A Will County board member this week called for Governors State University and other publicly funded universities in Illinois to stop educating illegal immigrants.
The village of New Lenox Zoning Board of Appeals met June 7 to discuss new business.
The city of Aurora Sustainable Commission met Oct. 6 to review reports.
The village of Frankfort Financial Affairs Committee met Oct. 12 to present the annual audit.
The city of Wilmington Police & ESDA Committee met Oct. 11 to review budget reports.
The Joliet Communication, Technology and Information Systems Committee met Oct. 11 to discuss network refresh capital.
Commonwealth Edison Co- Affiliate of Exelon Corp, Pac has received $147,000.89 in contributions in 2016 from 110 donors.
Credit Union Political Action Council Cupac IL has received $229,411.73 in contributions in 2016 from 117 donors.
An outgoing House Democrat is speaking out about House Speaker Mike Madigan for standing in the way of major reforms that could get Illinois back on its feet.
Will County Executive Committee reviews list of contract awards at its meeting this morning.
Joliet City Council approves purchase of 6 cardiac monitors at its recent meeting.
Will County Historic Preservation Commission hears staff reports at its meeting yesterday.
Maureen and Michael Barry, (417 Prairie Ave., Elmhurst), donated $200 to Woodridge's Mendrick for Sheriff on Jan. 12, 2016.
New Lenox Zoning Board of Appeals approves parking setback and landscape variances for property on N. Cedar Road at is recent meeting.
Will County Public Health and Safety Committee receives update on Sunny Hill Nursing Home at its meeting this morning.
Lori Bonarek, (810 Laura Lane, Coal City), donated $100 to Springfield's REALTORS Political Action Committee on Jan. 13, 2016.
Rich Gucwa Jr.'s earliest memory of bowling occurred when he was 4 years old, watching his father during a tournament at the former Holiday Bowl in the Chicago area.
An Illinois legislator wants to see the state adopt a uniform, transparent and fiscally sound policy on the question of illegal immigrant students attending state universities.
Over 110,000 more people left Illinois in a year than arrived here from other states, leading to the highest overall drop in population in the nation, new figures reveal.
Amid reports of missing property and last-minute changes in move-in plans, the transition between outgoing Illinois Comptroller Leslie Geissler Munger and incoming Comptroller Susana Mendoza recently took on a testy tone.