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With a fiscal cliff looming, the Department of Employment Security said last month that a solution was necessary to help improve jobless rates.
New Lenox trustees Annette Bowden, Dave Smith and Ray Tuminello were the only people to file for the April 9 election. The filing period goes through Dec. 26.
The Olympia Fields Democrat was re-elected in November to the 40th state Senate seat, which represents parts of Chicago Heights, Flossmoor, Frankfort, Homewood and New Lenox.
The two Republicans beat out two Democratic challengers for the District 12 seats, which represent New Lenox and Mokena in Will County.
Don't forget to vote! Find your poll location and ballot summary in New Lenox.
If you have a question for the candidates, submit it in the comments section below and it could be asked during the televised Oct. 16 Town Hall Presidential Debate.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney met for their first debate. We surveyed influential Illinois politicians and guests at Patch watch parties, who say the president whiffed.
In the latest Land of Lincoln Blue survey issued by Patch, Democratic respondents said they thought President Obama did a great job, but loved President Clinton's speech more. They also said Republicans showed how "out of touch" they are.
In the latest Land of Lincoln Red survey issued by Patch, Republican respondents shared their opinions on the presidential election following the Republican National Convention.
The Heather Glen Townhomes development, located off Laraway Road just east of Schoolhouse Road, has a few residences occupied but has otherwise remained a ghost town since the housing market crash.
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