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Tips to Help Choose Your Health Plan During Open Enrollment

Tips to Help Choose Your Health Plan During Open Enrollment

By: Tom Kunst, CEO, UnitedHealthcare of Illinois Edited by Lawndale Bilingual News Open enrollment season is here, a time when nearly 9.5 million people in Illinois and millions of Americans… Read more »

How to Live Life Like You’re On a Treasure Hunt

How to Live Life Like You’re On a Treasure Hunt

Nearly everyone experiences it. We get so caught up in our work or other day-to-day responsibilities that we overlook many of the world’s simple pleasures and intoxicating wonders. But, when… Read more »

Born Before 1955 or Living with a Disability? Here are questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

Born Before 1955 or Living with a Disability? Here are questions to Help You Choose a Medicare Plan

By: Chuck Dow, Humana Regional President of Medicare for Illinois Humana If you’re one of 56 million Americans eligible for Medicare, it’s important to understand coverage options when selecting your… Read more »

Cold Weather Healthy Myths Busted

Cold Weather Healthy Myths Busted

There are endless winter health myths that we have heard from well-intentioned grandparents and parents. They have become so ingrained in us that we take them as cold hard facts…. Read more »

Beauty Product Marketing Claims Deconstructed

Beauty Product Marketing Claims Deconstructed

We are all subject to marketing and advertising on a daily basis. Nowadays it seems like even thinking about skin care will get you bombarded with countless ads and sponsored… Read more »

Pumpkin Patch Fun

Pumpkin Patch Fun

Compiled by Ashmar Mandou Goebbert’s Pumpkin Farm and Garden Center 40 W. Higgins Rd, South Barrington, IL Fall fun is the name of the game at Goebbert’s in South Barrington,… Read more »

Sculptor Honors Maya Angelou

Sculptor Honors Maya Angelou

Miguel Sandoval entered a contest held by the Chicago Urban Art Retreat Center to create a sculpture for their Peace Park to honor black heroes. He was inspired by Maya Angelou… Read more »

Chicago Public Library Announce Elimination of Late Fees, Outstanding Debt

Chicago Public Library Announce Elimination of Late Fees, Outstanding Debt

Chicago Public Library (CPL) Commissioner Andrea Telli announced a new policy to eliminate library late fees and remove outstanding debt for library patrons. Effective October 1, CPL eliminated overdue fines… Read more »

IAHSE Conference to Bring Together Hispanic State Employees and Community Leaders

IAHSE Conference to Bring Together Hispanic State Employees and Community Leaders

The Illinois Association of Hispanic State Employees, announced the 32nd Annual Employee Conference/Job Fair. This year’s theme: Championships are built on Relationships, it will be held Friday, Oct. 4, 2019… Read more »

Frightening Films Return to Northerly Island

Frightening Films Return to Northerly Island

The Chicago Park District announced the schedule for the 4th annual outdoor horror movie series ‘Campfire Horrors,’ that will return to Northerly Island, located at 1521 S. Linn White Dr.,… Read more »