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Morton District 201 Board President outlines priorities for coming term

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Morton District 201 Board President outlines priorities for coming term

Morton District 201 Board President outlines priorities for coming term The Morton High School District 201 Board Monday (May 4, 2015) approved a reorganization plan and outlined goals that continue to make student needs a priority for the district, Board President Jeffry Pesek said following the meeting. New and returning Board members were sworn into […]

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Village of Summit appoints temporary village president

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Village of Summit appoints temporary village president

Village of Summit Mayor Joseph Strzylczek has taken a temporary leave-of-absence to deal with health issues and the village board Monday night named Trustee Sergio Rodriguez as the temporary President-pro-Tempore of the board to act in the mayor’s place until he returns By the INN Staff Summit Trustee Rodriguez named Temporary President Pro-Tempore Mayor Joseph […]

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Man charged Sunday in beating death of 18-month old Cicero toddler

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Man charged Sunday in beating death of 18-month old Cicero toddler

Man charged Sunday in beating death of 18-month old Cicero toddler Martin Alvarado Jr., 23, charged in the murder of 18 month old Edwin Eli O’Reilly On Thursday April 9, 2015 the Cicero Police and Fire Dept. responded to a call of an unresponsive child in a home in the 1600 block of 49th Court. Edwin Eli O’Reilly, 18 months old, was […]

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Morton unveils strategy to tear down barriers for students

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Morton unveils strategy to tear down barriers for students

Morton unveils strategy to tear down barriers for students Hispanics benefit from stronger push for AP Programs under District 201 leadership Morton High School District 201 President Jeffry “Jeff” Pesek presented a detailed overview of how his school is able to create new opportunities for students, especially in achieving Advance Placement at a conference for […]

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Cicero moves to develop Comprehensive Development Plan

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Cicero moves to develop Comprehensive Development Plan

The Town of Cicero held its second public meeting to invite members of the public to offer their ideas and comments on the development of a new comprehensive plan for the development of the Town of Cicero. The Cicero Comprehensive Plan is a citywide effort to update the Town’s existing comprehensive plan and provide the […]

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Foster Speaks Out Against GOP Budget

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Foster Speaks Out Against GOP Budget

Washington, DC—Today, on the House floor, Congressman Bill Foster (IL-11) spoke out against the Republican budget proposal. Video of Foster’s speech is available here. Text of Foster’s remarks is below: Mr. Speaker, I rise today to speak out against the latest budget proposal from House Republicans. When Bill Clinton left office in 2001, our government […]

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Walgreens Pharmacy official to speak at OFPD Senior luncheon

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Walgreens Pharmacy official to speak at OFPD Senior luncheon

Walgreens Pharmacy official to be guest speaker at Fire District Senior luncheon A representative of Walgreen’s Pharmacy is scheduled to be the guest speaker at the Orland Fire Protection District’s Senior Advisory Council  luncheon. Also addressing the attendees will be Orland Fire Chief Ken Brucki, President District Board of Trustees President Jim Hickey and Cook […]

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Dominick: Cicero’s commitment to help animals is unshakable

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Dominick: Cicero’s commitment to help animals is unshakable

Waggin’ Tails is one of the BEST animal shelters in Chicagoland. Anyone in the public can see that simply by visiting the shelter and meeting the staff and spending time with the pets. Cicero’s President Larry Dominick is an animal lover and the Town has a solid commitment to provide the best care for all stray and […]

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OFPD approves hiring of nine firefighters

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OFPD approves hiring of nine firefighters

The Orland Fire Protection District approves hiring of nine firefighters; presents Citizens Award and receives recognition from Muscular Dystrophy Association at board meeting The Orland Fire Protection District (OFPD) board of trustees voted Tuesday to approve the hiring of nine firefighters. The proposed hirings will be supervised by the OFPD Board of Fire Commissioners who […]

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Chicago Mayor runs red light cutting off man in wheelchair

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By Ray Hanania If this were anyone else, they would be in jail today. A vehicle speeds through a red light at an intersection with a pedestrian crosswalk as an apparently disabled man in a motorized wheelchair tries to cross the street in a clearly designated pedestrian crosswalk. Most media reporting this incident and video […]

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