Posts Tagged “Chicago suburbs”

US Transportation Secretary Buttigieg invited to tour Chicagoland

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US Transportation Secretary Buttigieg invited to tour Chicagoland

US Transportation Secretary Buttigieg invited to tour Chicagoland NEWMAN, GARCIA, DURBIN AND DUCKWORTH LEAD IL DELEGATION LETTER INVITING SECRETARY BUTTIGIEG TO TOUR CHICAGOLAND AREA. As Secretary Buttigieg tours the country for President Biden’s American Jobs Plan, the delegation letter invites him to Illinois, a national and international hub of transportation activity  U.S. Representatives Marie Newman (D-IL-03)…

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Wolves rally for shoot-out win over Milwaukee Admirals

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Wolves rally for shoot-out win over Milwaukee Admirals

Wolves rally for shoot-out win over Milwaukee Admirals Gage Quinney and Patrick Brown converted in the shootout to lead the Chicago Wolves to a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Admirals on Sunday afternoon at Allstate Arena. Brown scored twice in regulation for the Wolves (2-3-1-0) while 21-year-old goaltender Dylan Ferguson (1-0-0) earned the victory in…

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Chicago suburban rents rising, nationwide trend

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Chicago suburban rents rising, nationwide trend

Chicago suburban rents rising, nationwide trend As rent becomes more expensive, renters are starting to look for cheaper housing options outside downtown cores, prompting rent payments to rise faster in the suburbs than in urban areas, according to a new Zillow® report. For the first time in four years, suburban rents are rising faster than…

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In Suburbs vs Chicago, the city needs to improve

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In Suburbs vs Chicago, the city needs to improve By Ray Hanania I don’t hate the people of Chicago, but I do worry about the city where they live. The fact that everyday at least one or two people are murdered on the streets of the city is enough to cause worry. You can’t blame…

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Great teachers are hard to find

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Great teachers are hard to find. Chicagoland schools in the city and the suburbs are deficient and not doing their jobs. A major responsibility falls on the teachers, whoa re not doing enough, and the excessive focus and resource commitments to school administrations. Cut the administrations and grade teachers for their work By Ray Hanania…

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