Monthly Archives: March 2019

The governor’s office issued a concerning response to a simple request for the numbers backing up his “fair tax” proposal.

More than a week after claiming his income tax proposal would raise $3.4 billion in new revenue, Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s office now claims it can’t find the math used to calculate that number. This doesn’t inspire confidence in the governor’s … Continue reading

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Principal Symptoms of ADHD in Children and Teenagers

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent mental health problems affecting children in the United States. It is widely discussed in popular mental health articles, and it seems that parents all think they know how to … Continue reading

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Park Forest Police Asks Public To ‘Flood’ Officer’s Mailbox With Letters

The @ParkForestPD remains #TimStrong. Hopes you’ll chip in with a note/card of support for wounded Officer Tim Jones. #parkforestpd Park Forest Police Department is starting a campaign to bring a smile to the face of an officer wounded three years … Continue reading

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