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How to Actually Build Wealth: Tips for 2020

How to Actually Build Wealth: Tips for 2020

By: Tim Michaelis, Ph.D.; Assistant Professor of Management, Northern Illinois University It’s a new year, which means you’ve likely been inundated with articles on how to better yourself and how… Read more »

Employed Graduates Encourage New Class of Trainees in Community Builders Program

Employed Graduates Encourage New Class of Trainees in Community Builders Program

Historically, minority communities have had a hard time entering the construction trades. But the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) has been working hard to fill the growing shortage of skilled… Read more »

Senior and Homeowner Exemption Applications Now Available

Senior and Homeowner Exemption Applications Now Available

Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi announced that exemption applications for the 2019 tax year for the Homeowner, Senior and Senior Freeze Exemptions are now available. Applications for additional exemptions will… Read more »

City to Hold Cannabis Resource Fair

City to Hold Cannabis Resource Fair

The City of Chicago will host a first-of-its-kind Cannabis Resource Fair to connect residents with employment and business opportunities, expungement and legal aid assistance, and more information on cannabis regulations… Read more »

Cultural Genocide in Our Time

Cultural Genocide in Our Time

By Daniel Nardini It is the obvious elephant in the room. Or should I say the obvious red dragon. The recent elections for both president and the legislature in Taiwan,… Read more »

City Encourages Residents to Volunteer During Tax Season

City Encourages Residents to Volunteer During Tax Season

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the City of Chicago are seeking additional volunteers to help eligible Chicagoans access critical financial resources during this winter’s tax filing season. Every year, through… Read more »

Navy Pier Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive

Navy Pier Keeps the Holiday Spirit Alive

Navy Pier extends the holiday fun at Fifth Third Bank Winter WonderFest, running through Sunday, Jan. 12th. Chicagoland natives and seasonal travelers will have more time to experience the indoor… Read more »

Cicero Announces State Rep. Welch as MLK Day Speaker

Cicero Announces State Rep. Welch as MLK Day Speaker

State Rep. Emanuel “Chris” Welch will be the keynote speaker at the Town of Cicero’s Annual Commemoration celebrating the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which will… Read more »

Berwyn Police Dept. to Issue Roadside Safety Checks

Berwyn Police Dept. to Issue Roadside Safety Checks

The Berwyn Police Department will be issuing additional citations in the overnight hours.  This campaign will feature high visibility enforcement combined with a variety of outreach activities including additional law… Read more »

Berwyn Students to Create Mural Celebrating Racial and Cultural Inclusion

Berwyn Students to Create Mural Celebrating Racial and Cultural Inclusion

In an effort to celebrate racial and cultural inclusion in the City of Berwyn, students from J. Sterling Morton High School District 201 and community organization Youth Crossroads, Inc. will… Read more »