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Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski

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Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski

Tribute to fighter behind a Chicagoland success story, RoseMarie Lipinski Court of Claims Judge RoseMarie Lipinski, nee Lapinski, attorney and wife of former alderman and Congressman Bill Lipinski, passed away late Sunday night July 11, 2021 at age 83 after a long illness. RoseMarie Lipinski, the mother of two children Laura and Dan, and two grandchildren…

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Video Documentary: Mansour Tadros Coronavirus funeral March 31

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Video Documentary: Mansour Tadros Coronavirus funeral March 31

Video Documentary: Mansour Tadros Coronavirus funeral March 31 Mansour Tadros died on March 28 as a result of the coronavirus and was buried in a “social distancing” funeral on March 31 at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. This is a video of the funeral in which mourners were forced by social distancing requirements set by the nation…

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Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community

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Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community

Mansour Tadros mourned by Arab American community Leaders of the Arab American community mourned the death of Mansour Tadros who published one of the midwest’s most popular bi-lingual Arab American newspapers, The Future News. Tadros died on Saturday, March 28, 2020, as a result of a suspected coronavirus infection. Tadros was released from the hospital…

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Town of Cicero commemorates sacrifice of veteran who died at Pearl Harbor

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Town of Cicero commemorates sacrifice of veteran who died at Pearl Harbor

Town of Cicero commemorates sacrifice of veteran who died at Pearl Harbor The Town of Cicero placed a Wreath at the Memorial Stone set up to honor the service of Cicero resident Joseph Philip Steffan, 32, who died during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941 while serving on the U.S.S. Arizona,…

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Landscape Structures Provide Function and Beauty

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Landscape Structures Provide Function and Beauty

Landscape Structures Provide Function and Beauty By Melinda Myers Incorporate arbors, trellises and other structures into your designs when planning new or updating existing gardens and landscapes. These structures help form the framework of any garden, add year-round interest and provide years of beauty and function. Utilize arbors to define and connect distinct areas of…

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J.B. Pritzker’s income tax shell game

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J.B. Pritzker’s income tax shell game

J.B. Pritzker’s income tax shell game Once again, Pritzker thinks money will not only buy him into statewide office but it will also pull the wool over the eyes of Illinois taxpayers. Pritzker’s new income tax plan changes the flat tax to a graduated tax that would open the door to significant tax increases on…

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Mayor Getty and community mourn Trustee Greg Ramirez passing

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Mayor Getty and community mourn Trustee Greg Ramirez passing

Mayor Getty and community mourn Trustee Greg Ramirez passing Mayor Christopher Getty has Closed the Lyons Village Hall and suspended Garbage Service for Monday, January 28th in a Call for Mourning of Trustee Greg Ramirez “It is with deep regret that we share the news of the passing of Village of Lyons Trustee Gregory F….

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Miriam Zayed passing mourned by Chicagolands Arab, Muslim community

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Miriam Zayed passing mourned by Chicagolands Arab, Muslim community

Miriam Zayed passing mourned by Chicagolands Arab, Muslim community Local activist fought for the rights of Arabs and Muslims in the Chicagoland area and also for the rights of all in mainstream American politics. Miriam Zayed was among one of the first two Arab Americans in Chicagoland to run for public elective office in the…

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Longtime Lebanese American activist Jackie Haddad passes

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Longtime Lebanese American activist Jackie Haddad passes Jackie Haddad worked behind-the-scenes on behalf of the influential Lebanese and Arab American communities to raise funds for the needy, helped to lead and organize the annual conferences of the Midwest Federation of American Syrian & Lebanese Clubs, and was active in her local community in Elmhurst where…

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WMAQ TV Reporter Warner Saunders passes away at 83

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WMAQ TV Reporter Warner Saunders passes away at 83

WMAQ TV Reporter Warner Saunders passes away at 83 Iconic African American television journalist Warner Saunders dies. Saunders was a brilliant reporter who fairly covered the news and sympathized with those who were oppressed. By Ray Hanania Warner Saunders was almost one-of-a-kind. Not only was he a true journalist, he was also a genuine human…

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