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Chicago ‘NATO 3’ trial limits public access

BY David Shapiro and Alan Mills If you want to observe Tuesday’s trial of the protesters known as the NATO 3, be prepared for an inconvenience of unusual proportions even by government standards and don’t be surprised if the door is shut to you. According to an oral ruling by …

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Have you changed your furnace filter this month?

Furnace filters should be checked or changed monthly. The manufactures require a monthly furnace filter change. However every home is different as far as dust and dirt goes. Many homes that are cleaned a couple times a week stir up dust and dirt particles, those particles floating in the air …

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Senator Dick Durbin

To those of you for whom the recent Net Neutrality ruling represents a breach of our rights, it may be important to remember Dick Durbin has one of the worst Internet rights record, supporting strongly both PIPA/SOPA Sen. Richard J. Durbin’s position on PIPA (S.968) | Who in Congress Supports …

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This bites: Chicago’s tops in bedbugs again

For city dwellers terrified of the blood-sucking alien-like insects known as bedbugs — including your Crain’s editor writing this item — the latest news on them isn’t very soothing. This bites: Chicago’s tops in bedbugs again

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Chicago to get its first ever cider bar

Team behind Fountainhead and The Bar on Buena to open The Northman By Kate Bernot, @redeyeeatdrink RedEye January 8, 2014 It was only a matter of time. Chicago’s love of cider is well-documented and even birthed the city’s first-ever Cider Summit last year. This spring, Ravenswood will become home to …

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Federal judge shoots down Chicago gun ban

Rules city’s prohibition unconstitutional Published: 13 hours ago (CNN) — A federal judge ruled Monday that Chicago’s ban on virtually all sales and transfers of firearms is unconstitutional. “The stark reality facing the City each year is thousands of shooting victims and hundreds of murders committed with a gun. But …

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It’s not too late! Around the Town has certified technicians ready to fulfill your Heating Repair Chicago needs.  With subzero temperatures setting in, your furnace is going to working overtime. If you notice your furnace struggling or your home getting colder it may be time for a checkup or a …

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Lights On but Nobody Home: Behind the Fake Buildings that Power Chicago

Guest Article by Chicago Sun Times columnist, Neil Steinberg Chicago is justly famous for its architecture. Birthplace of the skyscraper, home to the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere (still, the emotion-driven claim by New York’s One World Trade Center, based on the dodge of calling an antenna a spire, …

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Is Facebook working with Chicago cops to block you from posting about protests?

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Hospitals crack down on staff refusing flu shots

In this Oct. 17, 2012 file photo, Bill Staples, a Mississippi Department of Health employee, is given an intradermal shot of flu vaccine by registered nurse Rosemary Jones, in Jackson, Miss. A CDC survey shows that in 2011, 29 hospitals in the U.S. fired employees that were not vaccinated against …

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Chicago torture saga grows, victim released from prison after 31 years

Stanley Wrice says he was forced to confess to sexual assault after Chicago police allegedly beat him with a flashlight and a 20-inch piece of rubber. Many others claim similar treatment. By Mark Guarino, Staff writer / December 11, 2013 CHICAGO A Chicago man stepped out of an Illinois prison …

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