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Tuesday, January 17, 2017
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Roy Strong is still in the race for mayor in the April 4 Consolidated Election; and Mike Russi, Randy Hill and Dave Melhorn will be allowed to run for Park District commissioner. Three of these four nominating petition challenges were thrown out for not being proper and complete. What remained of the fourth was not considered significant enough to keep the candidate off of the ballot for the spring election.



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Braidwood Journal
Reed-Custer ranks in Top 100
The Reed-Custer School District is one of the top 100 public school academic providers in the state, according to rankings released by the Niche website.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017
City Council approves new reimbursement procedures
City employees who travel then submit receipts for reimbursement will have some new rules to follow in 2017.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017
Coal City Courant
New year brings reflection, renewed vision
A lot has been accomplished in Ed Pacchetti's eight-year term as mayor of Carbon Hill, and he says there's still more work to be done.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Entries being accepted for Baby Valentine Contest
The GFWC-IL Coal City Junior Woman's Club is sponsoring the Baby Valentine 2017 Contest. The contest is open to children from birth to 2 years old. There are prizes for first, second and third place. Each participant will receive a participation gift for entering the contest.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Free Press Advocate
WAHS seeks landmark status for old city hall
The Wilmington Area Historical Society is asking city officials to allow the old city hall building on North Main Street to become a Will County historic landmark. The city is the owner of the building, and the historical society uses it as a meeting place and museum of local artifacts.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Finally: New home construction breaks free
Nine new homes were started in Wilmington in 2016 - as many as were built in the last four years combined. It's still a far cry from the 30 to 40 homes that were added to the community in the middle of the last decade, but its a trend in a positive direction, and one that follows what's happening in the region.

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
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