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HVAC Systems: Is Yours Contaminating Your Home?

Does your air conditioning ductwork look like this? Heating and Air Conditioning Systems (HVACs) are not all made alike. Nor are all HVAC Systems made for all the different weather patterns that we see around a country like the good ole USA. Can you imagine how difficult it is for …

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Illinois Vehicle Emissions Testing Program

Choose an entry type (License Plate or VIN), enter the information in the text box, then click on the Check Eligibility button. applusillinoisairteam.com/VehicleEligibility http://epa.illinois.gov/topics/air-quality/mobile-sources/vehicle-emissions-testing/index

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Would-be robber shot to death by intended victim in Uptown

CHICAGO — Chicago police are investigating after an attempted robbery and shooting Thursday night on the city’s North Side. A 28-year-old man tried to rob two other men, but was shot to death by one of his intended victims in Uptown. It happened around 10:30 p.m. Thursday in the 1000 …

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Donate Gift Cards Chicago

  We live in a connected world where smart phones and tablets allow us to be in near constant and instantaneous communication with each other. A large majority of the population in the United States and in other developed countries have access to this technology, and those devices have become …

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Terracotta Warriors on display in Chicago

More than 100 ancient artifacts from Northwest China’s Xi’an are on display at Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History from March 1 to January 2017. The relics of the Terracotta Warriors are over 2,000 years old and form part of the treasures buried in the tomb of Qinshihuang, China’s first …

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