By Laura Katauskas | Staff Reporter
Plans remain on target for the expansion of the Joliet Junior College’s Romeoville campus.
After finalizing plans early this year, crews are set to break ground Sept. 8 on a new 50,000-square-foot expansion, long considered a priority by administration in …
Community remembers 1990 Plainfield tornado
By Andrea Earnest | Enterprise Staff
Community leaders, local officials and residents came together Aug. 28 to mourn the 29 lives lost during the 1990 Plainfield tornado and mark the 25th anniversary of …
Archaeological Society member sheds light on former POW camps
By Joan Rykal | For The Bugle
During World War II, more than 400,000 prisoners of war were kept in camps throughout the U.S., and many of those POWs were detained in the Chicago area.
The Woodridge Public Library recently hosted a …
127-mile motorcycle ride benefits kids living with physical impairments
By Megann Horstead | For The Bugle
The ATI Foundation’s 12th annual Cruisin’ for Kids event in Shorewood drew in more than 130 motorcycle riders Aug. 22.
Local women and men geared up in support of children living …
City moves ahead with Evergreen Terrace purchase By Megann Horstead | For the Bugle Councilman Larry Hug raised a number of questions and concerns regarding the city’s purchase of Evergreen Terrace ...