Joliet Township news
Oldest VFW post in Joliet formed in 1920
The incident was reported at 12:44 p.m. Tuesday and it occurred in the 500 block of Ontario Street in Joliet Township, according to a deputy chief for the Will County Sheriff's Office.
A Joliet man is scheduled for sentencing on Jan. 15 after he was convicted of murder and armed robbery. He faces 20 to 60 years for the murder and 21 to 45 years for the armed robbery.
Will County prosecutors plan to prove that a man is responsible for the murder of another man in a 2018 shooting in Joliet Township even though he’s not the one accused of firing the gun.
City Council members noted threats to the Will-Grundy Medical Clinic over asylum-seekers, murder of 6-year-old Muslim boy in Plainfield Township.
County begins study for improvements on Mills and Cherry Hill roads
Councilwoman Quillman accuses him of 'coverup,' but Tonelli said he has "spoken nothing but the truth."
Emails show city officials aware of grant pursuit, not clear how much they knew.
The Peter Claver Center in Joliet was not meant to be “migrant center” and may at some point become a recreational center once again, according to Joliet Township’s supervisor.
The announcement comes two weeks after the grant was announced, stirring a controversy that may have peaked at a raucous township board meeting this week.
But will the township move forward?
The director of safety and security for Joliet Public Schools District 86 has been appointed as a trustee to the Joliet Township board.
About 350 people showed up to the township's board meeting Tuesday, most of them demanding that Joliet Township give up an $8.6 million grant to provide services to asylum seekers.
One Joliet resident said the opposition to the state grant awarded to Joliet Township for asylum seeker services was not about race. "This is strictly about resources and dollars," the resident said.
Joliet Park District cancels lease after seeing Hartman center in Joliet Township grant for asylum seekers.