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O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions

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O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions

O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady steps up to recognize the 2020 students whose graduations have been disrupted because of restrictions intended to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. O’Grady, one of the most praised officials in the Orland region, said…

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Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings

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Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings

Orland Fire’s popular Coffee & Conversation resumes with virtual online meetings The Orland Fire Protection District will resume the popular and monthly Coffee & Conversation monthly meetings for residents and especially seniors in the Fire District. The event is co-hosted by Aishling Companion Home Care and participation does require downloading an App to permit your…

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Chicago resident on Navy assignment

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Chicago resident on Navy assignment

Chicago resident on Navy assignment Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Jeriel Butler, from Chicago, stirs cheese sauce in the aft galley aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) in the Atlantic Ocean April 26, 2020. The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group (HSTCSG) remains at sea in the Atlantic as a certified…

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

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Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary

Former prescription drug addict challenges do-nothing Bobby Rush in March 17 Democratic primary University of Chicago Law student Sarah Gad says her own personal experiences from seven years ago involving prescription drug addiction has motivated her to understand the challenges facing many Illinois residents and to support pro bono legal work for those in need….

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Lombard Woman Sentenced to 26 Years for Strangling Mother to Death

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Lombard Woman Sentenced to 26 Years for Strangling Mother to Death

Lombard Woman Sentenced to 26 Years for Strangling Mother to Death DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin announced today that a Lombard woman accused of killing her mother in 2018 has been sentenced to twenty-six years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. Stephanie DeFalco, 29, (d.o.b. 6/18/1989) formerly of 197 Grace Street, appeared in…

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Duckworth introduces law to crack down on illegal robocalls

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Duckworth introduces law to crack down on illegal robocalls

Duckworth introduces law to crack down on illegal robocalls U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth Thursday (May 2, 2019) introduced legislation that would crackdown on illegal robocalls, which she said have increased by more than 57 percent over the past year. Duckworth is proposing a petition to help get the legislation passed and she is asking members…

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