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  • Chicago to feel bitter cold thanks to wind chill tonight

    Chicago to feel bitter cold thanks to wind chill tonight
    Chicagoans, brace yourselves for a brisk couple of days. The National Weather Service says temperatures in the metro area could fall below zero, making today the coldest of the winter season to date. Morning temperatures started in the low teens and...
  • Mother, boyfriend charged with beating boy, 4

    Mother, boyfriend charged with beating boy, 4
    A mother and her boyfriend face aggravated battery charges in connection to the severe beating of the woman's 4-year-old son. Amy Pherigo, 31, the boy's mother, and Jose A. Morales, 26, Pherigo's boyfriend, were each ordered held in lieu of $2 million...
  • WGN Radio and Chicago Blackhawks to host Food Drive at DuPage Township Food Pantry Nov. 20

    WGN Radio and Chicago Blackhawks to host Food Drive at DuPage Township Food Pantry Nov. 20
    CHICAGO, Illinois (November 12, 2012) – WGN Radio and the Chicago Blackhawks will host a food drive at the DuPage Township Food Pantry on Tuesday, November 20 from 9am -12pm as a part of the WGN Radio Hometown Voices Tour presented by Allstate. ...
  • IDOT asks for public's input to map future road projects

    IDOT asks for public's input to map future road projects
    Flush with a roster of major transportation projects but not a lot of money to build them, the state is asking for the public’s help to map out priorities for future improvements, officials said Monday. Meetings seeking input from residents and...
  • Romeoville offers big help to Lewis University

     
    Romeoville will act as a conduit for Lewis University for the issuance of $28 million in tax-free bonds for construction projects at the college. At …...
  • Quarry expansion means more dust and noise, residents say

     
    A group of residents recently told Romeoville trustees they oppose a proposed expansion of a limestone quarry operation because of concerns over increased dust and …...
  • Joliet police, fire departments get new $4.8M radio system

     
    The Joliet police and fire departments are getting a new digital radio system to replace its current analog system, which officials said is nearly obsolete. …...
  • Midwest Generation ready to comply with emissions limits

     
    Midwest Generation’s six coal-fired power plants in Illinois, including plants in Joliet and Romeoville, will be ready to comply with a new federal environmental rule …...
  • Mayor says village will not allow expansion of mining at quarry

     
    After complaints and input from residents over the past several weeks about a proposed expansion of a limestone quarry mining operation, Romeoville Mayor John Noak …...
  • Romeoville quarry owes some $500,000 in back payments, officials say

     
    A Romeoville resident who opposes a proposed expansion of a limestone quarry questioned the Village Board this week about $500,000 in back payments that village …...
  • Will County school districts cancel after-school activities due to snow

     
    Several Will County school districts have canceled after-school activities Friday due to the heavy snowstorm. Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202, which serves Plainfield, Bolingbrook, …...
  • Residents raise more concerns about mining operation

     
    Some Romeoville residents recently praised the mayor and trustees for not allowing expansion of a mining operation at a limestone quarry, but told them they have concerns …...