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Guthrie’s Tavern in Lake View Neighborhood in Chicago as City Reimposes Some Phase III COVID-19 Restrictions to the Phase IV Status

142 Guthrie’s Tavern will close permanently Thursday night on July 23, 2020 as bars, taverns, breweries and other establishments that serve alcohol for on-site consumption without a retail food license in Chicago face a restriction prohibiting serving customers indoors effective Friday July 24, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. Guthries Tavern at 1300 West Addison Street in […]

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Most Common Causes of Data Center Outages; Biggest Risk May Be Human Error by Data Center Operators

81 Data Centers can be a building or a group of buildings where multiple computer systems and telecommunications systems are used to store and transfer data over the Internet or over Virtual Private Networks. There are data centers for company use only, and public data centers maintained by companies, such as Apple, Facebook, Google, and […]

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Arlington Heights Residents and Residents Across Illinois Report Unrequested Debit Cards from Illinois Department of Employment Security

705 As many wait for unemployment benefits or the debits cards they need to access that money, it turns out some people are getting those cards in the mail when they never even applied for unemployment (Tara Molina, CBS 2 Chicago reports). The Arlington Heights Police Department has taken multiple reports of residents receiving unrequested […]

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Posted in Biz, CRIME BLOG, Gov

The Black Lives Matter Boycott of Whole Foods Over BLM Masks and a Possible New Buycott Brewing at Whole Foods

686 Employees in some Whole Foods Market stores are being sent home for refusing to remove Black Lives Matter masks while working. Customers and employees could be seen boycotting side by side outside of the Cambridge Whole Foods in Massachusetts. “We’ve been told to take our mask off or leave without pay,” Whole Foods employee […]

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Posted in Biz, Politics

Facebook Accused of Underrepresenting Black Worker in Employment Force, Unfair Performance Evaluation

95 Oscar Veneszee, Jr., a Black employee at Facebook, joined by two others who were denied jobs at the social network, has filed a complaint against the Facebook, claiming it discriminates against Black workers and applicants in hiring, evaluations, promotions and pay. The charge was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) by Oscar […]

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The Metropolis Performing Arts Centre Installs New Lighted Marquee Canopy Above Main Entrance on Campbell St, Arlington Heights

228 Installation of the new Metropolis marquee was underway Tuesday, June 30, 2020, and was looking good and lit to perfection Thursday night July 2, 2020 at 111 West Campbell Street. Theater officials are confident the new sign will generate walk-up foot traffic for theater performances advertised by the sign. Increased attendance is expected to […]

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Posted in Biz, New Construction

YouTube Basketball Sensation Tristan Jass at Hasbrook Park, Arlington Heights: 2 Wins, 1 Loss

857 Large crowd gathers to meet the challenge or watch Tristan Jass and team play basketball at Hasbrook Park in Arlington Heights. Tristan Jass from Kenosha, Wisconsin made a decision a few years ago: Accept a basketball scholarship or develop a sensational basketball-related YouTube channel that — along with his teammates — “hustles” other local […]

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Posted in Money, Peeps, Sports

Maria Pappas: Tax Sale for 2020 Postponed; Taxpayers Now Have More Time to Pay Delinquent Cook County Property Taxes

155 A new Illinois law increases from nine months to 13 months the time that taxpayers have to pay delinquent Cook County property taxes before their property is offered to investors, giving more breathing room to homeowners and business people struggling to pay their bills, said Treasurer Maria Pappas, who helped draft the legislation. Help […]

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Posted in Gov, Personal Finance

Smart Agriculture: Better Yields with Smarter Calculations, Less Resources and Less Human Labor

73 Smart agricultural machines: Agras T16, DOT, RIPPA™ (Robot for Intelligent Perception and Precision Application), Sweeper, Robotics in plant nurseries, GreentBot, FarmBot, EcoRobotix, John Deere Autonomous Tractor. Smart agriculture is completely revolutionizing the farming industry. To learn about what smart agriculture is and the benefits it provides, continue reading. Advanced technology is revolutionizing the way […]

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Gordon Food Service Location on Rand Rd in Palatine Sold; Closing July 3, 2020; Caliber Collision Center Moving In

566 The Gordon Food Service (GFS) store location at 1930 North Rand Road in Palatine was sold will be converted into a Caliber Collision Center, an auto body repair and paint shop. No other GFS stores in Chicagoland are affected. GFS — which serves commercial customers including restaurants, schools, universities, healthcare facilities, hotels, and stadiums. […]

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Common Uses for Reverse Engineering May Not Be As Sinister As You Expect

128 When you hear about reverse engineering, you might think about China analyzing and imitating American-made products, or other sinister cases of military or commercial espionage. However, there are many straightforward and respectable uses for reverse engineering. Reverse engineering is commonly a process used to find problems and failures in machines and processes in manufacturing. […]

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Amazon Opening Distribution Warehouse and 24-Hour Automated Pickup and Drop-Off Hub on Shure Drive in Arlington Heights

863 Amazon Locker Promotion Video: Spend more time doing the things you love. In April 2020, Arlington Heights officials announced a worldwide business was planning to locate a short-term warehousing, sorting and distribution operation at a vacant building on the northwest side of Arlington Heights. Also, in April 2020, then unidentified Amazon facility details were […]

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