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Dr. Wilson donates face masks to Chicagoland’s Arab American Community

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Dr. Wilson donates face masks to Chicagoland’s Arab American Community

Dr. Wilson donates face masks to Chicagoland’s Arab American Community The Willie Wilson Foundation donated thousands of face masks and gloves to members of the Chicagoland Arab American and Muslim Community on Monday during a meeting at the Palestine Club Center in Bridgeview. Wilson has been supporting all of the ethnic communities and the Chicagoland…

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Treasurer Maria Pappas postpones collections to help coronavirus victims

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Treasurer Maria Pappas postpones collections to help coronavirus victims

Treasurer Maria Pappas postpones collections to help coronavirus victims Video Interview Below: Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas has launched an initiative to help taxpayer san property owners who have been economically impacted negatively by the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The Treasurer’s office will extend the period by two months in which property owners can pay their…

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Pritzker announces 330 new coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Illinois

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Pritzker announces 330 new coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Illinois

Pritzker announces 330 new coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Illinois Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said that the number of Coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Illinois increased by 330 and that there are three COVID-19 related deaths. The Governor also announced he was extending the deadline for income tax filings and providing a $90 million program to help…

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The politics of diseases, Coronavirus versus the Swine Flu

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The politics of diseases, Coronavirus versus the Swine Flu

The politics of diseases, Coronavirus versus the Swine Flu When you look at how the news media covered the Swine Flu in 2009 and President Obama’s seven month long response before declaring it a national emergency, and their coverage of President Trump and his two month response to the coronavirus, you can see how political…

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“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences

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“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences

“Unnecessary Farce” to bring laughter to Cicero audiences The comedy “Unnecessary Farce” is one of the first performances in what will be a revitalized arts schedule at Jedlicka Performing Arts Center at Morton College in Cicero, a comedy about nefarious small-town shenanigans “Unnecessary Farce,” a comedy about nefarious small-town shenanigans, will kick off a new…

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Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration

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Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration

Rep. Welch delivers keynote speech at Cicero MLK commemoration The Town of Cicero hosted a commemoration honoring the legacy and life of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the few Chicagoland suburbs that does more than just see Dr. King as a holiday day-off.  State Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch, of the 7th House…

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