Posts Tagged “Chicagoland”

Wolves add first-rounder Bokk

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Wolves add first-rounder Bokk

Wolves add first-rounder Bokk The Chicago Wolves announced Saturday that forward Dominik Bokk has been assigned to the team for the upcoming 2020-21 season by the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes. The 20-year-old Bokk was selected by the St. Louis Blues with the 25th pick in the first round of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft,…

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Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2

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Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2

Annual SouthSide pitch extended to Sept. 2 Calling all South Side business owners! This is your last chance to apply for this year’s small business competition, South Side Pitch. Are you interested in a chance to compete for a top prize of $8,000? Would you like to expose your business to potential customers throughout Chicago? If…

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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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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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A Comment on Past and Present Veteran Behavior

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A Comment on Past and Present Veteran Behavior

A comment on Past and Present Veteran behavior By Jerry Field  On occasion there are stories and articles that are in keeping with a special day. Memorial Day is one Day that is a special day for all Military and Veterans, and their families and friends.  Heidi Anderson of the Novo Group, Inc. in Milwaukee…

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Chicago Cultural Alliance offers wide range of ethnic programs

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Chicago Cultural Alliance offers wide range of ethnic programs

Chicago Cultural Alliance offers wide range of ethnic programs As usual, we have a ton of events for you to enjoy all around Chicago. Our online event listing is chock full of events hand picked just for you, including exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, workshops, and more! It’s been hot out, so we’re taking a quick…

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Chicagoland authors autograph books at Printer’s Row Festival June 9-10

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Chicagoland authors autograph books at Printer’s Row Festival June 9-10

Chicagoland authors autograph books at Printer’s Row Festival June 9-10 Local Chicagoland authors Molly Page, Kathleen Dragan, Jessica Mlinaric, Sarah Parisi, and Ellen Shubart will be signing their books at the Printer’s Row Lit Fest. The festival is set for Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10 starting at 10 am. Admission is free and…

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ComEd Readies for Severe Weather Across Northern Illinois

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ComEd Readies for Severe Weather Across Northern Illinois

ComEd Readies for Severe Weather Across Northern Illinois ComEd, the energy company, encourages customers in Chicagoland to be safe and report outage information via text or call in the face of heavy storms headed to Chicagoland and the suburbs Wednesday May 2, 2018 ComEd is closely monitoring and preparing for severe weather that may affect…

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FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes July 19

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FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes July 19

FBI Citizens Advisory Committee to honor Community Heroes July 19 Join the FBI Citizens Academy in celebrating the “Community Heroes among us!” Program. The FBICCAAA is honoring five (5) individuals, teams or organizations and one (1) canine as “Community Heroes” for their efforts to combat crime, terrorism, drugs and violence to make our communities stronger,…

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Royal George Theater presents the magic of the Rozenkranz Mysteries

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Royal George Theater presents the magic of the Rozenkranz Mysteries

Royal George Theater presents the magic of the Rozenkranz Mysteries Due to Popular Demand, Dr. Ricardo Rosenkranz Returns on March 27 to the Royal George Theatre in The Rosenkranz Mysteries: Physician Magician A premier evening of theatrical magic sprinkled with thought provoking ideas, Dr. Rosenkranz brings back his popular 2016 production, now enhanced with several all-new illusions….

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Two Major Chicagoland Construction Groups Merge

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Two Major Chicagoland Construction Groups Merge

Two Major Chicagoland Construction Groups Merge Tuhowski III: “We will be using our combined resources and strength to help our members and better the industry.” Two of the largest Chicagoland general contractor’s associations announced this week the two have merged effective January 1, 2018 to become the Chicagoland Associated General Contractors (CAGC). The former Builders…

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War heats up between Lipinski and challenger Newman

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War heats up between Lipinski and challenger Newman

War heats up between Lipinski and challenger Newman Congressman Dan Lipinski is facing a stiff challenge from popular newcomer Marie Newman in the March 20, 2018 Democratic primary for the 3rd Congressional District. Both candidates released lists of endorsements on Wednesday with Lipinski receiving support from 30 mayors in the district and Newman receiving the…

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