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Romeoville approves residential water rebate program

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Village of Romeoville will be providing each household in the village with a $50 rebate. This will appear as a credit on the June water bill. A total of $600,000 will be ...

Local banks to administer bridge loans for small businesses

As the Coronavirus continues to turn the lives of everyone upside down, it also has had adverse impacts on businesses of all sizes throughout Will County and beyond.

Busey offering financial relief program to customers

For more than 150 years, Busey Bank has delivered on a promise of trusted customer relationships and community support. Busey’s storied history of supporting associates, customers and communities continues in today’s fluid, ever-evolving landscape. COVID-19 is not only impacting our ...

Will County businesses struggling to get through tough times

Business owners throughout Will County are doing what they can to stay afloat during the Coronavirus pandemic as many have been negativtely impacted from the mandatory stay-at-home order by Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs said small ...

Heritage Bureau encourages everyone to shop local businesses

In an effort to support local business in Joliet and the surrounding communities, the Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau is encouraging people to shop locally. During this time of uncertainty and to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the ...

State treasurer makes low-interest Bridge Loans for businesses available

Thetimesweekly.com Illinois small businesses can tap into $250 million in low-interest bridge loans as soon as this week to help push through the COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs said. The state treasurer's office will make $250 million available ...

The Promenade Bolingbrook remains open with reduced hours

As the rapidly evolving news of the COVID-19 outbreak continues, the health and well being of our customers, tenants, employees, and communities remain our top priority. At The Promenade Bolingbrook, we are continuing to make informed decisions based on state ...

Joliet West student starts his own clothing business

Joliet West High School senior Aaron Travis has started his own business, "Competence Capital," a clothing company with an empowering message for youth. The idea for the company was spurred through concepts taught within the Exploring Entrepreneurship course instructed by ...

Will County celebrate opening of new Animal Control building

Officials from Will County celebrated the opening of two new state of the art buildings on the county’s Public Safety Complex at Laraway and Cherry Hill Roads. “We are proud of these buildings and how they will help us continue ...

Romeoville Public Works gets perfect compliance in maintaining fluoride levels

The Illinois Department of Public Health recently recognized the Village of Romeoville’s Public Works Department for perfect compliance in maintaining 2019 fluoride levels for 12 consecutive months.

Law firm to bring life to long shuttered Bolingbrook building

Bolingbrook - For nearly a decade the lights at 107 W. Boughton Road in Bolingbrook have been off. The last occupant of the nearly 9,000 square foot building was Sona Video, a local video rental store which closed its doors ...

Romeoville proceeds with new north-south roadway

thetimesweekly.com Pinnacle Drive will soon be extended south, completing a north-south connection from Airport Road to Renwick Road. During last night’s Board Meeting, the Romeoville Village Board annexed 20 acres of property that will allow for the extension. This project ...

Trump administration cuts Food Stamps for at least 700,000

The Trump Administration has finalized implementation of new work requirement rules that would cut food stamp benefits for 700,000 Americans. The average food stamp payout is $36 per month. Though the Trump Administration estimates that under 700,000 people will be ...

Romeoville to receive $382,800 Grant

The Village of Romeoville will receive $382,800 in matching grant funds from Open Space Land And Development (OSLAD) for renovations to Lake Strini. “We are excited to provide more enhancements to this park and we are grateful to the State ...

BLK Capital Management, Black – owned, student run Hedge Fund & Non-Profit host 2020 Nat’l winter conference

Onuoha Fellowship & Scholarship Competition Launched During Conference The BLK Capital Management, non-profit organization that exposes young African Americans to the field of active investment, will host its 2020 National Conference on Friday, February 28th at the JP Morgan Headquarters ...