Deborah Alexander, known as DeeBee at Sunny Hill Nursing Home of Will County, stands just to the left of the podium with the certificate she got for being what is believed to be the longest serving employee in county history.
What do you wish for when you’re turning 100? Diane Brozman’s wish was to get 100 birthday cards.
The first group of wheelchairs and those pushing them stepped off at 10 a.m., stopping briefly to mug for a camera before heading out to complete their walk.
Sunny Hill Nursing Home residents, staff and members of the Friends of Sunny Hill gathered in the lobby, anxiously awaiting the arrival of residents’ new ride.
A desire to work with senior citizens and having visited Sunny Hill Nursing Home of Will County to visit a friend’s relative made becoming the assistant adminstrator there a natural fit for Deirdre Manigo.
Sunny Hill Nursing Home of Will County has received a five-star rating from the national Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, putting it in the top 10 percent of nursing homes in Illinois.
Public Information Officer
Will County Executive Walsh seeking applicants for Will County representative on Metra Board of Directors
Will County Office Building Closed Labor Day Monday, September 2
Sunny Hill names new Administrator
Will County offers residents spay/neuter discount for pets in September
Solarize Chicagoland reaches third goal, lowering solar pricing
The Solarize Chicagoland group buy program surpassed its third goal when the 36th homeowner signed on to go solar.
Workforce Center of Will County, Village of Romeoville, Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce to host job fair Sept. 16
The Workforce Center of Will County will join with the Village of Romeoville and the Romeoville Area Chamber of Commerce to host a job fair from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, at Edward Hospital Athletic and Event Center, 55 Phelps Ave.