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Plan Commissioner Cyndi Fulco has stepped down, and the village is accepting applications.
Peck is scheduled to start his new post next week. The board also voted to end retiring Executive Director Greg Bott’s contract two months early.
Steel fabricator will add 76,000-square feet to its facility off Route 30 just north of 143rd Street.
The Illinois House Thursday approved a controversial plan to eliminate the state's $100 billion pension debt.
Incumbents Michelle Smith, Rod Westfall return to the board, joined by newly elected Bill Dargan and Bill Slabich Jr.
The first installment is due June 3, and the second three months later. Here are your options when it comes to paying.
The Will County clerk's office counted the remaining provisional ballots Tuesday morning, but they did not alter the outcome of the April 9 election.
The retired Will County Sheriff's Office deputy chief said his well-rounded law enforcement background makes him a strong candidate in the March 2014 primary.
The "Your Federal Taxpayer Receipt" widget, attached here, tells literally how much of your tax dollar went where. U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren is using it to illustrate his call for simplifying tax codes.
The village will spend $60,000 to replace 250 infested trees.
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