The Get Covered Illinois Road 2 Coverage statewide mobile tour made a stop at state Rep. Thaddeus Jones' office on Friday afternoon in Calumet City.
A local businessman, Tom Finch, left, talks with state Rep. Thaddeus Jones, D-Calumet City, and Tiffany Hill, regional outreach coordinator for Get Covered Illinois Road 2 Coverage, next to the mobile tour van on Friday afternoon in Calumet City.
PLAINFIELD | The box score sometimes hides the truth.
CALUMET CITY | The Thornton Fractional North Mock Trial team won second place at the sixth Municipal District’s Mock Trial Competition on Feb. 15 at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council delayed approval of payments related to last year’s purchase and installation of a data backup solution for the city’s computer server.
Every March, millions flock to their television sets to watch the best that college basketball has to offer.
SOUTH HOLLAND | State Rep. Thaddeus Jones, D-Calumet City, visited South Suburban College last week to tour the adult education areas of the college, according to a news release.
State Rep. Thaddeus Jones, back right, recently visited SSC to tour the adult education area and see the fruits of his legislative fund appropriations at the college. Jones and SSC Chairman Frank M. Zuccarelli, back left, visited with Community Education staff and students, seated from left,…
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CALUMET CITY | The Get Covered Illinois Road 2 Coverage statewide mobile tour will make a stop from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at state Rep. Thaddeus Jones' office at 1910 Sibley Blvd., according to a news release.
Homewood Village President Rich Hofeld is to be commended for offering to help Glenwood ease the pain of losing its Walmart store.
PLAINFIELD | Tyler Ulis doesn't have many fond memories of the Plainfield Central gym.
PLAINFIELD | T.F. North came all the way back from a 14-point deficit to take the lead on Plainfield Central in front of a raucous group of Wildcats fans.
District 215 students who participated in a state culinary competition are pictured. In back, from left, are Kyle Penro, Antonio Baker, Robert Brent and Jailynn Gill. In front from left are Kira Del Sol, Sagirah Florence, Erica Jarrett and Briana Trice.
CALUMET CITY | Culinary arts students from the Thornton Fractional Center for Academics & Technology excelled in the 13th annual Illinois ProStart Student Invitational Showcase at Kendall College on Feb. 8.
HAMMOND | As graduation nears, Bishop Noll Institute has named its class of 2014 top academic seniors. These students, each with a grade point average of 4.0 or higher due to weighted grades, receive the title and honor of Bishop Noll Graduate with Distinction.
TINLEY PARK, Ill. | The convention center in Tinley Park will be the place to be Monday night for municipal officials from across the south suburbs that wish to be the home of a proposed south suburban casino, and even a few that do not.
When communities try to attract new businesses, often it involves a business leaving one municipality to set up shop in the village next door.
CALUMET CITY | Two aldermen are cooperating with initiatives meant to help local residents get assistance in signing up for health insurance to bring them into compliance with the federal Affordable Care Act.
LANSING | Thornton Fractional South High School, 18500 Burnham Ave., is hosting the Future Rebel Baseball Clinic on March 8, the school has announced.
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