Crews get cracking on Plainfield’s new rec center

Crews get cracking on Plainfield’s new rec center

Facility construction underway, projected opening in 2019 By Marney Simon | Enterprise Staff The weather is getting cooler, but crews are working diligently at Bott Park on Renwick Road to lay the groundwork for a new recreational center. The Plainfield Park District broke ground at the …

Niles Park District to remove controversial Oak Park baseball diamond

Niles Park District to remove controversial Oak Park baseball diamond

By Igor Studenkov For the Bugle The Niles Park District announced its intention to remove a baseball diamond it built at the northwest corner of Oak Park five months earlier. The construction caused some controversy, with several Niles resides who lived nearby complaining that the diamond …

Morton Grove considers tax increase

Morton Grove considers tax increase

Declining state funds, village maintenance fuel need for rate hike By Igor Studenkov For the Bugle The Village of Morton Grove is poised to raise the tax levy by a total of 3.2 percent compared to last year. Out of the total of $13,964,047 that would be levied next year, $3,338,463 would …

Tune in to a Romeoville radio station; Lewis’ own WLRA

Tune in to a Romeoville radio station; Lewis’ own WLRA

Did you know Romeoville is home to a fully functioning radio station? The next time you’re driving around town, tune your radio to 88.1 FM. You’ll hear Lewis University broadcasting students honing their skills with talk shows, music programming, and Lewis University sports broadcasts. The …

Joliet could move forward with new pet laws

Joliet could move forward with new pet laws

By Megann Horstead | For The Bugle Members of the Joliet Land Use and Legislative Committee recently met to review regulations and restrictions on the sale of cats and dogs. The discussion of puppy mills and city ordinances proposed to protect animal rights dates back to 2015. Interim City …

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