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Discussions Held on Various Agenda Items During Dolton Special Board Meeting

Some of the concerns included updating a guide that focuses on the history of the village, receiving information to share with residents, and animal control of deer. #dolton

Tinley Park Trustee Diane Galante Removed from Village Board Meeting

Galante continued interrupting, which devolved into a shouting match. As a result of the lack of order and decorum, Glotz asked if there was a motion to remove Trustee Galante for lack of decorum.

South Suburban College Baseball Wins 14th Division I Regional Championship

“It took 21 total innings on Saturday to get it done and I could not be any prouder of our team for finding a way to win it,” said Head Coach Steve Ruzich

Dozens of Clergy Commit Their Support for David Moore’s Candidacy

More than 100 clergy have given their commitment to support his campaign to replace Jesse White, who is vacating the seat at the end of the current term.

Three Shields Twp Deputy Assessors File Complaints against Township Assessor and Trustee

The complaints allege wrongdoing and possible official misconduct against the Shields Township Assessor Scott Helton and Shield Township Trustee Kathryn Walker-Eich

Governor Pritzker Announces Record-Setting $11.2 Million in Funding to Support Family Planning Services Throughout Illinois

The new HHS grant to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) will support access to Title X services under the Illinois Family Planning Program that were sharply restricted under the previous federal administration. #familyplanning

Governor Pritzker Signs Legislation Aimed at Protecting LGBTQ Older Adults

"These elder adults are trailblazers in the fight for LGBTQ rights, growing up in an a more hostile time where basic rights were regularly denied based on gender and sexuality," said Governor JB Pritzker. #lgbtq

Rep. Bobby L. Rush Announces FY2023 Funding Requests for IL-01 Community Projects

A summary of the funding requested for each recipient is listed below: #bobbyrush

OpEd: Illinois Must focus on Improving Internet Services in Minority Communities

There are far too many communities throughout the region that simply do not have access to reliable Internet services. #internet

Cruz Proposes Federal/State Task Force to Implement Proven Homicide Reduction Program-“Project Exile”

"This is an excellent model of Federal and local forces coordinating efforts, without the need for additional budgets or manpower, to target the most violent offenders and achieve real results in the safety of our communities." #projectexile

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