Stories about Shorewood, Illinois
Severe weather Tuesday night prevented crews from working on eastbound lanes on Interstate 80 at River Road in Shorewood causing the completion of that project to be delayed a day,
Karen and Paul Pastell of Shorewood also found smaller amounts of unclaimed property on the ICash database.
Coffee and Conversations event is 4-6 p.m. Thursday in Plainfield.
Ashley Bodhaine, 36, formerly of Shorewood and now of Ottawa and single mom of an 11-year-old daughter, is organizing the Rock Circus Featuring Hairbangers Ball on April 27 at The Forge in Joliet to raise awareness of concussions and money for the Concussion Legacy Foundation.
Shorewood HUGS hosted its 14th chocolate ball on Saturday night to raise money for its “Hugs and Wishes” program. Since its inception in 2008, Shorewood HUGS has fulfilled 1,300 wishes and given back $1 million to the community.
Lightways Hospice and Serious Illinois Care in Joliet is hosting a free Vet-to-Vet Hot Cocoa Bar Cafe on Feb. 16.
Lockport Township Park District, the village of Shorewood, Frankfort Square Park District and Manhattan Park District have been included among 111 parks and recreation projects for state grants.
Gail Girard is celebrating her 10th anniversary as the owner of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts and More in Shorewood.
State Senator Meg Loughran Cappel will host traveling office hours at the Bolingbrook Fountaindale Public Library on Monday, Jan. 22 to meet with residents.
The Goddard Schools of Will County are hosting a book drive for Bernie's Book Bank, which provides books to children in under-resourced communities
State Senator Meg Loughran Cappel invites the public to attend her traveling office hours at the Joliet Public Library Black Road Branch on Thursday.
Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce announced that fifteen organizations have been nominated across five categories: retail, financial services, social services, professional services and education.
Sam Tsymbaliuk has traveled a long way to get to her home with Sue Shukstor in Shorewood, going from her home in the Zhytomyr Oblast, or state, in Ukraine to Florida before finding herself in the more familiar climate of an Illinois winter.
Thanks to a more than yearlong renovation and rebranding effort, Twisted Pin, 15610 Joliet Road in Plainfield, now offers an upscale bowling, arcade, and entertainment experience.
The Little Miss Black Joliet pageant began in 1983 and continued until 2008. It was revived in 2023.