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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 »

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: Maria Punzo-Arias

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: Maria Punzo-Arias

By: Ashmar Mandou “I was very proud to appoint Maria as Cicero’s first Hispanic clerk. She was a trustee for eight years and she brings a lot of talent to… Read more »

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: Marco Polo

Hispanic Heritage Month Series: Marco Polo

By: Ashmar Mandou Cicero resident Marco Polo harnessed his entrepreneurial spirit from watching his father work exceptionally hard as a farmer back in Mexico. “My father had this immense piece… Read more »

City Announces Investment for Accurate Count in 2020 U.S. Census

City Announces Investment for Accurate Count in 2020 U.S. Census

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot announced a $2.7 million investment in the City’s 2020 census efforts for an all-hands-on deck outreach strategy to ensure that every Chicagoan is counted. With nearly… Read more »

Kiribati

Kiribati

By Daniel Nardini While the rest of the news media is thoroughly occupied with whether U.S. President Donald Trump should be impeached or not, another serious situation is taking place… Read more »

Ya no se Podrá Preguntar A los Solicitantes de Empleo su Historia Salarial

Ya no se Podrá Preguntar A los Solicitantes de Empleo su Historia Salarial

A partir de esta semana, los empleadores y agencias de empleo de Illinois tienen prohibido preguntar sobre el historial salarial o récord de compensación que hayan tenido en empleos anteriores… Read more »

El Distrito de Parques de Chicago Recibe a Nuevo Miembro de la Junta de Comisionados

El Distrito de Parques de Chicago Recibe a Nuevo Miembro de la Junta de Comisionados

El Concilio de la Ciudad de Chicago aprobó por unanimidad el nombramiento de la Alcaldesa Lori Lightfoot, de José M. Muñoz, VP de Asuntos Externos y CMO de Casa Central,… Read more »

CHA se Une a Asociados para Celebrar la Apertura de Pierce House en La Casa Norte

CHA se Une a Asociados para Celebrar la Apertura de Pierce House en La Casa Norte

Funcionarios de la Autoridad de la Vivienda de Chicago (CHA) se unieron a La Casa Norte, Departamento de Vivienda de la Ciudad de Chicago, funcionarios electos locales y miembros de… Read more »