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ComEd and municipal confusion grows faster than bills with aggregation

ComEd and municipal confusion grows faster than bills with aggregation By Ray Hanania For many years, ComEd was the consumer’s boogeyman, the stepchild of an even bigger boogeyman, Exelon. The relationship fueled consumer skepticism about the big-bad utility company, all a part of a financial shell game where Exelon spit-off ComEd as the poverty-stricken step-child, […]

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Harlem Irving Plaza Announces Four New Store Openings for Spring/Summer 2014

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Harlem Irving Plaza Announces Four New Store Openings for Spring/Summer 2014

Harlem Irving Plaza Announces Four New Store Openings for Spring/Summer 2014 NORRIDGE, Ill., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Stores opening in Spring/Summer 2014 include Vans, XSport Fitness, Charlotte Russe and World Kitchen.  This new announcement comes on the heels of the center’s most recent news of its lateral expansion that opened earlier this year which added 4.5 square acres […]

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Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes

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Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes

Cicero abates $8.2 million to hold down property taxes By Ray Hanania The Town of Cicero Board approved the abatement of $8.2 million in an action recently to help hold down property taxes for Cicero property owners. Had the abatement not been approved, property taxes would have increased $8.2 million. Since his election as Town […]

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Orland Fire District hosts training for the International Association of Arson Investigators

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Orland Fire District hosts training for the International Association of Arson Investigators The Orland Fire Protection District (OFPD), working in conjunction with the Illinois Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI), coordinated a two-day training seminar last week on the latest techniques to investigate vehicle fires. The Fire District hosted 140 professionals from across the […]

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More than 1,750 Mayors Unite to Recognize Impact of National Service

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More than 1,750 Mayors Unite to Recognize Impact of National Service Number of Participating Mayors Doubles Last Year’s Total More than 1,750 mayors from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico are standing together in support of AmeriCorps and Senior Corps by participating in the second annual Mayors Day of […]

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Work on I-55 at Des Plaines River Near Channahon has resumed

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Work on I-55 at Des Plaines River Near Channahon has resumed

Work on I-55 at Des Plaines River Near Channahon has resumed The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced that weather permitting, work will resume on the bridges that carry I-55 over the Des Plaines River between Arsenal Road and Bluff Road near Channahon. Drivers should expect temporary nighttime lane closures on southbound I-55 from March […]

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OFPD provides CPR Training to Bridge Teen Center staff

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OFPD provides CPR Training to Bridge Teen Center staff Officials of the Orland Fire Protection District provided a hands-on training session for the administrators and the staff of the Bridge Teen Center Monday in using the AED, Automated External Defibrillator which can increase the chances of survival for victims of heart related emergencies. The Foundation […]

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Cicero approves credit card payments for services & fees

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Cicero approves credit card payments for services & fees The Town of Cicero Board Tuesday approved a contract to begin accepting payments by credit cards to cover costs for services. The new contract was bid out and Vantiv, a credit card processing company based in Cincinnati, Ohio was selected from five companies that submitted bids. […]

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Orland Township now on TV, YouTube

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Orland Township now on TV, YouTube By Megan St. John For many people, the hardest part about being in front of a camera isn’t memorizing your lines- it’s beating the heat.  The little lights that stand politely out of frame appear to be simple accessories, merely illuminating the scene.  One would never suspect these tiny […]

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Cicero unveils new memorial to Pearl Harbor attack, honors local hero of USS Arizona

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Cicero unveils new memorial to Pearl Harbor attack, honors local hero of USS Arizona

Cicero unveils new memorial to Pearl Harbor attack, honors local hero of USS Arizona The Town of Cicero unveiled a new memorial honoring American Military Veterans who served and fought at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Cicero resident Joseph Philips Steffan (click here for more information) was killed while serving on the USS Arizona, […]

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