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A new survey by a self-described liberal group found that the majority of Arlington Heights residents surveyed Support the Chicago Bears Moving From Soldier Field to Their VillageBut resist any tax subsidies to help the team do so.
Poll, released on Tuesdayfound that 72% of respondents approved of Bears’ proposal Construction of a stadium at the closed Arlington International Racecourse — but 68% opposed using tax dollars to help the team. The poll found strong support for an ordinance prohibiting Arlington Heights from using taxpayer money to help build a stadium or other “corporate welfare” by a 55%-30% margin.
The survey was sponsored by Americans for Prosperity-Illinois, a group founded by the conservative billionaire Koch brothers, and surveyed 300 registered voters in the village.
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A person charged with murder in connection with A hit-and-run outside the Jeffrey’s pub, killing three people On August 14, according to investigators, he was allegedly heard saying “I’ve got something for you, you m—f——” before the group plowed into his cousin’s vehicle.
Tavis Dunbar, 34, of the 7000 block of South Emerald Avenue in Englewood, was arrested in the 5100 block of South Wentworth Avenue, also in Englewood, on three counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder of the first-degree. was accused of. According to Chicago Police. He appeared in Bond Court where Judge Susana Ortizo ordered him to be held without bail,
After Taking Control of the State Party, Governor JB Pritzker Donates $5.5 Million to Help the Illinois Democrats
To consolidate his influence over the Illinois Democratic Party with the election of his chosen chair, Government JB Pritzker Gives $5.5 Million to state party and campaign committees aimed at helping Democrats maintain supremacy in the Illinois House and Senate in November.
The governor, a billionaire heir to the Hyatt Hotels fortune, on Friday gave $1.5 million to Illinois’s Democratic Party, now led by Cicero’s Pritzker-backed state Representative Elizabeth Hernandez, according to state campaign finance records. This brings Pritzker’s total contribution to the State Party during the current election cycle to $3 million, which is close to the approximately $3.2 million he gave to the State Party. In 2018 he made his successful bid for the first term.
Mayor Lightfoot wants more study before Chicago permanently removes Columbus statues or other monuments
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will set up a “working group” to review recommendations for Removal of problematic monuments,
In the mayor’s first public comments since his special commission on monuments released its final report last weekLightfoot said she disagrees with some of the recommendations and will set up a group to study the issue further. Among the commission’s most controversial proposals are permanently mothball statues of Christopher Columbus that were removed in 2020 amid public unrest.
The reigning champion backed out of Liberty with the last gasp a 90-72 win to reach the semi-finals for the second year in a row at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Sky built Tuesday’s win around the root of the Game 2 blowout – terrorizing Liberty on the periphery. Liberty achieved eight turnovers in the first half alone, an improvement from Game 2 but still a weakness as Sky pressed on for opportunities to transition.
Brewpubs have become a cornerstone of the country’s vast beer landscape, places where on-site beer is largely, if not entirely, consumed in the same place it is made. Unlike production breweries, the model isn’t about going on tap on store shelves or in bars—it’s about cultivating unique experiences.
Tech Flight Spirits, which opens in downtown Skokie this month, is taking its cue from the brewpub model, a rare course in the spirits industry: Distillery Pub,