Illinois Senate OK’s severance cap for community college presidents

By Jodi S. Cohen and Stacy St. Clair, Chicago Tribune contact the reporters Colleges and Universities College of DuPage U.S. Senate Illinois General Assembly William Cunningham University of Illinois at Chicago The Illinois Senate approved a bill Saturday that would cap severance packages for the state’s community college presidents and prevent …

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Wrigleyville Convenience Store “Looted” By 100-Person Mob

At least one person was injured in the 3:55AM raid, which broke up when offenders saw that cops had arrived. But the damage had already been done at the store, which is located on the corner of Halsted and Addison—just a half-block from the 19th district police headquarters. Employees were …

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Downers Grove Township holds illegal committee meeting

DuPage Co., IL. (ECWd) – This morning, the Downers Grove Township Refuse Committee held a meeting without posting a notice and an agenda as required by law – then tried denying they were a committee until one of their own members said she thought she was on a committee. Downers …

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Benefits of Moving to MIP Accounting for Nonprofits

MIP is a leading financial management system for nonprofits and government-funded agencies. Join our webinar to see why so many nonprofits use MIP to show transparency and meet their reporting requirements. 1st Choice Advisors works with hundreds of nonprofits and has a Chicago office with experienced advisors. Work with someone …

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Classified Advertising – A Booming Industry

Since print media’s invention, classifieds have remained the most popular trading method. Whether it is announcements of vacancies or advertisements of products, classifieds have dominated the market and are still doing so. The only difference is that now, it’s growing quickly and can be seen more online. While classifieds still …

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How Important is Your Identity, to You?

…How important is your identity, to you? Did you know you are walking around with your identity and financial information AT RISK? Introducing a product that with keep your private information and identity SAFE: Cloak-It Card & Passport Covers. The SECRET to securing your identity and credit data? Learn all …

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Stop the Clot Chicago 5K Run/Walk

Join us Mother’s Day Sunday, May 10th at Montrose Beach to help us fight the battle against blood clotting disorders in Chicago. Cost $28/Adult includes timed racing bib, fresh flower, t-shirt, gourmet pancakes, live entertainment, henna, raffle and more www.stoptheclotchicago.com

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Introducing the Safety Sipper(TM) A Personal Water Filter Now Available In Two Colors

…Did you know, FEMA states each person needs at least one gallon of clean, potable drinking water each day? …Look around you, at the people in your daily world. How many gallons of filtered drinking water would it take to get just those people precious to you through the next …

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College of DuPage under federal investigation

In a sign of intensifying scrutiny of the College of DuPage, federal prosecutors have opened a wide-ranging criminal investigation at the embattled community college, issuing two subpoenas this week that seek documents tied to spending and other matters, according to records obtained late Wednesday. The subpoenas, which were served to …

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LIGHTS OUT: CITY PLANS TO CUT POWER TO HOMES OF ADOLESCENTS ACCUSED OF VANDALISM

by KURT NIMMO | INFOWARS.COM | APRIL 15, 2015 City officials in Farmer City, Illinois are considering turning off the electricity of families with juveniles accused of vandalism. Unlike many small towns, Farmer City controls its electricity. The city manager, Larry Woliung, came up with the idea after 40 residents …

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The HarmonyEdge™ Hunting Knife Sharpener

The HarmonyEdge™ is the perfect product for the kitchen counter as it is in the tackle box, hunting cabin, workshop or garage. A GREAT GIFT: Grab one for your honey back at headquarters too! Nicely packaged, stylishly at home in any décor’; handy, versatile and affordable Precise, two-stage sharpening in …

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Commentary: The outrageous perks of the public sector

By Diana Sroka Rickert If you crossed C-SPAN with “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” you’d wind up with something resembling the state of Illinois. First there’s Aaron Schock, the former congressman from Peoria who cataloged his globe-trotting adventures on Instagram and styled his Washington, D.C., office to the theme of …

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Reprimanded ex-teacher sweeps Batavia school board race

Reprimanded former Batavia teacher landed a seat Tuesday on the school board with ease — a move he calls his “final civics lesson.” “I feel like I should’ve run for pope,” said John Dryden, who taught social studies for 21 years at Batavia High School. “I feel like the community …

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