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Walsh will be in Homer Glen on Sept. 18.
President Obama commits the nation to military action in the Middle East to "degrade and ultimately destroy" ISIL. Where do you stand?
The deadline to file is Dec. 22.
The electoral board removed one referendum from the November ballot, due to confusion about scope and enactment.
The governor candidates sit side by side for first time. We learn one is as corrupt as Rod Blagojevich and the other profits off misery.
The sergeant running against the sheriff’s cousin questioned whether the two Kaupases are trying to confuse voters.
"Judicial facilities fee" could raise $1.5 million to $2 million per year.
Tinley Park officials agreed to invest in a firm to come up with a plan for development of the property.
Nearly half of the proceeds of a state-operated mental health facility will go infrastructure improvements and mental health services.
The final vote won't come until September, Tinley Park Mayor Ed Zabrocki said last week.
Trustees had a first reading last week, and a final vote could come next month.
Illinois Treasurer Dan Rutherford's birthday video landed in Pat Brady's inbox Monday morning.
Tinley Park residents have until August 15 to affix a vehicle sticker to their car. After that, the tickets will start flowing.
Trustees said the the change could save the village $800,000.
The boy tested positive for salmonella infection, days before the deli was shut down after nine people fell ill from its products.
The cell phone towers won't be going up just yet.
New Lenox's mayor conspired with Dolton cops to get her arrested and rough her up to help the NBA star's case against her, the ex-wife claims in a lawsuit.
The final vote will come June 17, but trustees have given preliminary approval to the two towers.
Can the Village revamp and revive the struggling shopping center?
Plans are moving forward for a roundabout at 183rd and Oak Park Avenue in Tinley Park.