Your Children Imagine every child had the opportunity for a great education. Imagine families had the power to send their children to the best schools without worrying about the costs. Last year, Illinois took the first tepid step towards achieving it....
Public Meeting Planned For Proposed 143rd Street Improvements The first segment of this project is tentatively planned for construction in 2020. By Andrea Earnest, Patch Staff | Feb 26, 2019 1:35 pm ET (Image via Shutterstock.) HOMER GLEN, IL — The Will County Division of Transportion will...
Triangle Development Moves Forward This week we had a special meeting regarding the Triangle Development. Structured Development did a very nice job with the presentation.  A lot of residents attended and gave the Village and Structured Development feedback.  We are...
Obama’s School Discipline Guidance Could Be Doomed. Here’s Why That’s Great News. Jonathan Butcher  The Obama administration issued guidance that made it difficult for schools to discipline students according to need. (Photo: Kevin Lamarque /Reuters/Newscom) COMMENTARY BY Jonathan Butcher@JM_Butcher Jonathan Butcher is a senior...
Are taxes and bans the future of plastic shopping bags in Illinois? by LGIS News Service | Jan 28, 2019 The state legislature adjourned before taking action on Senate Bill 1597, which would require Illinois consumers to pay a 5 cent fee for every...
Palos Township Trustee Refuses to Bow to Arab Community's Demands Written by IllinoisReview.com PALOS HILLS - The Facebook comments of a township trustee 18 months ago riled Chicago's southwest suburban Muslim community into demanding that trustee resign, but she has refused to...
  Data from Illinois’ six largest pension systems show 19,158 former government workers collect annual pensions of more than $100,000, costing those systems nearly $2.4 billion combined in fiscal year 2018. Six-figure pensioners enrolled in those systems contributed an average of...
The following is an update on the board meeting from Monday the 28th which was a continuation of the previous meeting on the 21st. On the agenda was the discussion on fines for not getting a permit.  They are currently $750...
The most recent board meeting was shortened due to the events on Monday night.  The remainder of the meeting will be held this Monday at January 28th beginning at 5PM. After being informed of the shooting and that the Village Hall...
Prison Reform Should Be a Conservative Priority, Mike Lee Argues Rachel del Guidice / @LRacheldG “We've seen what happens when we take away somebody's brother or son or uncle or nephew or father and we warehouse them for decades at a time,”...

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