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Columna: Tus Impuestos de Propiedad con la Tesorera del Condado de Cook, Maria Pappas

Columna: Tus Impuestos de Propiedad con la Tesorera del Condado de Cook, Maria Pappas

Por: Maria Pappas Las Exenciones de Congelación para Personas Mayores Ayudan a Prevenir Enormes Alzas en las Facturas de Impuestos de Propiedad Muchas personas mayores con ingreso fijo enfrentan el… Read more »

Inauguración de la Primera Fábrica de Chocolate Ferrero en Norteamérica

Inauguración de la Primera Fábrica de Chocolate Ferrero en Norteamérica

El martes, el Gobernador JBPritzker se unió al Departamento de Comercio y Oportunidades Económicas, partes interesadas locales y el liderazgo de Ferrero North America, para celebrar la gran apertura de… Read more »

The 1917 Constitution: The Foundation of Mexican Democracy

The 1917 Constitution: The Foundation of Mexican Democracy

By Daniel Nardini The Mexican forces defeated the French invasion at the First Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862 (hence the official Mexican celebration of Cinco de Mayo, or… Read more »

All in the Name for Cotton

All in the Name for Cotton

By Daniel Nardini The Second French Empire’s design to conquer Mexico in 1862 was not just about imperial expansion. It had as much to do about economics as well. Before… Read more »

National Small Business Week Spotlights Contributions of Small Businesses

National Small Business Week Spotlights Contributions of Small Businesses

The Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) announced recent business support enhancements and initiatives ahead of National Small Business Week (NSBW). This year, NSBW takes place through… Read more »

Cook County Health’s Correctional Health Program at Cook County Jail Accredited for Quality Health Care Services

Cook County Health’s Correctional Health Program at Cook County Jail Accredited for Quality Health Care Services

Cook County Health’s (CCH) Cermak Health Services has earned accreditation from the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) for demonstrating full compliance with NCCHC’s nationally recognized standards of care… Read more »

CTA Officially Launches New Chatbot to Improve Customer Interaction with the Agency

CTA Officially Launches New Chatbot to Improve Customer Interaction with the Agency

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) launched the Chat with CTA chatbot, a new virtual automated service featured on transitchicago.com. This communication tool allows riders to report issues, provide feedback, and receive… Read more »

Rep. García, Senators Durbin Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Children from Lead Poisoning

Rep. García, Senators Durbin Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Protect Children from Lead Poisoning

Representative Jesús “Chuy” García (IL-04), Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Senator Todd Young (R-IN) introduced the Lead-Safe Housing for Kids Act, which would require the U.S. Department of… Read more »

City of Chicago Announces Launch of Second Round of Applications for the Community Growers Program

City of Chicago Announces Launch of Second Round of Applications for the Community Growers Program

Mayor Brandon Johnson, the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP), and program partner agency NeighborSpace, announced the application opening for the second round of the City’s Community… Read more »

Three North Lawndale Schools Partner with Community to Launch STEAM Programming in SY 2024-2025

Three North Lawndale Schools Partner with Community to Launch STEAM Programming in SY 2024-2025

Chicago Public Schools (CPS), in collaboration with many community partners, announced the creation of a science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) programming in North Lawndale for the 2024-25 School… Read more »