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.
CHICAGO | The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District’s Calumet Pumping Station, which controls the amount of bacteria that gets into the Little Calumet River, will be among the first projects for renovation paid for by a state loan.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov.-elect Mike Pence is looking at public-private partnerships as one of the methods Indiana could use to finish the Interstate 69 extension.
LYNWOOD | The completion of Phase 1 of the Joe Orr Road extension did more for Lynwood than reroute the connection between Stony Island and Torrence avenues, according to Village President Gene Williams.
Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush, Calumet City Police Chief Edward Gilmore, Superintendent Creg Williams, District 215 Board President Richard Dust and T.F. North Principal Dwayne Evans were among the dignitaries present Wednesday at the grand opening of the newly renovated…
CALUMET CITY | The newly renovated Thornton Fractional North High School library is open, thanks to a $1 million makeover, according to a news release.
CHICAGO | The city of Chicago is demolishing the 200th building deemed dangerous under a program that targets vacant structures used by gangs.
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