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White Oak, Lemont, Joliet, Plainfield, Fountaindale and Shorewood-Troy libraries have joined together to form the cheaper, more efficient Pinnacle Library Cooperative.
Voters on Tuesday, March 20, passed a measure that will make electrical aggregation a reality for Lemont. What does that mean for you and your power bill?
Waste Management will begin collecting bagged leaves, grass clippings and yard debris in Lemont next week.
A statistical look at which presidential candidates garnered the most support with Lemont Township voters.
It's always good to be caught up on state politics. Here's an easy guide to what happened this week.
The Board of Commissioners is looking to replace Vice President Mike Colaizzi, who will step down next month to pursue a new career opportunity.
The Village of Lemont is currently in discussions with Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A to utilize office space in the closed school this summer.
Turnout for Tuesday's election was just 23 percent—the second lowest in 20 years.
Patlak, the incumbent, prevailed over Sean Morrison with 54 percent of the vote, according to unofficial race results.
It was a heck of a night in the southwest suburbs. Catch up on all your local election news in one place.
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