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Research Shows Beauty Sleep is a Real Thing

Research Shows Beauty Sleep is a Real Thing

When it comes to your beauty routine, very few things are free, but sleep costs nothing and may be the closest thing to a fountain of youth. Dr. Manish Shah… Read more »

Chicago Legal Protection Fund Urge Illinois to Invest in Families

Chicago Legal Protection Fund Urge Illinois to Invest in Families

Less than a week after President Trump delivered a State of the Union address filled with anti-immigrant rhetoric, City of Chicago’s Legal Protection Fund organizations celebrate their continued commitment to… Read more »

Triton’s RSVP Offers Tax Counseling for Older Citizens

Triton’s RSVP Offers Tax Counseling for Older Citizens

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of West Suburban Cook and Southern DuPage Counties, sponsored by Triton College in River Grove, once again is offering the Internal Revenue Service’s… Read more »

Tips to Help Families Talk About Online Safety

Tips to Help Families Talk About Online Safety

Home will always be the foundation of any child’s learning, and healthy online habits are no different. Google’s Be Internet Awesome created a bilingual Family Guide and online safety tips… Read more »

CPS Students Took Part in Annual Science Fair at Brookfield Zoo

CPS Students Took Part in Annual Science Fair at Brookfield Zoo

Last week, nearly 165 students from 16 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) had the opportunity to showcase their engineering and science-based projects as a part of the Chicago Zoological Society’s annual… Read more »

Peoples Gas Hosts Winter Resource Fair to Help Chicagoans

Peoples Gas Hosts Winter Resource Fair to Help Chicagoans

U.S. Representative Bobby Rush (1st District) joined Peoples Gas and Community and Economic Development Association (CEDA) to host the 14th annual Winter Resource Fair at Gary Comer Youth Center, at… Read more »

Practica el Amor Propio Este Día de San Valentín

Practica el Amor Propio Este Día de San Valentín

Por: Ashmar Mandou ¿Que mejor celebración que el Día de San Valentín para enfocarnos en mostrar un poco de amor propio y compasión por ti mismo, un ser tan ocupado… Read more »

Latino Leadership Council Endorses Valencia and Patino

Latino Leadership Council Endorses Valencia and Patino

The Latino Leadership Council (LLC) announced its first two endorsements in the February 26th Municipal Elections: Anna Valencia for City Clerk of Chicago and Tanya Patino for Alderman of the… Read more »

City Breaks Ground on New Industrial Complex

City Breaks Ground on New Industrial Complex

Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Alderman Sue Sadlowski Garza (10th) and NorthPoint Development to break ground on a new $164 million industrial complex that will span 196 acres and generate more… Read more »

Gov. Pritzker Establishes New Justice, Equity and Opportunity Initiative Led by Lt. Gov. Stratton

Gov. Pritzker Establishes New Justice, Equity and Opportunity Initiative Led by Lt. Gov. Stratton

Surrounded by criminal justice reform advocates at the Safer Foundation, Governor JB Pritzker took executive action establishing the Justice, Equity and Opportunity (JEO) Initiative that will be housed under and… Read more »