The Boys & Girls Club of Joliet has become the latest site in Joliet with a new micro-pantry.
Bob and Ruth Koppen of Shorewood will celebrate Valentine's Day this year at the Timbers retirement community. The couple, from Joliet, have been married for over 67 years and have relied on their faith and finding room for forgiveness to provide a foundation for their lives together.
Joliet's renaissance will continue in 2018 according to the city's mayor Bob O'Dekirk who gave his state of the city address this week at the JJC Renaissance Center.
Waiting on the temporary wooden platforms and walking over the tracks to get on a train will be a thing of the past come Monday in Joliet.
City officials are grappling with the best way to reduce overtime costs at its 10 fire stations.
The Joliet Area Historical Museum will celebrate Black History month in February with a three-part film series titled “Black History Thru Film.”
Joliet’s city council this week approved a sublease for part of the old Collins Street prison.
A former City Council member who served for over 30 years will be honored with a portion of a street renamed for him.
When it’s complete in January 2019, the Plainfield Park District’s new community recreation center at Bott Park will be a much needed amenity for the communities it serves.
On the USDA website, a map of the United States shows the places where lack of access to grocery stores is a problem. That includes big swaths of the City of Joliet.