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OFPD to host forum March 29 addressing growing drug use dangers

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OFPD to host forum March 29 addressing growing drug use dangers

Orland Fire Protection District to host forum March 29 addressing growing drug use dangers Sports figures, Athletes, officials, first responders and community leaders will explore rising use of heroin, opioids and other drugs in Chicagoland region Orland Park – Heroin use continues to be a growing threat to communities and needs to be checked, community…

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Consumers ripped off by Cell phone companies

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Consumers ripped off by Cell phone companies

Consumers ripped off by Cell phone companies I share my horrific experience with Sprint. I have been a loyal Sprint customer for 15 years only to be treated like dirt when I asked for a change and inquired why new customers were receiving a lower cost for the same plan I was already receiving. Why…

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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Announces Ultimate Pop-Up Volcano Adventure

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Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Announces Ultimate Pop-Up Volcano Adventure

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Announces Ultimate Pop-Up Volcano Adventure Bucket list experience and first ever pop-up by Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts features an exploration of the world’s most active volcano, exclusive helicopter journey through hidden valleys and secluded beaches, and a night in a rainforest cottage hideaway Four Seasons Resort Hual?lai announces the first…

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Fighting oppressive taxes in Cook County

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Fighting oppressive taxes in Cook County

Fighting oppressive taxes in Cook County Published in the SW News Group Column March 9, 2017. Taxes continue to increase in Illinois and especially in Cook County that taxpayers have to take actions and consider ways to manage their spending to reduce the tax burden. In many cases, that means buying major items and groceries…

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Duckworth’s Bipartisan Bill to Support Illinois Jobs Unanimously Passes Senate

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Duckworth’s Bipartisan Bill to Support Illinois Jobs Unanimously Passes Senate

Duckworth’s Bipartisan Bill to Support Illinois Jobs Unanimously Passes Senate The legislation, Duckworth’s first proposal in the Senate, passes just 64 days after she was sworn in [WASHINGTON, DC] – Just 64 days after U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) was sworn in, the United States Senate unanimously passed the first bill she proposed in the…

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Madigan Introduces Bill Streamlining Administration of Lincoln Library

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Madigan Introduces Bill Streamlining Administration of Lincoln Library

Madigan Introduces Bill Streamlining Administration of Lincoln Library SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Following Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposal to make the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum into a freestanding institution in his proposed state budget, Speaker Michael J. Madigan is introducing legislation to improve the administration of the library, advancing an effort prioritized by both Rauner…

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Detroit-based Quicken Loans named among Top-10 places to Work by Fortune Magazine

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Detroit-based Quicken Loans named among Top-10 places to Work by Fortune Magazine

Detroit-based Quicken Loans named among Top-10 places to Work by Fortune Magazine Nation’s leading FinTech mortgage lender ranks in the top-30 of distinguished list for the 14th consecutive year Detroit-based Quicken Loans, the nation’s second largest retail mortgage lender, was today named America’s 10th best place to work in FORTUNE Magazine’s annual ranking of the “100…

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Victorian home damaged by fire restored to fine detail

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Victorian home damaged by fire restored to fine detail

Victorian home damaged by fire restored to fine detail The owner of a Victorian home in Chicago’s Ravenswood neighborhood that was severely damaged by fire offered enthusiastic praise and support to Restore Construction Inc., for its Commitment to detail in restoring the property to its original luster. Home was restored to its antique historical quality Chicago,…

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More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves”

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More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves”

More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves” When former presidential candidate and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development compared “slaves” to “immigrants,” he was roundly attacked by the media cabal of anti-Trump haters who look for anything to exaggerate, distort and twist to make the Trump administration look bad. But within a day, people discovered…

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Top jobs in America surpass $100,000 a year, new study

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Top jobs in America surpass $100,000 a year, new study

Top jobs in America surpass $100,000 a year, new study Glassdoor, the world’s most transparent job and recruiting marketplace, today announced the results of its newest jobs report identifying the 25 Highest Paying Jobs in America. Considering that nearly seven in ten (68 percent) people say that salary and compensation are among their top considerations…

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