Weekly Wrap-Up: Feb. 5-12
We know you’re busy, so here’s what you might have missed this week on Romeoville Patch.
Need to catch up on your reading? No problem. Here's a look at some of this week's headlines from Romeoville Patch.
In Romeoville Patch's first People Profile, we chatted with Valley View head of security Leroy Brown.
The March 20 primary is close at hand, and early voting starts Feb. 27.
The FBI was offering at $10,000 reward leading to the arrest of the PNC bank robber.
A burglar struck unlocked, unattended cars, making off with electronics and other loot.
A union rep said she anticipates a deal between bus drivers and Valley View in a plan that will keep student transportation in house.
Gov. Pat Quinn gave a shout-out to Romeoville businesswoman Karrie Gibson during his Feb. 1 state of the state address.
A Lewis University Airport official said the FAA reauthorization could bode well for a plan to revamp one of the airport's aging runways.
Romeoville police used cell phone records and a trail of pizza to nab two men who allegedly beat and robbed a delivery driver.
Walmart announced that it's doing away with the iconic "greeter" position, and Romeoville readers reacted.
The man who allegedly robbed the PNC Bank in Romeoville turned himself in to police. He faces federal bank robbery charges.
The FBI released details of the Feb. 2 PNC Bank robbery, saying Brett Timpone, 26, of Melrose Park, confessed the crime to his father after a media blitz put his photo all over the Internet.
Patch chatted with Sybert Landscaping President Donna Sybert about her longtime Romeoville business.
Will County Democrats are beginning the search for a replacement for State Sen. A.J. Wilhelmi, who announced plans to resign.
Romeoville's crime rate dropped 2 percent in 2011, according to officials.