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CDC Releases Guidance for Preventing Spread of Infections in Schools

CDC Releases Guidance for Preventing Spread of Infections in Schools

CDC released consolidated, evidence-based guidance for preventing the spread of infections in K-12 schools. The guidance includes everyday actions that schools can take to prevent and control the spread of… Read more »

Triton College’s School of Continuing Education Receives Prestigious ‘Collaboration Award’ from the American Nephrology Nurses Association

Triton College’s School of Continuing Education Receives Prestigious ‘Collaboration Award’ from the American Nephrology Nurses Association

The Triton College School of Continuing Education, Center for Health Professionals (CECHP), received the prestigious Collaboration Award from the American Nephrology Nurses Association (ANNA). Triton was presented with the recognition… Read more »

ISBE Hosts 50th Annual Those Who Excel & Teacher of the Year Banquet

ISBE Hosts 50th Annual Those Who Excel & Teacher of the Year Banquet

The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) celebrated the 2024 Illinois Teacher of the Year Cohort and Those Who Excel awardees at a banquet in Bloomington-Normal on May 18 with… Read more »

CPS Celebrates Class of 2024 Historic Savings of More Than $8 Million in College Tuition

CPS Celebrates Class of 2024 Historic Savings of More Than $8 Million in College Tuition

Chicago Public Schools (CPS) CEO Pedro Martinez, City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) Chancellor Juan Salgado, DeVry University President and CEO Elise Awwad, school administrators and families came together to recognize… Read more »

Villanueva Champions Measure to Give First-Time Offenders a Second Chance

Villanueva Champions Measure to Give First-Time Offenders a Second Chance

State Senator Celina Villanueva passed a measure through the Senate to ensure those who plead guilty to a possession charge receive a second chance in exchange for diversion into a… Read more »

Sheriff Dart Calls for Increased Funding for Law Enforcement to Address the Growing Number of Non-Compliant Revoked FOID Card Cases

Sheriff Dart Calls for Increased Funding for Law Enforcement to Address the Growing Number of Non-Compliant Revoked FOID Card Cases

Nearly three out of every four revoked FOID card holders have either not accounted for their firearms or returned their FOID cards, according to a new report compiled by the… Read more »

Column: Your Property Taxes with Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas

Column: Your Property Taxes with Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas

Treasurer’s Website Offers Easy Way to Update Property Tax Bill Address Information By: Maria Pappas My website, cookcountytreasurer.com, offers people an easy way to correct, change or update name and… Read more »

U.S. Census Bureau Releases 2023 Population Estimates for the City of Chicago

U.S. Census Bureau Releases 2023 Population Estimates for the City of Chicago

The U.S. Census Bureau released the 2023 population estimates for the City of Chicago. Ensuring the accuracy of the population estimates for Chicago remains a priority effort for the City,… Read more »

Neutering American History in the Classroom

Neutering American History in the Classroom

By Daniel Nardini Recently I talked to a young man who works in a restaurant. He will soon be graduating from high school, and he hopes to go to music… Read more »

Voluntarios se Reúnen para la Campaña Anual de Limpieza de la Ciudad de Cicero

Voluntarios se Reúnen para la Campaña Anual de Limpieza de la Ciudad de Cicero

La Ciudad de Cicero lanzó su Limpieza Comunitaria anual del municipio con voluntarios de las escuelas, el comercio local, organizaciones comunitarias y muchos departamentos del poblado. La campaña de limpieza… Read more »