Weekly Wrap-Up: March 18-26
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.
Valley View alumni and staff showed off their talents to help fund enrichment grants.
Romeoville Patch kept readers up-to-date on the March 20 primary with a running election blog.
Valley View officials estimate as many as 40 teachers and 40 teachers' aides could be cut as part of a districtwide reduction in force.
The electric aggregation passed in Romeoville, giving residents the chance to save on their electric bills by allowing the Will County Governmental League to broker rates on their behalf. However, a similar measure failed in unincorporated Will County.
Police say a Bolingbrook man shot his friend in the foot while threatening a third man during an altercation in Romeoville.
Patch profiled Denise Armbruster, a local RPTV member and community volunteer.
Two massive warehouse projects could bring hundreds of jobs to Romeoville and are scheduled to start this spring, officials say.
A teenager was robbed by a man brandishing brass knuckles in a Romeoville park, police said.
"Romeoville in Review," a talk show hosted by Mayor John Noak, made its debut on YouTube.
Village officials reviewed plans to make R.C. Hill a "flagship" campus for Valley View, complete with new "green" initiatives.
State's Attorney Jim Glasgow spoke out on the growing heroin problem in Will County.
The village is urging residents to take advantage of its annual tree sale and rain barrel sale.