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Illinois Residents to Feel More Tax Pain with Increase in Gasoline Tax Starting Monday July 1, 2019

Lawmakers in June 2019 passed a capital bill that raises the state gas tax from 19 to 38 cents a gallon on Monday July 1, 2019. The Daily Herald featured an interview with Craig Grandt at Grandt’s Auto Repair & Shell Service Station on Northwest Highway, just east of Arlington Heights Road at the intersection […]

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Posted in Finance, Gov

Facebook Suspends Cardinal News Again! For Sharing CNN Article About Classic Led Zeppelin Album Cover Ban That CNN Says Was Reversed

Friday morning June 21, 2019, Cardinal News shared an article from CNN that published that Facebook has reversed a ban it placed on a classic Led Zeppelin album cover that shows images of naked children climbing the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Cardinal News didn’t select the picture; Facebook’s Open Graph markup code automatically selected […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Law

State Rep. Walker Thanks Residents at District 25 Administration Building for Joining Town Hall on Fair Tax

State Rep. Mark Walker, D-Arlington Heights, is thanking residents who attended a town hall meeting Wednesday evening to discuss the Fair Tax income tax proposal. “A Fair Tax income tax system is one of the biggest issues to come out of the General Assembly this past session,” Walker said. “It’s really important residents are aware […]

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Jon Stewart Chokes Up, Gives Angry Speech to Congress Over Health Care for 9/11 First Responders

Former late night host and 9/11 first responders advocate Jon Stewart chokes up and slams Congress over health care for the 9/11 first responders during the hearing for reauthorizing the 9/11 victim compensation fund. In his emotional testimony before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, Jon Stewart at times choked up […]

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Posted in Law

FCC Votes to Let Telecom Companies Stop Unwanted Phone Calls by Default

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday June 6, 2019 to allow telecom providers to block illegal and unwanted calls before they reach telephone consumers. The FCC claims consumers will notice an immediate difference for those plagued by scam calls. The FCC reported they received over 200,000 consumer complaints per year. Specifically, the Commission approved […]

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Posted in Gov, Wireless Phones

Capsize: The Ugly Truth About Those Charming Water Vessels Known As Paddle Boats, Pedal Boats and Pedalos; and Death of Young Man at Lake Terramere

Boat Accident Involving Death: Liability & Investigation Can Turn to Civil Court When Crime Is Not Involved Rescue efforts for Huntley man who died at Lake Terramere in far north Arlington Heights on Memorial Day 2019 a paddle boat capsized. You may think of a paddle boat or pedal boat — also known as a […]

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Posted in FIRE BLOG, Law, Water Safety

State Rep. Walker Co-Sponsors Legislation Expanding Military and Veterans’ Discounts

Recognizing the sacrifices of military families as well as those in uniform, state Rep. Mark Walker, D-Arlington Heights, is pushing to include the spouses and dependents of veterans and military personnel in receiving discounts on goods and services. Rep. Mark Walker from Arlington Heights announced the effort earlier this week, just before Memorial Day. “It’s […]

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All 7 Chicago Public Schools Board Members Resigning; Lightfoot-Appointed Members to be Named in June

All seven members of Chicago’s Board of Education on Wednesday May 22, 2019 announced they will be resigning. All seven members were appointed by former Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and during their terms there has been an increase in graduation rates and a large number of school closings. On Wednesday, newly elected Mayor Lori Lightfoot confirmed […]

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Rep. Jonathan Carroll Bill Protects Health Care for Illinoisans with Pre-Existing Conditions

Fighting to protect peoples’ health care, state Rep. Jonathan Carroll, D-Northbrook, is sponsoring legislation that would prevent Donald Trump from stripping away pre-existing condition coverages. “While Donald Trump is attempting to roll back health care protections for people with pre-existing conditions, I am standing up for middle-class families who deserve to keep their coverage,” said […]

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Arlington 425 Development Approved by Arlington Heights Village Board Monday Night May 13, 2019

The Arlington Heights Village Board unanimously voted for the approval of the Arlington 425 development Monday after meeting over three hours, hearing from the developer, village staff, the village board and citizens of the community. VOTING … Mayor Thomas Hayes — Yes Trustees Richard Baldino — Yes Mary Beth Canty — Yes Robin LaBedz — […]

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Arlington 425 Project Goes to Village Board Tonight May 13, 2019 for Final Review

Arlington 425 Approval with 361 Residential Units Would Bring at Total of 441 New Residential Units to Block 425 A special meeting regarding discussion of final approval for the proposed Arlington 425 project is scheduled for the Village Board on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Board Room. The Arlington 425 development […]

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Arlington Heights Police Chief Gerald Mourning Announced Retirement Effective August 4, 2019

After 14 years of service as the Arlington Heights Chief of Police and 42 years in law enforcement, Chief Gerald Mourning will be retiring on August 4, 2019. Chief Mourning is only the 5th Police Chief who has led the nearly 125-year-old Police Department. Prior to serving as Arlington Heights Police Chief, Gerald Mourning served […]

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Posted in Gov, Public Service

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