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Uarl Hunter, 31, of Lockport Township died after being shot multiple times on Saturday.
The winning scratch-off ticket was purchased at a Thornton’s gas station, located at 400 North Independence Blvd. in Romeoville.
Will County voters will pick six countywide officials and three county board members along with state and federal offices, including president, in 2024.
Employees detained the man until Joliet police took him into custody.
Lynn Green is one of the first students to graduate from Northwestern’s Prison Education Program with his bachelor’s degree while at Stateville, as well as the first student to serve as an intern for a state senator.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 27, Metra will be making minor changes to the schedules of three trains on its Rock Island Line to Joliet. These schedule adjustments are being made to better reflect operating conditions.
Night Train Veeck, part of new ownership group, will be at Dec. 2 event.
City Council approves land lease that allows plan to move forward for 1851 Cassedy house. History on Wheels is a traveling exhibit that portrays the role of African Americans in U.S. military history.
Joliet's inspector general said the former city manager gave permission to sue Illinois State Police for the agency's investigation records.
City plans to bring back deputy city manager, communications staffer and lawyers.
Christopher Beale, who's been representing himself in a 2018 Joliet murder case, has been released from jail. He motioned for his pretrial release under the SAFE-T Act.
Light up the Holidays Festival and Parade starts off the season in Joliet with a family feeling.
A Joliet man was allegedly caught with fentanyl, cocaine and a loaded Glock 9 mm handgun while staying at Motel 6, prosecutors said.
Entepreneurs say Small Business Saturday has captured the buying public's imagination.
The senior menu will be offered at Urban Kitchen daily for dine in at the restaurant from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday and Monday.