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Yearly Archives: 2019

La Comisionada de ICC María S. Bocanegra Nombrada Co-Vicedirectora del Comité de Agua NARUC

La Comisionada de ICC María S. Bocanegra Nombrada Co-Vicedirectora del Comité de Agua NARUC

En la 131º Junta Anual y Conferencia de Educación de Regulatory Utility Commissioners en San Antonio, Texas, la semana pasada, El pasado Presidente de NARUC, Nick Wagner, nombró a la… Read more »

Senator Iris Martínez Launches Bid for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County

Senator Iris Martínez Launches Bid for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County

Recently, the first Latina ever elected to the Illinois State Senate in 2002, announced her bid for Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, by submitting over 21,000 signatures…. Read more »

Gov. Pritzker Signs Legislation to Accelerate Implementation of Law Protecting Immigrant Youth

Gov. Pritzker Signs Legislation to Accelerate Implementation of Law Protecting Immigrant Youth

Governor JB Pritzker signed legislation to accelerate the implementation of Public Act 101-0121, a law signed on July 23, which allows immigrant youth to obtain Special J visas. “This law… Read more »

O’Hare Airport Workers Call on Chicago Department of Aviation to Launch Investigation

O’Hare Airport Workers Call on Chicago Department of Aviation to Launch Investigation

Joined by Illinois State Senators Ram Villivalam (8th District) and Robert Peters (13th District) and SEIU Local 1, Total Airport Services workers from O’Hare Airport gathered at Federal Plaza Monday… Read more »

Commissioner Anaya’s Amendment to the Cook County Budget Increasing Allocations to Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence Passes Unanimously

Commissioner Anaya’s Amendment to the Cook County Budget Increasing Allocations to Services for Survivors of Domestic Violence Passes Unanimously

The Cook County Board unanimously voted to approve Commissioner Alma Anaya’s budget amendment which will increase services for survivors of domestic violence. The Commissioner has made this issue a top… Read more »

Police Board Opens Nation-Wide Search for Chicago Police Superintendent

Police Board Opens Nation-Wide Search for Chicago Police Superintendent

Chicago Police Board President Ghian Foreman announced that the application for the position of Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department is now available on the Police Board’s website at ChicagoPoliceBoard.org…. Read more »

Triton College Annual Deck the Mounds Holiday Festival of Trees

Triton College Annual Deck the Mounds Holiday Festival of Trees

Mark your calendars for Triton College’s annual Deck the Mounds Holiday Festival of Trees, Thursday, Dec. 5, from 4-6:30 p.m. Deck the Mounds has become one the most anticipated events of… Read more »

ISBE Wants to Know What Educators, Parents Think about State Assessments

ISBE Wants to Know What Educators, Parents Think about State Assessments

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) wants to know what educators, parents, and other stakeholders think about state assessments. ISBE launched a survey to gather feedback on state and… Read more »

New Year? … New Career!

New Year? … New Career!

Get ready for a new career in 2020 by learning technical skills at Greater West Town. If you are low-income and over the age of 18, you may be eligible… Read more »

Huskie Pledge: A 3.0 High School GPA Could Be Your Ticket

Huskie Pledge: A 3.0 High School GPA Could Be Your Ticket

Illinois high school students who graduate this coming spring with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or above might now be able to reap the benefits of a generous financial aid program… Read more »