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Silence DoGood

"If any Person . . . will give a true Account of Mrs. Silence Dogood, whether Dead or alive, Married or unmarried, in Town or Country, . . . they shall have Thanks for their Pains."

Cook County COVID-19 Recovery Small Business Assistance Program to offer financial wellness webinar Jan. 27

Cook County COVID-19 Recovery Small Business Assistance Program is offering a webinar on Jan. 27 to help small businesses impacted by COVID.

Welch Announces Appointments to House Democratic Leadership Team

Newly elected Speaker of the House, Emanuel "Chris" Welch announced appointments of the House Democratic leadership team.

Park Forest Village President Jon Vanderbilt Receives Award

Park Forest Village President Jon Vanderbilt receives the Mayor of the Year award from the Southland Black Chamber of Commerce & Industry at the regular village council meeting on Jan. 19, 2021.

Was Dolton Mayoral Candidate’s Free Gas Giveaway Legal?

Dolton mayoral candidate Tiffany Henyard under fire for possible alleged "vote buying" scheme.

The City of Blue Island Receives CDBG Grant for Street Improvements on 119th Place

Blue Island secures CDBG funds for improving sidewalks and roads, repair of structures, and more.

Bulls Beat Mavs to Break Losing Streak

The Bulls pull it together Sunday night to beat the Dallas Mavericks, breaking their 4 game losing streak.

Rep. DeLuca Provides Update on Chicago Heights DMV Closure

Construction to start on fire-damaged Chicago Heights DMV building.

Duckworth & Durbin Call on Biden Administration to Establish 1908 Springfield Race Riot National Monument

Senators Duckworth and Durbin call on the incoming Biden administration to establish a 1908 Springfield Race Riot monument.

Bill Banning Locked Seclusion and Face-Down Restraints in Illinois Schools Stalls as Lawmakers Run Out of Time

Time ran out before the Illinois House could debate a bill banning student seclusion. Bill sponsors pledged to reintroduce the legislation very soon.

Comprehensive criminal justice reform package passes General Assembly

Illinois Senator Elgie Sims on HB 3653, a comprehensive criminal justice reform package.

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