Taylor Babec Community Blood Drive hosted by
the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office
State’s Attorney Glasgow talks with WJOL’s Scott Slocum during a live broadcast at the Taylor Babec Community Blood Drive hosted by the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office. Heartland Blood Centers formally unveiled Taylor Babec’s picture on the side of one of its mobile coaches during a ceremony at the blood drive. Taylor, a 14-year-old Joliet resident, was diagnosed with lymphoma when she was 5 and required 22 blood transfusions during her long recovery. She is celebrating six years of living cancer-free. Her mother, Jennifer Babec, coordinates blood drives in her name to help other children with cancer.
The Illinois State Crime Commission on Wednesday honored Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow with a 2016 Career Achievement Award during its annual Salute To Those Who Make a Difference Awards Dinner.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announces that his office is hosting an art contest for high school students to raise awareness in our community about the deadly dangers of using heroin.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announced Thursday that a Morris man who shot and killed his 49-year-old uncle in September 2009 has been sentenced to 45 years in prison.
Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow and Terry D’Arcy, president of D’Arcy Automobiles, have teamed together to present the Spanish Community Center in Joliet with a new van to transport clients to and from various community programs and social services provided by the center.
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State’s Attorney Glasgow, Terry D’Arcy to join Spanish Community Center
for presentation, dedication of new Spanish Community Center van