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Wayfair to open fulfillment center in Romeoville

BOSTON, Mass. – Wayfair Inc. (NYSE:W), one of the world’s largest online destinations for the home, on Friday announced plans to open a new 1.2 million square foot fulfillment center in Romeoville. The new facility, to be located on 60 ...

Plainfield, Romeoville among safest communities to live

The villages of Romeoville and Plainfield can say they are amongst the safest communities to live in the State of Illinois. Safety.com, a Web site specializing in security, financial and personal travel, chose the two communities based on categories such ...

Snowstorm hits communities leaving few places to put snow

The snowstorm that began over the weekend and continued through Tuesday morning hit Joliet hard, dropping nearly 20 inches of snow on the city, and kept city crews working around the clock cleaning streets.

Join the online discussion on anti-racism, Allyship and Action

Romeoville - Hear from Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II at a live and virtual session on “Anti-Racism, Allyship, and Action”. The address will take place at 3 p.m.- 4 p.m. (CST) on Thursday, February 18.

New Mercedes-Benz dealership coming to Romeoville

thetimesweekly.com Mercedes-Benz presented a concept plan for a new dealership to Village officials at the January 20th Village Board meeting. The concept plan will be for a 40,000-square foot dealership located on 23 acres on the east side of Weber ...

New interchange work to begin this year along I-55

This year, residents of Will County and those who travel on Interstate 55 will likely start seeing progress on a project between the villages of Plainfield, Romeoville and Bolingbrook aimed at easing congestion on the busy highway.

Roadway construction

This year, residents of Will County and those who travel on I-55 will likely start seeing progress on a project between the villages of Plainfield, Romeoville and Bolingbrook aimed at easing congestion on the busy highway.

Will County Health Department reports 464 new COVID cases

As the country awaits the release of COVID vaccine distribution to get underway, Coronavirus cases continue to rise. The Will County Health Department on Wednesday reported 44,464 COVID cases, an increase of 464 from Tuesday, and seven additional deaths, bringing ...

Girl Scouts open Micro Food Pantry in Romeoville

thetimesweekly.com On November 12, the Village of Romeoville added another food pantry option for residents, courtesy of Girl Scout Troop 71503. The micro pantry is located inside the Romeoville branch of the White Oak Library (201 W. Normantown Road) near ...

Romeoville votes to waive business license fee for food establishments

To assist the Romeoville service industry, the Village Board has voted to waive the 2021 business license fee for food establishments, including restaurants and bars. This is intended to provide additional relief to a segment of the village economy that ...

Superintendent Rachel Kinder pause extended for return of Pre-Kindergarten-5th Grade Students

With our sights set on the return of additional students to in-person learning, we remain vigilant in monitoring the community health metrics related to COVID-19. Currently, Region 7, Will County, and immediate community ZIP Code data trends continue to increase ...

Romeoville reopens Conservation Park after renovation

Thetimesweekly.com Originally built in 2002, Conservation Park (524 W. Belmont) recently underwent a renovation, bringing in a new playground, pathways, landscaping, security lighting, and infrastructure. In addition, the fishing pavilion and shelter received a new coat of paint.

First day back to in-person learning

About 300 District 202 multi-needs special education students returned to in-person learning on October 26, 2020.

Will County follows national trend in early vote totals

Like no other time in recent history, votes have poured into Will County Clerk Lauren Staley Ferry’s office and Election Day is still five days away. “The number of returns has been unprecedented,” Staley Ferry’s Chief of Staff Charles Pelkie ...

District 202 latest school district to put the brakes on in-class learning

Students across Will County and throughout Illinois have been kept out of their classrooms for various lengths of time since the Coronavirus pandemic hit in March. All of them shut down for the remainder of the last school year at ...

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