Miss a day, miss a lot, so take a moment to catch up on some of the past week's headlines from Oswego and beyond.
The village appointed Baxter and Woodman to evaluate alternative water sources, including a connection to Joliet's pipeline. Read more
Even though the eatery temporarily shut down after employees tested positive, a diner said they are putting "profits over people." Read more
The mosquito sample — collected on Thursday in Oswego — is among the ones found in ten other counties across Illinois. Read more
Diageo — with its largest North American bottling operation in Plainfield — is acquiring Aviation American Gin in a $610 million deal. Read more
Trustee Kevin Calkins voted against this extension as he is not in favor of displacing people for a roadway construction project. Read more
An Oswego resident said the OSD308 Board of Education has turned "our kids education into a game of politics and costs." Read more
Since its inception in 1970, the district has garnered multiple accolades and expanded its services over 1,000 acres of open space. Read more
As of Friday, Will Co. has a COVID-19 positivity rate of 7.1 percent, which is close to the warning level of 8 percent, according to IDPH. Read more
Jaden Sherman's mother, Janette, said the show of support from Plainfield and the neighboring communities "will never be forgotten." Read more
A total of four Oswego businesses received emergency funds of $10K and $20K through the state's Business Interruption Grant program. Read more
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