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Comcast Newsmakers hosts Paul Lisnek and Ellee Pai Hong
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Comcast’s Newsmakers interviews with Non Profit and Community Organizations available On Demand and online

Comcast’s Newsmakers recently spent time speaking with representatives from Non Profit and Community organizations. Hosts Paul Lisnek and Ellee Pai Hong interviewed these newsmakers from … Read more ›
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Celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of RAKA!

Thanks to those who have previously donated to Random Actsof Kindness Assistance. Your generosity has helped dozens of individuals and families within the health-crisis community. … Read more ›

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"Path to Happiness"

"Path to Happiness"Swami Mukundananda is a world-renowned teacher of Spirituality, Yoga, and Meditation. He received his degrees in Engineering and Management from two world famous … Read more ›

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Jazz Psalms’ Benefit Features Local Jazz Greats

A unique musical and worship experience will take place on June 17 (Father’s Day) at Grace Lutheran Church in River Forest: “Andy Tecson’s Jazz Psalms: … Read more ›

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New Updates Means Faster Social Security Decisions for Thousands of Disabled People

In April, Social Security announced 52 new Compassionate Allowances conditions to the growing list of severe medical conditions that qualify for expedited medical decisions. The … Read more ›

Members of Northwestern College’s Business Inc. Club recently hosted a successful food drive in support of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Pictured here are (Back Row, left to right): Ricardo Cardova, Ashley Baldwin, Club Advisor and Assistant Professor Patricia Schultz, and Alvina Washington; (Front Row, left to right) Richard Sanchez and Business Inc. Club President John Gordon.
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Northwestern College’s Chicago Campus Hosts Successful Food Drive for Greater Chicago Food Depository!

[Chicago & Rosemont, IL] Students and staff at Northwestern College’s Chicago Campus (4829 N. Lipps Avenue) hosted an extremely successful Food Drive from April 18th … Read more ›

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Why Young Workers Should Care About Social Security

Summer will be here before we know it. That means millions of high school and college students will be searching for jobs. Whether a new … Read more ›

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Serving Wounded Warriors and the Survivors of Our Fallen Heroes

It’s an American tradition to pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces each Memorial Day — especially honoring those who have … Read more ›

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Faster Disability Approval for People with ALS

May is National ALS Awareness Month. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks … Read more ›

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This Mother's Day: Help Mom Save $4,000 a year

Given the current economic climate, buying a nice gift for Mother’s Day may be more difficult than in years past. But people across the nation … Read more ›