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April 23, 1914………Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field), opens for the first time, with the Chicago Federals as the first tenants. The Federals are part of the upstart Federal League, the 3rd Major League. The Federals will remain in Weeghman Park for … Continue reading
You’ll recall that the governor campaigned on the idea of raising the income tax a bit (he never really said by how much) and then rolling it all the way back to 3 percent by the end of his first … Continue reading
A father and son have been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy Sunday afternoon in west suburban Melrose Park, according to police. Reinaldo Collazo Jr., 22, faces one count of first-degree murder; and his father, … Continue reading
In 1929 the St. Valentine’s Day massacre shocked the nation and the world when Seven people were killed in Chicago. In 2016 Seven people killed shocked the city because it was a slow weekend.
Following the lead of the City of Chicago and other municipalities nationwide, on October 26, 2016, the Cook County Board of Commissioners voted to gradually increase the minimum wage in Cook County to $13 per hour by July of 2020. … Continue reading
East bound approach from Mannheim Road to Irving Park and Scott Street intersection (Above) West Bound from 25th Avenue approach to Irving Park Road and Scott Street intersection (Above) Scott and Irving is a major street … Continue reading