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Orland Township Presents Seminars for Job Seekers

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Orland Township Presents Seminars for Job Seekers

Orland Township Presents Seminars for Job Seekers Learn the importance of social media and online skills when looking for employment Orland Township will offer two seminars to help residents update and adapt their skills for the current, online job market, according to the office of Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady. The seminars will be two…

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Seniors are pushed aside in Illinois COVID-19 vaccination program

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Seniors are pushed aside in Illinois COVID-19 vaccination program

Seniors are pushed aside in Illinois COVID-19 vaccination program Illinois isn’t even halfway through giving COVID-19 vaccinations to seniors and Gov. J.B. Pritzker is already talking about expanding the eligibility list for vaccinations to include others. The truth is we don’t have enough vaccinations to go around and what we have is being dished out…

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More Than 100 New COVID-19 Vaccination Locations Added

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More Than 100 New COVID-19 Vaccination Locations Added

More Than 100 New COVID-19 Vaccination Locations Added Meijer and Walmart now offering vaccines at a limited number of stores The number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination locations across Illinois continues to increase.  Since February 4, 2021, 134 new locations have been added to the list of COVID-19 vaccination sites open to the public for…

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Health groups questions longterm impact of COVID-19 vaccinations

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Health groups questions longterm impact of COVID-19 vaccinations

Health groups questions longterm impact of COVID-19 vaccinations The American Health Care Association (AHCA) and the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) sent a letter this week to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) asking for the CDC to quickly evaluate the vaccines’ effectiveness among the long term care population in both preventing…

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One of America’ oldest WWII veterans turns 102

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One of America’ oldest WWII veterans turns 102

One of America’ oldest WWII veterans turns 102 One of America’s Oldest WWII Veterans, Sidney Walton, Turning 102, to be Honored in Miami Beach! Pit Crew to Update Sidney’s “National No Regrets Tour” Vehicle Wrap from “101” to “102.”  Live! Starlite Hotel, 750 Ocean Dr, 8:00 am, Thurs, Feb 11.  Invited guests include Mayor Dan Gelber of Miami Beach Sidney Walton, 101,…

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Massive rise in COVID-19 infections slam Orland Park

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Massive rise in COVID-19 infections slam Orland Park

Massive rise in COVID-19 infections slam Orland Park Coronavirus hits alarming level with a surge of nearly 1,400 more infections in Orland Park just in the past month, as incompetent Mayor Keith Pekau continues to pander with his “Politics over People” party, hosting a $500-per-person fundraiser so he can turn his do-nothing four years in…

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“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy

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“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy

“Conspiradentalism” and the murder of John F. Kennedy The murder of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963 put a dark cloud over every Thanksgiving celebration since, especially given the failure of the government to convincingly resolve the mystery of who was behind the assassination and the accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. Many political…

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The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it

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The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it

The Coronavirus versus the “cost virus,” the public is paying for it As American’s continue to suffer through the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, the virus continues to create opportunities for industries like Cable TV for price gouging and requires fees for everything. It’s not subtle. But Americans are being forced to pay a steep price to…

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Orland Township to Host Senior Luncheons

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Orland Township to Host Senior Luncheons

Orland Township to Host Senior Luncheons Tickets go on sale Nov. 4 for Orland Townships popular Thanksgiving luncheon in mid-November hosted by Supervisor Paul O’Grady whose senior services have been showcased as among the best in the Southwest suburbs Orland Township’s popular senior luncheons are returning, starting with the Thanksgiving luncheon in mid-November followed by the holiday…

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

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Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days

Opinion: Orland Park COVID-19 cases doubled in past 60 days Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau is nurturing an environment which is dismissing the threat of the Coronavirus COVID-19 and reports from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Pekau, who apparently has a resistance to wearing a face mask, has argued that the rise in COVID-19…

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O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions

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O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions

O’Grady urges Orland Township residents to salute student graduates during virus restrictions Orland Township Supervisor Paul O’Grady steps up to recognize the 2020 students whose graduations have been disrupted because of restrictions intended to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. O’Grady, one of the most praised officials in the Orland region, said…

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I feel better just whining about it all

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I feel better just whining about it all

I feel better just whining about it all A look at the increasing hassles of life for baby boomers as they move from technology to the grocery deli islands, handicapped parking spaces and cramped airline seats. Life isn’t easy so why shouldn’t we complain about it? By Ray Hanania I’m not sure why I am…

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