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Leo Kirwan, chairman of the board of directors for the Evanston-based Over the Rainbow Association, sits in front of the association's Hill-Arboretum apartment complex in Evanston.
From the community

Op-Ed: Increasing Disabled Housing While Decreasing State’s Debt

By Leo Kirwan When you hear Illinois state budget, what’s the first word that comes to mind? Over-extended? Disastrous? Crisis? What if our State could … Read more ›

From the community

DuPage Habitat for Humanity thanks Nicor

On behalf of the five families receiving new homes, I would like to thank Nicor and the more than 50 employees who volunteered their time … Read more ›

Barbara DeLaney, JJC board chair
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JJC produces skilled workforce, thanks to community support

To the Residents of District 525: On behalf of the Board of Trustees of Joliet Junior College, I want to thank the taxpayers and students … Read more ›

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Helpers of Mother Earth. Indeed !!!

For the life of me I can’t understand how these people think. Helpers of Mother Earth. Indeed. Is it your intention to breed a society … Read more ›

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The People Have Spoken. How Sad!!!

So as the new mayor takes over, the citizens of Joliet are wondering if he will make the tough decisions. Considering he has been a … Read more ›

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While Temp Agencies Continue to Break the Law….,

So, how many months has it been since I queried on the legality of these temp agencies in this country…, let’s see…, it was in … Read more ›

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Adam Kinsinger Comes to Joliet

Posted: January 28, 2011 by McGotcha in will county IL Tags: Barack Obama, defense budget, Employment, Fair Tax, government, Jobs, joliet, Kinsinger, Obama, political, politics, … Read more ›

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" No Name-Calling Week"???

"No Name-Calling Week": More Indoctrination from GLSEN 1/25/2011 8:00:00 AM By Laurie Higgins, Director of IFI's DSA -Illinois Family Institute There are approximately 180 days … Read more ›