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Lyons Music in the Park continues thru August 28

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Lyons Music in the Park continues thru August 28

Lyons Music in the Park continues thru August 28 The Village of lyons contoinues it’s weekly musical entertainment, Music in the Park, from 6 PM until 9 PM every Wednesday at Veterans Park, 4100 Lawndale Avenue. The Music in the Park is a part of Village President Christopher Getty’s program to strengthen community and neighborhood…

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First Degree Murder charges filed against gang member in Cicero shooting death

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First Degree Murder charges filed against gang member in Cicero shooting death

First Degree Murder charges filed against gang member in Cicero shooting death Two men from Cicero were walking along the street at the 2200 Block of Central Avenue in Cicero on Saturday night, July 13 at around 9:30 PM when a Black Hummer with four passengers, three young men and one woman stopped in traffic…

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Suburban Chicagoland grows to more than 1 million views per month

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Suburban Chicagoland grows to more than 1 million views per month

Suburban Chicagoland grows to more than 1 million views per month American suburban focused online newspaper celebrates its 8th Year Anniversary as an independent publication serving the Chicagoland suburbs. Readership continues to grow. Suburban Chicagoland’s viewership has surpassed more than 1 million views per month, according to our hosting site GoDaddy. The increase in the…

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I don’t need a day to remember my father

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I don’t need a day to remember my father

I don’t need a day to remember my father George John Hanania was a great guy and a phenomenal father, for the 16 years that I knew him. My dad fled the Holy Land in 1926 to get away from the hatred that consumed both Arabs and Jews. An older brother Joseph drowned in the…

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Countryside Navy Recruit teaching students

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Countryside Navy Recruit teaching students

Photo: Countryside Navy Recruit teaching students Boatswain’s Mate 1st Class Cory Van Beveren, from Countryside, Ill., assigned to USS Constitution, teaches students at New Hanover High School how to tie knots during Wilmington Navy Week. Wilmington is one of the selected cities to host a 2019 Navy Week, a week dedicated to raising U.S. Navy…

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Pekau is way off base in starting fight with Gorman

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Pekau is way off base in starting fight with Gorman

Pekau is way off base in starting fight with Gorman The mudslinging battle to elect three trustees in Orland Park has taken another ugly turn over the issue of vicious but anonymous robocalls as Mayor Keith Pekau widens his list of enemies by taking shots this time at Liz Gorman, the centrist populist who made…

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