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BBCHS Teacher asks “Why is it worth it to risk their lives to send them back?”

BOURBONNAIS - Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School teacher Michael Dorsam is asking teachers, parents and administrators this morning, "Why is it worth it...

Illinois Donut Shop ‘false positive’ doesn’t shake customers confidence in award-winning donuts

A popular donut shop in Crystal Lake is dealing with the aftermath of a positive COVID-19 test at their business. A positive...

Over 500 active cases in Kankakee entering the weekend, 38 cases reported Friday

Kankakee County Health Department (KCHD) officials announced Friday active cases in Kankakee had eclipsed 500, with now 522 active cases.  KCHD reports...
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Family Night Out at Perry Farm, this Friday

Join the Bourbonnais Township Park District this coming Friday, June 14th for “Family Night Out” at the brand new Barnyard Playground!  Gates open at 6pm...

City of Kankakee Adopts Mission and Vision Statements

Kankakee, IL – The administrative leaders of the City of Kankakee recently partnered with the Department of Continuing Education at Kankakee Community College for a customized strategic planning session. The session lasted the entire day and included department heads from the City and Environmental Services Utility (ESU).

Chicagoland Pit Bike National brings NASCAR & Motocross Stars Together

Thursday was unofficially dubbed “Dude’s Day” at Chicagoland Speedway. That’s in part to the rare scene of worlds colliding from the world of Motorsports and Acting as NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr., motocross superstar Ryan Villopoto and Chicago Fire Actor Taylor Kinney spent the afternoon at Chicagoland Speedway doing pace car laps, hitting golf balls from four stories above the race track into the infield and rode pit bikes.

KCC’s Spring 2019 Phi Theta Kappa Inductees

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, the international academic honor society for community college students, saw 57 local area students inducted during the spring 2019 semester. Students inducted must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.

Neighborhood Hero Award Deadline Approaching-Nominate Today!

Nominations are due Friday June 14, 2019 for the 2019 Neighborhood Hero Award Program sponsored by Project Acclaim and the City of Joliet. The program is designed to honor Joliet residents with outstanding yards or homes.

Ribbon Cutting of the North Walking Path kicks off Cruise to The Movies

On Friday, June 7, at 6:15pm a ribbon cutting will be held to celebrate the opening of the north walking path. The path connects N. Cypress Street to Legacy Park. The ribbon cutting will kick off Cruise to the Movies, welcoming families to bike ride to Movies in the Park at Legacy Park. Cruise to The Movies will begin at 6:30 and will conclude at Legacy Park with fun and games along the way. Movies in the Park will feature 101 Dalmatians beginning at dusk.

New Lenox Fire Foundation Donates Eighteen Thermal Imaging Cameras to New Lenox Fire Protection District

(May 30, 2019) – Recently, the New Lenox Fire Foundation donated eighteen thermal imaging cameras to the New Lenox Fire Protection District (NLFPD).

Frankfort Park District’s Community Garage Sale Days this Saturday

The Frankfort Park District’s annual community wide garage sale kicks off this Saturday, June 1st from 9am-3pm. A list of the participating addresses in this year’s annual sale are below. The lists will also be available for pickup at the Park District’s office the week of the sale.

Mayor Wells-Armstrong Partners with Kauffman Foundation as an Ecosystem Ambassador for Entrepreneurs

Last week, Mayor Wells-Armstrong and Barbi Brewer-Watson, Executive Director for the CDA,attended the Kauffman Foundation’s Annual Mayors Conference on Small Business and Entrepreneurship in Kansas City, Missouri.

Kankakee Community College Lifelong Learning Institute Summer Video Lectures

The Lifelong Learning Institute offers affordable, high-quality, non-credit classes that take place in an environment that fosters participation. These video lectures are pre-recorded and played during the class session. These classes are open to people ages 50 and older.
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BBCHS Teacher asks “Why is it worth it to risk their lives to send them back?”

BOURBONNAIS - Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School teacher Michael Dorsam is asking teachers, parents and administrators this morning, "Why is it worth it...
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MAC postpones fall sports, including football due to COVID-19

There will be no football at Huskie Stadium this fall in Dekalb. That decision came down from the MAC...

Illinois Donut Shop ‘false positive’ doesn’t shake customers confidence in award-winning donuts

A popular donut shop in Crystal Lake is dealing with the aftermath of a positive COVID-19 test at their business. A positive...

Over 500 active cases in Kankakee entering the weekend, 38 cases reported Friday

Kankakee County Health Department (KCHD) officials announced Friday active cases in Kankakee had eclipsed 500, with now 522 active cases.  KCHD reports...