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The Saturday event will provide veterans and their families with immediate claim filing help, counseling services, financial assistance and other benefits, organizers said.
A second incumbent, Andrew Mihelich, won election, as did newcomers Tina Markley and Barbara Adams.
The center has been a long-standing part of the Joliet-based school, but has consistently operated in the red for the last several years, officials said.
Only one Will County Board member voted against Shawn Walsh, who had been nominated by his father, Will County Executive Larry Walsh.
Tom Thanas said the Catholic church should examine its own issues with human dignity before criticizing the city for considering an immigrant detention facility.
The law firm next to the former St. Mary Carmelite Church, which filed the case, says the building is too small for the project and not the best use for the property.
Although Joliet sent out a note last week saying the bridge would not reopen till Wednesday, it was discovered today it was already in use.
Veterans for Noak lauds the Romeoville mayor and encourages the public to give him four more years.
Larry Walsh nominated his son, Shawn, to fill the rest of the Will County superintendent of school's term; the county board will decide Feb. 21.
The office for constituents of the 85th District will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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