trustees candidate forum in person or via livestream. The forum will also be recorded and shared.
Michael McGreal, chair of JJC’s culinary arts department and ice carving professor, said Warmack has completed some “wonderful and very complex ice carvings” and could pursue a full-time career in ice carving if she wished.