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UAW volunteers help Sauk Village President overcome barriers

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UAW volunteers help Sauk Village President overcome barriers

UAW volunteers help Sauk Village President overcome barriers The United Auto Works Ford Community Service Ramp Building Team and Bloom Township Disabled Services joined forces in Sauk Village at the home of Susan and Gerald Cook to build an access ramp for Gerald. Gerald Cook suffered a brain aneurysm which left him wheelchair bound.  Prior…

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$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced

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$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced

$17 million invested in Sauk Village announced Mayor Derrick Burgess is very pleased to hear that SET Enterprises in Sauk Village announced that they will be the very first in North America to have a Laser blanking line.  SET provides stamped parts for Ford Motor Company and has been in business in Sauk Village for…

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Nybo bill to increase transparency in State ethics investigations signed into law

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Nybo bill to increase transparency in State ethics investigations signed into law

Nybo bill to increase transparency in State ethics investigations signed into law ELMHURST — As more sexual harassment allegations surface in the Statehouse, State Sen. Chris Nybo (R-Elmhurst) cosponsored an initiative to help eliminate bias in the handling of legislative ethics complaints and give victims the confidence to step forward. With overwhelming bipartisan support, the…

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Musicians and Vocalists gather at The Jewish Theological Seminary for Interfaith Song, Prayer

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Musicians and Vocalists gather at The Jewish Theological Seminary for Interfaith Song, Prayer

Musicians and Vocalists gather at The Jewish Theological Seminary for Interfaith Song, Prayer Internationally renowned musicians and vocalists from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim backgrounds come together to sing and pray for the peace and future of the Holy City On June 20 at 7:30 p.m., The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) will host a unique gathering…

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Village of Bridgeview Announces SeatGeek Stadium

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Village of Bridgeview Announces SeatGeek Stadium

Village of Bridgeview Announces SeatGeek Stadium SeatGeek to take over naming rights for Toyota Park upon completion of 2018 Chicago Fire season BRIDGEVIEW, IL and NEW YORK, NY (April 19, 2018) — SeatGeek and the Village of Bridgeview today announced a partnership for the naming rights to SeatGeek Stadium, the venue currently known as Toyota…

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Cicero makes enhanced medical services available in emergencies

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Cicero makes enhanced medical services available in emergencies

Cicero makes enhanced medical services available in emergencies The Town of Cicero has signed a deal with Rush University Medical Center to make a specialized Mobile Stroke Unit available bolster medical services to stroke victims. The new unit will be available initially every day between the hours of 7 am until 7 pm but plans…

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Pappas: 39,100 Property Owners Must Pay Delinquent Taxes to Avoid Sale

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Pappas: 39,100 Property Owners Must Pay Delinquent Taxes to Avoid Sale

Pappas: 39,100 Property Owners Must Pay Delinquent Taxes to Avoid Sale Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas, one of the most popular elected officials in the State of Illinois, cautioned Thursday there is a large list of property owners in Cook County whose properties could be sold for delinquent taxes. Pappas said that nearly half, or…

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Assessor Joseph Berrios returns $1.8 million to schools, municipalities in South and Southwest Cook County

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Assessor Joseph Berrios returns $1.8 million to schools, municipalities in South and Southwest Cook County

Assessor Joseph Berrios returns $1.8 million to schools,  municipalities in South and Southwest Cook County Money is part of $30 million collected to date and more than $50 million billed through Erroneous Exemptions Program created by the Berrios administration CHICAGO – Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios has announced that the most recent return of money…

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Lincolnshire Republican Sukovic announces bid to run for 59th State Rep District

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Lincolnshire Republican Sukovic announces bid to run for 59th State Rep District

Lincolnshire Republican Sukovic announces bid to run for 59th State Rep District   Marko Sukovic, a Stevenson High School alum and graduating senior from the University of Illinois, has announced he is circulating petitions to run for state representative in Illinois’ 59th District. Sukovic has worked his way through college and has been a tireless…

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Tulsi Gabbard video argues DNC rigged presidential primary, damaged Party

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Tulsi Gabbard video argues DNC rigged presidential primary, damaged Party

Tulsi Gabbard video argues DNC rigged presidential primary, damaged Party Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) released a video last night again calling for major reform to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in response to an account written by Donna Brazile, the interim DNC chair who stepped in after Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was removed. Brazile’s account describes a rigged Democratic presidential nomination process. Earlier in the…

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Domino’s Pizza to hire 2,000 more in Chicagoland

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Domino’s Pizza to hire 2,000 more in Chicagoland

Domino’s Pizza to hire 2,000 more in Chicagoland 113 Chicagoland Domino’s® Locations to Hire 2,000 New Team Members. Open positions include delivery drivers, customer service representatives, assistant managers and general managers CHICAGO, Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Domino’s is looking to hire 2,000 new employees across 113 franchise-owned locations across Chicagoland. All of the new positions offered are for…

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Illinois children’s chances of success varies by County

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Illinois children’s chances of success varies by County

Illinois children’s chances of success varies by County 2017 ILLINOIS KIDS COUNT Data Book Shows That Despite Progress, The State Must Work Harder To Address The Barriers Facing Low-Income And Minority Children Voices for Illinois Children has released the 2017 ILLINOIS KIDS COUNT Data Book finding that Illinois children’s educational success drastically varies based on…

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