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Chicago Bears Football Camp Returns

Chicago Bears Football Camp Returns

Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps provide safe, non-contact football instruction for kids ages 6 to 14 years old. Led by professional, USA Football-certified coaches, kids learn to run, throw, catch,… Read more »

Protect Yourself from Scammers

Protect Yourself from Scammers

By: Gianna Gaza Jennifer Leach, the assistant director of the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Consumer and Business Education, often talks to individuals about their fears of credit theft and… Read more »

Metra seeks officers for police department

Metra seeks officers for police department

Metra is now recruiting a new group of officers to serve in its reorganized and reinvigorated Police Department, whose primary mission is to safeguard the lives of Metra commuters and… Read more »

Illinois Utilities Come Together to Create More Opportunities for Diverse Suppliers

Illinois Utilities Come Together to Create More Opportunities for Diverse Suppliers

Illinois utility leaders announced recently the formation of the Illinois Utilities Business Diversity Council designed to grow business opportunities for diverse suppliers through closer collaboration, technical development and sharing of… Read more »

U-Verse with AT&T Gigapower Launches in Chicago

U-Verse with AT&T Gigapower Launches in Chicago

This week, AT&T is fulfilling a commitment it announced in May to bring U-verse® with AT&T GigaPowerSM to residential and small business locations in parts of the City of Chicago… Read more »

Low-Wage Workers Celebrate Pay Increase

Low-Wage Workers Celebrate Pay Increase

By: Ashmar Mandou Minimum wage workers rejoiced Wednesday morning as the City increased the wage to $10 an hour, taking the initial step towards $13 an hour in 2019, a… Read more »

29th Annual Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference

29th Annual Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference

The Women’s Business Development Center, headquartered here, will present its 29th Annual Entrepreneurial Woman’s Conference on Wednesday, September 2, 2015, from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Chicago’s McCormick Place-West,… Read more »

ComEd Launches Summer Internship Program

ComEd Launches Summer Internship Program

This summer, ComEd is hiring more than 250 students through its annual summer internship program providing local teens with hands-on job training and career experience. ComEd is committed to engaging… Read more »

Illinois Immigrants Protest Budget Cuts

Illinois Immigrants Protest Budget Cuts

By: Ashmar Mandou Now that the State of Illinois has begun a new fiscal year without a state budget for community services, the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights,… Read more »

A Summer Filled with Hope

A Summer Filled with Hope

Gift of Hope, Eva by Evelyn Swimwear and Chicago Latino TV invite you to attend the third annual A Summer Filled with Hope charity fashion show in support of Latino… Read more »