Articles By Alexandra Chaidez
Residents can report incidents of misconduct in the county such as excessive force, intimidation and theft by filling out an online form.
Lincoln Avenue will be closed between Wrightwood and Fullerton Avenues 3 p.m. Saturdays-2 a.m. Mondays as part of the Feast of Lincoln event.
People can buy tickets online starting July 9. Illinois first responders, teachers and health care workers will have free admission July 24-Aug. 9.
Each of the 1,000 safety kits is packed with two masks, hand sanitizer and five pairs of latex gloves.
Homemade pet blankets, a professional photography session and themed baskets are being offered in the auction.
The program provides residents with reduced water, sewer and water-sewer taxes, as well as debt relief after a year of payments.
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