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Congressman Jesús “Chuy” García Introduces Bill to Keep Big Tech Companies Out of Financial Sector

Congressman Jesús “Chuy” García Introduces Bill to Keep Big Tech Companies Out of Financial Sector

This week, Congressman Jesús “Chuy” García (IL-04) questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and introduced H.R. 4813, the Keep Big Tech Out of Finance Act, which would block Facebook from developing… Read more »

Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals Releases Rules for Upcoming Cannabis Special Use Permit Lottery

Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals Releases Rules for Upcoming Cannabis Special Use Permit Lottery

The City of Chicago announced that applicants for special use permits will be allowed to select their cannabis district of choice by lottery on Friday, Nov. 15. This lottery will… Read more »

When The Creative Light Bulb Flips On, Here’s How to Make Your Idea Take Off

When The Creative Light Bulb Flips On, Here’s How to Make Your Idea Take Off

Smart business ideas can pop into someone’s head just about any time and anywhere: While walking or jogging, when driving, before going to bed, while doing housework, or during a… Read more »

CHA y Operation Warm Distribuyen Abrigos a Residentes en 12º Evento Anual

CHA y Operation Warm Distribuyen Abrigos a Residentes en 12º Evento Anual

La Autoridad de la Vivienda de Chicago y Operation Warm se asociaron por 12 años consecutivos el sábado, en el Foro de UIC, para entregar 7,500 abrigos nuevos de invierno… Read more »

Illinois Charts Historic Increases in Access to Rigorous College and Career Preparation Courses

Illinois Charts Historic Increases in Access to Rigorous College and Career Preparation Courses

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) released the 2019 Illinois Report Card at www.IllinoisReportCard.com. The 2019 data show historic increases in students taking and succeeding in rigorous college and… Read more »

El Departamento de Policía de Berwyn Mantendrá la Seguridad en Carreteras

El Departamento de Policía de Berwyn Mantendrá la Seguridad en Carreteras

El Departamento de Policía de Berwyn estará expidiendo multas adicionales en horas nocturnas. Esta campaña contará con una aplicación de alta visibilidad combinada con una variedad de actividades de enlace…. Read more »

Berwyn Public Art Initiative Presenta la Primera Celebración del Día de los Muertos

Berwyn Public Art Initiative Presenta la Primera Celebración del Día de los Muertos

Berwyn Public Art Initiative, en colaboración con la Ciudad de Berwyn, los Distritos Escolares de Berwyn 98, 100 y 201, la Biblioteca Pública de Berwyn y el Distrito de Parques… Read more »

Gads Hill Center Opens New Flagship Location in Brighton Park

Gads Hill Center Opens New Flagship Location in Brighton Park

US Senator Dick Durbin and City Clerk of Chicago Ana Valencia joined Gads Hill Center’s ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its new flagship location in Brighton Park on Friday, Oct. 25th,… Read more »

CTU ‘Lightfoot Rips Off CPS of $100 million, Robs Students and Thwarts Contract Settlement’

CTU ‘Lightfoot Rips Off CPS of $100 million, Robs Students and Thwarts Contract Settlement’

Courtesy of Chicago Teachers Union The TIF slush funds that the mayor giveth, the mayor also taketh away. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has claimed she’s providing over $100 million from… Read more »

Lightfoot, Chicago Board of Education Reach Contract Deal with SEIU Local 73

Lightfoot, Chicago Board of Education Reach Contract Deal with SEIU Local 73

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Chicago Board of Education announced a tentative agreement for a five-year contract with SEIU Local 73. SEIU Local 73 represents approximately 7,500 special education… Read more »