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Mile Long Bridge beam delivery continues in May on Central Tri-State (I-294) project

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Mile Long Bridge beam delivery continues in May on Central Tri-State (I-294) project

Mile Long Bridge beam delivery continues in May on Central Tri-State (I-294) project Beam deliveries escorted by State Police will impact travel on I-90, I-290, I-355, I-80, I-57 and I-294 Transport and delivery of bridge beams will continue in May for the Illinois Tollway’s new northbound Mile Long Bridge on the Central Tri-State Tollway (I-294)…

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Oberweis offers Speaker Pelosi ice cream if she goes to Washington D.C. to help small businesses

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Oberweis offers Speaker Pelosi ice cream if she goes to Washington D.C. to help small businesses

Oberweis offers Speaker Pelosi ice cream if she goes to Washington D.C. to help small businesses Jim Oberweis, candidate for Congress in the 14th District, said he would send U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi ice cream, from his ice cream business, if she would go to Washington D.C. to develop and support support for small businesses…

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E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce

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E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce

E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked to Romaine Lettuce Do not buy or eat romaine lettuce from the Salinas growing region The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Department of Agriculture (USDA), as well as public…

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Cicero celebrates Mexican Independence Day Parade

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Cicero celebrates Mexican Independence Day Parade

Cicero celebrates Mexican Independence Day Parade By Alejandra Herrera President Larry Dominick, the Cicero Board of Trustees together with The Cicero Mexican Cultural Committee, CMCC, hosted the annual Mexican Independence Day Parade. The parade took place Sunday, September 15th, starting at Cermak and Austin. As early as 11:30am all the floats and participants were ready…

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Chicagoland activists fight Amazon fires in Brazil

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Chicagoland activists fight Amazon fires in Brazil

Chicagoland activists fight Amazon fires in Brazil Local members of the climate emergency group, Extinction Rebellion, and allied groups  Greenpeace, Rising Tide, Indivisible, as well as concerned individuals gathered for a protest outside the Brazilian Consulate to express and demonstrate solidarity with the indigenous  people being adversely affected by the fires being set by farmers,…

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Geja’s Café Debuts Giro d’Italia – A Tour of Italy Wine Festival

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Geja’s Café Debuts Giro d’Italia – A Tour of Italy Wine Festival

Geja’s Café Debuts Giro d’Italia – A Tour of Italy Wine Festival A three-month wine festival that features 18 carefully selected wines from 17 wine regions of Italy for a full-bodied experience all can enjoy Chicago’s oldest wine bar, Geja’s Café, perfectly nestled at 340 W. Armitage Ave, is welcoming the upcoming fall season with…

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