Kankakee County Board holds special meeting recently to approve IKAN Regional Office of Education agreement.
Kankakee City Council accepts grant for the Community Tourism Action Plan at a recent meeting.
Momence City Council appoints Adjudication Hearing Officer at a recent meeting.
East Dundee Planning & Zoning and Historic Commission approve COA for bridal shop awning at a recent meeting.
Kankakee County Board recognizes long-time county employees at a recent meeting.
Kankakee City Council tables vote on conditional use permit for medical cannabis dispensary at a recent meeting.
Kankakee County Planning, Zoning and Agriculture Committee votes to restore landfill moratorium at a recent meeting.
Bradley Public Library Board of Trustees hears director's report at a recent meeting.
Kankakee County Executive Committee votes to end health insurance subsidies for board members at the end of their term at a recent meeting.
Kankakee County Finance Committee votes on county policing agreements with Pembroke Township and Hopkins Park at last week's meeting.
When he became a village trustee in 2015, Jeff Keast set out with a personal mission to ensure that Bourbonnais residents are well-informed about their local government.
Kankakee City Council considers sale of surplus property at a recent meeting.
Momence Budget & Finance Committee reviews bills payable at a recent meeting.
In the last 4 primaries, 1 AFSCME member in Precinct 1603 in Kankakee County cast a Democratic vote.
In the last 4 primaries, 1 AFSCME member in Precinct 1613 in Kankakee County cast a Democratic vote.
Bradley Finance and Insurance Committee reviews bills and accounts at a recent meeting.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signaled he is ready to jump on board with several parts of the proposed "grand bargain," yet remains staunchly opposed to other elements of it.
Kankakee County Highways and Buildings Committee receives reports on finances, buildings at a recent meeting.
Illinois lawmakers are considering a multibillion-dollar tax hike that the Illinois Policy Institute says may worsen the state’s already weakened economy.
Bradley Public Library District Board of Trustees hears committee reports at a recent meeting.