CRETE | Municipal officials are likely to decide next month whether to implement a new filtration system to improve the quality of well water.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board approved the next phase of the construction process converting a one-time bank into a new headquarters for the Police Department.
GLENWOOD | Residential customers will pay $75 more per year as a result of the Village Board's approval on Tuesday of an ordinance that increases the depreciation fee for water and sewer users and establishes a stormwater maintenance fee.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council wants further study on measures for installing a new telephone system for City Hall and other municipal government buildings.
GLENWOOD | The Village Board will consider a sewer and water rate increase at its Feb. 4 meeting.
CHICAGO | The Cook County Board has approved purchasing items for storm sewer removal at various locations along 170th Street in South Holland.
CALUMET CITY | The city’s seven aldermen are each given $5,000 per year that they can distribute for residential sidewalk repairs in their wards.
LYNWOOD | Residents of Wellington Court subdivision will see some unfinished work completed soon.
CRETE | The Village Board has agreed that Crete will pay part of the cost of upgrading traffic signals and lights to a more energy-efficient bulb.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved a contract with a Coal City-based company for street resurfacing at various locations in the city.
CALUMET CITY | Later this month, streetlight systems from two companies will be installed in select areas to give municipal officials a chance to see which system they prefer.
SOUTH HOLLAND | The village is seeking help from the Illinois Department of Transportation to fund a sidewalk project along 162nd and 170th streets.
CHICAGO | Construction is moving forward on a train bridge in Chicago meant to help ease congestion that makes the city the worst choke point in the nation's freight rail network.
GLENWOOD | The village has encountered a delay in its efforts to renovate Hickory Glen Park.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle visited Chicago Heights last week to view the nearly $11 million in federal and county investments the city has received in recent years. Pictured from left are Ald. Wanda Rodgers, 3rd Ward, city of Chicago Heights; Commissioner Deborah Sims, 5th …
SOUTH HOLLAND | The Village Board has authorized $74,000 in engineering studies to be conducted this year for three major road repairs expected in 2014 that will be funded in part by a federal grant.
LANSING | As part of an effort by the Illinois Department of Transportation to improve Torrence Avenue in Lansing and Calumet City, the Village Board approved the sale of a tiny parcel of land to the state.
CHICAGO | Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says plans are moving forward to improve traffic flow at Chicago's notoriously congested Circle Interchange.
LYNWOOD | The Village Board on Tuesday approved the second phase of the Joe Orr Road expansion.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council in coming months will consider whether to spend up to $700,000 for maintenance work on the city’s concrete ground storage reservoir.
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