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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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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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Madame Tussauds launches Skull Island jungle experience

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Madame Tussauds launches Skull Island jungle experience

Madame Tussauds launches Skull Island jungle experience Today, Madame Tussauds New York and Madame Tussauds London in partnership with Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures have officially unleashed KONG: Skull Island, an all-new, multi-sensory experience based on the upcoming film hitting theaters March 10th.  The iconic Times Square attraction now offers its intrepid guests the…

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Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

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Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs

Court orders Ochoa to pay Town of Cicero for lawsuit costs Appellate Court orders newly appointed MPEA Board Trustee to pay court fees in failed political intimidation lawsuit (Cicero, Illinois) — The Illinois Appellate Court Friday ordered newly appointed Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA) Trustee Juan Ochoa to pay $21,202.90 to reimburse the Town…

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Oak Lawn Cub Scouts Rev It Up in Derby

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Oak Lawn Cub Scouts Rev It Up in Derby

Cub Scout Pack 3619 of St. Gerald Parish located in Oak Lawn took to the track today for their Pinewood Derby Race. The annual event is always a favorite for both scouts and parents each year. Today was the first time the scouts raced with a new track along with computer software that automatically records…

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Chicago Wolves Bring Read to Succeed To Library’s

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Chicago Wolves Bring Read to Succeed To Library’s

The Chicago Wolves Hockey team is once again visiting local library’s to help promote reading to their young fans. Targeting students in kindergarten through eighth grade, the Read to Succeed program serves as a reward and inspiration for students to excel at existing or new reading programs at school. The Wolves supply posters and free…

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Body Found in Chicago’s River North Parking Garage

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Body Found in Chicago’s River North Parking Garage

January 17, 2017 By Steve Neuhaus @steveneuhaus60   An unidentified body has been found in a parking garage at 300 N. LaSalle in Chicago. Just before 6 a.m., police and fire crews responded to the 11th floor of the parking garage. The cause of death was unknown, police said, and no further information was immediately…

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Poll: Thanksgiving not Thanksgiving without turkey

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Poll: Thanksgiving not Thanksgiving without turkey

Poll: Thanksgiving not Thanksgiving without turkey Carrying on Tradition around the Thanksgiving Table . 7 in 10 Americans agree it is not a proper Thanksgiving unless there’s a turkey on the table Thanksgiving is just around the corner and Americans across the country are planning what to serve, who they’ll dine with, and where they’ll eat….

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Steven Tyler receives UN Humanitarian Award

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Steven Tyler receives UN Humanitarian Award

Steven Tyler receives UN Humanitarian Award Steven Tyler to receive 2016 Humanitarian Award at the United Nations Ambassadors’ Ball Legendary rocker honored for Janie’s Fund – his work with Youth Villages The Hospitality Committee for United Nations Delegations has named Steven Tyler the recipient of its 2016 Humanitarian Award. Tyler will be honored at the Ambassadors’…

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Gizmos Fun Factory Now Open

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Gizmos Fun Factory Now Open

Gizmos Fun Factory Now Open Gizmos Fun Factory now open in Orland Park. Manufacturing Game-Changing Family Fun, Close to Home Fun for the whole family isn’t a contradiction anymore! The ideal getaway—you, know, the virtually impossible vacation where everyone truly has a blast—opened Friday and is conveniently located for Chicago and south suburban residents. Gizmos Fun…

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