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Online Network Helps Connect LGBT Community with LGBT & LGBT-Friendly Personal Trainers

Right Fit for You, Inc.  is here to connect the LGBT community with an online network of LGBT-Friendly Personal Trainers in their area. Right Fit for You currently has more than 60+ Personal Trainers from across the Chicagoland area for potential clients to choose from. At no cost users can …

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Photographing Shootings in Chicago on a Long, Hot Summer Night

By Justin Glawe Sep 3 2014 It’s 1:30 AM on the morning of July 5, and we’re flying down the expressway at 90 miles an hour. Someone has just been shot near West 63rd Street and South Austin Avenue—we know this from the Twitter accounts operated by police-scanner geeks and …

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The Sale of the YEAR Starts NOW! Up to 70% Off Office Furniture

High temperatures, low prices: for a very limited time, you’re invited to shop Office Furniture Center‘s huge selection of pre-owned furniture from premier brands at fraction of the cost during its Big After Labor Day Sale. Save 30%, 50% or even 70% off of specially marked items in our showroom …

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Your Furnace May Be Due for the Manufacturer Recommended Maintenance

Pre-Season Furnace Tune-Up & Safety Inspection For: $89.95 Regularly Valued at: $119 Promotional Price Expires Dec 31 Maintenance Benefits: Maintains Manufacturer’s Warranty, Increase Efficiency, Reduce Chance of Breakdown, Reduce Wear-and-Tear, Increase Comfort and Peace of Mind.

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Mapping the Spread of the Military’s Surplus Gear in Chicago

State and local police departments obtain some of their military-style equipment through a free Defense Department program created in the early 1990s. While the portion of their gear coming from the program is relatively small (most of it is paid for through department budgets and federal grants), detailed data from …

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Toxic chromium found in Chicago drinking water

By Michael Hawthorne, Tribune reporter Chicago’s first round of testing for a toxic metal called hexavalent chromium found that levels in local drinking water are more than 11 times higher than a health standard California adopted last month. But it could take years before anything is done about chromium contamination …

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