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Opinion: The Drivers I’ve Angered While Riding My Bike On Chicago’s Streets

October 8, 2015 Chicago No Comments
The views voiced on this page are those of a author, not CBS Local Chicago or a dependent radio and radio stations. I’m not one of those year-round bikers, traversing by sub-zero temps and blizzards. I’m a fair-weather friend, biking 6 miles to work a 3 months of a year it’s reliably over 70 degrees. Once temperatures drop behind into a 50s, we desert ship. So it is with a complicated heart that we strictly

West Aurora OKs contracts for geothermal appetite project

October 8, 2015 Aurora No Comments
The West Aurora School Board this week awarded 3 contracts as partial of a $84.2 million building campaign. West Aurora District 129 electorate in Apr authorized a building bond referendum to account collateral improvements, that will embody installing geothermal heating and cooling systems, classroom additions during 5 schools and a building of a new Hill Elementary School. The contracts totaling $6,230,329 for dr

YWCA Rockford Announces Changes to Name and Programming

October 8, 2015 Rockford No Comments
ROCKFORD YWCA Rockford common dual vital announcements this morning; a classification will rebrand itself as YWCA Northwestern Illinois and will now embody La Voz Latina within a services. The name change is to improved simulate a four-county use area. The partnership with La Voz will concede them to work as a dialect within a YWCA, enhancing a capabilities, strech and impact of both organizations. YWCA Rockfor

Joliet Council Gives Tax Break to Unnamed Company

October 8, 2015 Joliet No Comments
Photo: The Joliet City Council is seen here during an Aug meeting. An undisclosed association has been authorized for a five-year, 50 percent skill taxation reduction by a Joliet City Council during a Tuesday dusk meeting. The Times Weekly reports a association wants to open a 1.3 million sq. ft. room in Joliet, that could occupy adult to 700 people. According to Joliet City Manager Jim Hock, a rebate would be

Fire Extensively Damages Naperville Home

October 8, 2015 Naperville No Comments
No injuries were reported in a Naperville chateau glow that pennyless out during around 11:46 p.m. Wednesday night, according to a recover from a Naperville Fire Department. Firefighters perceived a call from a proprietor in a 100 retard of Birchwood stating fume inside her home, though was incompetent to establish a location. When glow crews arrived on a scene, they reported fume being manifest from a extraneous

Behind Enemy Lines: Illinois Fighting Illini vs. Iowa Hawkeyes 2015

October 8, 2015 Champaign No Comments
The Chicago Cubs won their initial playoff diversion given 2003 final night. As a result, we wish zero to do with Illini football during a moment. But a good news is that Ross from Black Heart Gold Pants has stopped by to assistance preview Illinois’ arriving matchup opposite a undefeated Iowa Hawkeyes. Let’s give him a comfortable welcome! ***** 1. The No. 22 Hawkeyes (5-0) are off to a boiling start t

US Airman stabbed in a ‘nightlife-related’ dispute

October 8, 2015 Bloomington No Comments
(CNN) [Breaking news update, published during 2:22 p.m. ET] France sight favourite Spencer Stone, stabbed early Thursday in Sacramento, is in critical condition during a UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, a sanatorium complement said. “The family of Airman Spencer Stone appreciates a escape of adore and support,” a matter from UC Davis Health Systems reads. Stone was stabbed early Thursday in a

Illinois male found passed on Decatur highway – WALB

October 8, 2015 Decatur No Comments
BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - Authorities are piecing together what happened to an Illinois male who left his home state 4 days ago, and died in a overnight hours nearby Bainbridge. The physique of Louis J. Kirsteatter Jr., of Bloomington, Illinois, was found off U.S. Highway 84 nearby Bainbridge. His china Lincoln was found in town, where it had crashed into an apparatus store building on Broad Street. Inve

Hersey High Crowns Special Education Student as Homecoming Queen

October 8, 2015 Arlington Heights No Comments
Photo credit: District 214 A special preparation tyro during John Hersey High School has been inaugurated as this year’s homecoming queen. Jamie Brooks, 18, of Arlington Heights, was comparison by her peers to wear this year’s climax along with homecoming king, Brett Miller, 18, of Arlington Heights. Jamie’s mother, Cindy Brooks and her father, David Brooks; Jamie’s comparison sister, Hannah Brooks, 20; an

Morning Spin: Bush hits Chicago area for two-day fundraising swing

October 8, 2015 Schaumburg No Comments
Welcome to Clout Street: Morning Spin, a new weekday underline to locate we adult with what’s going on in supervision and politics from Chicago to Springfield. Topspin It’s Thursday, Oct. 8, a day after a Cubs took another step in Pittsburgh and a Blackhawks lifted another championship ensign on a West Side. Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush is scheduled to be in a area for a two-day fundraisin

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