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Government, Local Connections
Health department officials say it was one of two that made its way in; tenant urged to get rabies treatment.
Government, Police & Fire, Graduation, Awareness
The defense finished up its case in the Drew Peterson murder trial without the star player testifying.
As we start a new week, it's always good to get caught up on state politics. Here's an easy guide to what happened last week.
Illinois Republicans are trying to tell voters that a vote for any Democrat this fall is a vote for House Speaker Michael Madigan.
The GOP Senate candidate from Missouri came up during the Multi-County Young Republican Conference in Yorkville on Tuesday.
Government, Police & Fire
The sheriff's department gave Patch the list of Drew Peterson's visitors. Who's been dropping by the jail to see the accused wife killer? Not his mom.
Patch surveyed local Democrats and Republicans about the impact of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan's selection as Mitt Romney's GOP running mate.
Troy School District 30C officials will meet with Joliet's land use committee Thursday to discuss the possibility of building a school campus at Essington and Glenwood.
Government, Local Connections, Summer
The Joliet City Council issued a license for the Carson and Barnes Circus to put on shows Wednesday and Thursday at the Louis Joliet Mall.
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