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New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers

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New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers

New Cubs inspired musical “Miracle” rolls out weekly events and special offiers From participating in Chicago Cubs Trivia Night to scoring a Family Four Pack deal, sports and theatre fans of all ages can now enjoy unique weekly programming at this hit production. MIRACLE, the hit Chicago musical set against the backdrop of the Chicago…

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2nd Candidate to challenge Lipinski in March 2020

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2nd Candidate to challenge Lipinski in March 2020

2nd Candidate to challenge Lipinski in March 2020 Rush Darwish declares run for US Congress IL-3 at packed rally in Palos Hills, focuses on grassroots support and taking down Trump At a Saturday, June 15 rally at Moraine Valley Community College to launch his congressional campaign for the 3rd District of Illinois, small business owner…

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Summit TIF hearing heats up

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Summit TIF hearing heats up

Summit TIF hearing heats up Residents question need for district along Harlem By Steve Metsch Things got a bit heated Monday afternoon during a hearing about a proposed Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District in Summit. The area is on the west side of Harlem Avenue, stretching from the railroad tracks on the north to 63rdStreet…

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Lawsuit filed in Lyons SD 103

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Lawsuit filed in Lyons SD 103

Lawsuit filed in Lyons SD 103 Molina charges union head Jackman with defamation  By Steve Metsch Al Molina, the soon-to-be former principal of Robinson School in Lyons, has filed in Cook County Circuit Court a defamation of character lawsuit against teacher union president Toni Jackman, seeking at least $800,000 in damages. In the lawsuit, Molina…

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Lipinski pushes to add Poland to US Visa Waiver program

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Lipinski pushes to add Poland to US Visa Waiver program

Lipinski pushes to add Poland to US Visa Waiver program Lipinski Praises Step Forward Towards Admitting Poland to the Visa Waiver Program as Polish President Visits U.S. House to review Polish Visa Waicver legislation introduced by U.S. Congressman Dan Lipinski. Chicago and its suburbs have one of the largest concentrations of Polish Americans Under current…

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State cautions residents about Blue-Green Algae threat in lakes

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State cautions residents about Blue-Green Algae threat in lakes

State cautions residents about Blue-Green Algae threat in lakes Illinois Officials Caution Residents Recreating in Illinois Lakes or Rivers to be Aware of Blue-Green Algae As temperatures begin to rise, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Public Health are reminding residents to be cautious if they are planning activities on Illinois lakes and…

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