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Corrupt Judge wants back on bench after insanity ruling

Judge Cynthia Brim, 55, testified before the Illinois Courts Commission for more than two hours on Friday in a bid to save her $182,000-a-year job. The seven-member panel – made up of judges from outside of Cook County as well as two citizens – will later issue a written decision. …

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Chicago Central Air Conditioner Contractor

Chicago Central air conditioner contractor has played a major role in promoting allergy free air conditioning system performances. A local central air conditioner contractor explains why allergy free central air conditioning systems are harder to achieve then you may think. Keep the below images in your mind while you read …

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Kayak Morris celebrates Earth Day with Campground Grand Opening

Chicagoland has a new venue for learning about the environment in a unique way Kayak Morris Campground’s grand opening event will be on the 26th of April. The theme of the event will be “Earth Day Family Campout &  Kayak Tour”. Kayak Morris is an Environmental Education based Outfitter.   They …

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IT AIN’T EASY BEING GREEN: St. Pat’s Festivities Rack Up 21 Arrests, 17 Ambulance Runs In Wrigleyville

CWB estimates that 21 people were taken into police custody during Wrigleyville’s Saturday-into-Sunday St. Patrick’s binge. IT AIN’T EASY BEING GREEN: St. Pat’s Festivities Rack Up 21 Arrests, 17 Ambulance Runs In Wrigleyville

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Rahm on Charlton Heston: ‘Shove it up his ass’

A 1998 memo from White House speechwriter Jeff Shesol recaps a meeting with Emanuel, in which they were talking about a speech about a new bulletproof vest law. And how did Emanuel want Shesol to deal with National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston? “Shove it up his ass” the memo …

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Chicago Prime Meats: The Best Butcher Shop in Glen Ellyn

Chicago Prime Meats is an incredible butcher shop located in Glen Ellyn, IL. It offers so much more than just fresh, never-frozen meat. They also offer incredible catering services and a full-service deli. Their staff is friendly and very helpful in telling you the difference between a Chuck Blade Pot …

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Bar Crawls, Green Beer And Cheer: St Patrick’s Day Chicago 2014

The official date of St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th, 2014. Unfortunately, since it falls on a Monday this year most people will indulge in St Pat’s revelry the weekend before on March 15th. Here in Chicago, 2 of the biggest events are the St. Pat’s Trolley Crawl Chicago and …

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15 questions Webb’s report doesn’t answer

Published March 3, 2014 By TIM NOVAK AND CHRIS FUSCO Staff Reporters Former Mayor Richard M. Daley and eight of his relatives found themselves in the middle of the latest investigation of David Koschman’s death. But none had to testify before the grand jury that indicted Daley nephew Richard J. …

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