Stories about Romeoville
“Raising Riverview” exhibit will be at Isle a la Cache Museum in Romeoville through May 31.
Illinois State Rep. Natalie Manley, D-Joliet, spent the morning of Feb. 23 at the Fountaindale Library distributing candy and stickers to all who entered.
Another event about the abolishment of cash bail under the SAFE-T Act will be held on Feb. 28 at the Fountaindale Public Library District in Bolingbrook.
A woman in Romeoville has been charged with attempting to murder her husband, whom she accused of cheating on her, according to prosecutors.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Oklahoma confirmed on Wednesday that a suspect in the murders of a Romeoville family died by suicide.
A Will County sheriff's lieutenant facing a wrongful death lawsuit is seeking to attempt a settlement before answering the allegations. The investigation of the deadly shooting is still open after 21 months.
Lewis University in Romeoville started its annual “Fulfilling the Dream” high school conference in 2005. Students learn about the admission process, financial aid and possible career paths.
If you need a break from the harsh winter temperatures, here's a list of some indoor water parks in northern Illinois that are perfect for a day, or an entire weekend, away.
The Romeoville Fire Academy has received a $100,000 grant to provide tuition to firefighter and EMT students from underserved communities who would not be able to otherwise afford training.
Route 66 is home to many exceptional chicken eateries ready to flavor your next road trip.
The Romeoville Fire Academy has been awarded $100,000 to support workforce development aimed at recruiting, training and launching firefighter and EMT careers.
In August 2022, the Attorney General’s office filed charges against six individuals alleging they broke into businesses throughout northern Illinois and robbed video gambling machines, stealing approximately $400,000.
Make a difference in your community by signing up for the Forest Preserve District’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service volunteer morning.
During January, anyone who donates blood, platelets or plasma through the Red Cross will automatically be entered for a chance to win a trip for two to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.
The rollout of the new FAFSA form for college students seeking financial aid has encountered numerous glitches, creating stress for families trying to fill the form out quickly.