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Monday, May 20, 2019
Kankakee Community College recently announced two professors as the winners of the 2016 Outstanding Faculty Award.
The Momence City Council is considering changing fees associated with golf cart licenses.
Gov. Bruce Rauner has announced a new, private nonprofit organization that is taking the reins of the state's economic development initiative.
Kankakee Community College is displaying 82 works from 41 students until April 28 at the KCC art gallery.
Momence will conduct this year's inspections and registrations for golf carts and other off-highway recreational vehicles over several dates this May.
Momence Mayor Mick Porter announced Monday that the city has officially switched its sewer and water bill pay system over to GovPay.
The Manteno Committee of the Whole met Monday, April 4, at the Leo T. Hassett Community Center to examine an early version of the 2016-17 village budget.
ComEd is hoping that a new policy change favoring businesses will spur growth and interest across northern Illinois.
The City of Kankakee planning board met Jan. 26 at the Donald E. Green Public Safety Center.
The Momence Budget and Finance Committee will meet tonight at the city offices to discuss the bills to be paid at the next city council meeting.
Mayor Mick Porter recently announced various changes concerning local access to Momence City Hall in his 'From the Mayor's Desk' newsletter.
St. Anne President David O'Connell delivered his president's report on Feb. 8.
The Momence City Council approved a new computer server for the Momence Police Department during a regular meeting on March 7.
The Kankakee City Council met Feb. 21 at the Donald E. Green Public Safety Center to vote on issuing $7 million in general obligation bonds.
The Bradley School District 61 board of education approved the display of several policy changes during a Jan. 21 meeting at the district offices.
The Kankakee County Community Services Committee discussed the county's assessed value during its regular meeting on Feb. 24.
The Kankakee County Finance Committee discussed its credit card policy on Jan. 26, in the wake of a security breach.
The Bradley village board met Feb. 8 at the Bradley Municipal Building to discuss the village's participation in an electricity aggregation agreement.
The Momence City Council approved a loan through the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency on Jan. 18 that will help finance a new water pipeline project on the south side of the city.
The Village of Bradley voted Monday to adopt a 1,000-hour standard for inclusion in its pension program.