Des Plaines Valley News
Summit village manager resigns over unauthorized loan
Summit Mayor Joseph Strzelczyk said this week that he ordered an audit of the village's finances to ensure that a longtime practice of allowing advances on payroll checks to officials and employees did not result in any losses to taxpayers.
The Southtown Star
Lemont alumni turn out for fallen veteran
What began as a discussion by Lemont High School alumni about getting together in honor of a fellow classmate during his wake turned into a communitywide event.
The Daily Gazette
Will County replaces infected ash trees
Village of Plainfield Public Works employee Brian Fahnstrom drags an ash tree limb to a wood chipper after the tree was removed from the front yard of a house July 16 in Plainfield.
Greuling: More Technology is One Way to Make Crowded Roads Safer
It seems that Will County Center for Economic Development leader John Greuiling has had EVEN MORE things on his plate than usual of late.
Domestic Battery, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct: Blotter
SUNDAY, JULY 20 Domestic Battery, Resisting a Peace Officer Dominick P. Zmeico, 24, of the 0-50 block of Stephen Street, in Lemont, was arrested for domestic battery and resisting a peace officer following an incident in the 0-50 block of Stephen Street.