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After being closed for more than 24 hours due to flooding, the Illinois State Police say the road is back in drivable condition.
There are a few ways to eradicate the odor from your pet and remove it from your clothes and house, experts say.
Some of the things we still do today have their roots in ancient -- and sometimes pagan -- traditions.
Event is from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Culver's of Romeoville.
The village will host its third relay to benefit the American Cancer Society this year.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
The Children’s Advocacy Center and Will County State’s Attorney Glasgow bringing amateur cooks to the table for the Fifth Annual ‘Men Who Cook’ competition in Mokena.
As we head into a new year, we're wondering what you think of the current economic climate.
Local Connections, Awareness
The new health center will provide regular medical treatment for patients who lack insurance or are under-insured, helping reduce the cases that come to the hospital ER for care.
Take our poll and tell us what you hope will happen with the selection of Pope Benedict's successor.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Awareness
The Taylor Babec Community Blood Drive is set for Jan. 30.
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