Stories about Shorewood, Illinois
All residents of Troy Township may attend. Only voters registered in Troy Township may participate.
Highway will be reduced to two lanes approaching I-55 interchange.
Question: How would you spur economic development in your community? Answer: We are using many tools which include Tax Incentives, TIF districts, personal hired specifically to garner commercial development and showcase Shorewood whenever we can locally and nationally.
Question: How would you spur economic development in your community? Answer: Our Village has experienced and energetic economic development leaders. I’ll continue to assist them in growing, shaping and refining Village strategies. Read Thomas Amos' questionnaire here
Question: Why are you running for office? Answer: I am running to continue to provide good services to our residents and to improve the programs the village presently provides them. Read Anthony Luciano's full election questionnaire here.
After more than half a year of failing to appear in court, a Lockport woman was jailed on charges alleging she left her children unattended in a vehicle while she was at a bar in two separate incidents, court records show.
A 24-year-old driver was issued a ticket for violating Scott’s Law after he was accused of crashing into an Illinois State Police squad vehicle in Shorewood.
Shorewood HUGS, a nonprofit women’s organization, strives to positively impact people by granting small wishes to people in need with the goal of brightening their lives. Recipients must live within a 20-mile radius of Shorewood,
Saul Nunez, 45, of Shorewood, pleaded guilty to the 2017 drug-induced homicide of 25-year-old Christopher Shanine, according to the Will County State's Attorney's Office.
Although the worst bird flu in U.S. history is contributing to the rising cost of eggs, it's not the only reason for increased prices.
Personnel items that were approved on Dec. 14 during a board of education meeting.
Authorities are still trying to figure out what led to a 54-year-old man to suffer burn injuries in a vehicle fire in Shorewood.
Troy Fire Protection District quickly extinguished the fire. But the man has "significant burn injuries," according to Paul Hertzmann, chief of the Troy Fire Protection District.
The Bears have reportedly interviewed Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren for the position of team president. Current team president Ted Phillips is set to retire after the 2022 football season.
Alla Lavrinenko fled Ukraine in April to stay with childhood friend who now lives in Plainfield. But through ESL classes at the Joliet Public Library, Lavrinenko also connected with an orphan from Ukraine who is staying with a Shorewood family on a two-year visa.