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SPORTS
Electronic recycling powers up for new
season in Westchester
Annual Summit helps
ex-offenders re-enter
society
FOREST PARK | Several years ago, Dorothy Brown,
clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, noticed a
need among ex-offenders who had done their time
and wanted very much to be productive members
of society.
WESTCHESTER | Going green
and being environmentally
conscious aren’t just catch
phrases in the Village of
Westchester.
  
Mayor Sam Pulia, trustees and
village employees take an active
role in preserving the environment
by hosting events such as
electronic recycling, held the
second Saturday of every month
from 8:30 a.m. to noon April
through October.
Villages celebrate National
Night Out
Business Expo draws record
number vendors
WESTCHESTER | What was once an event held at
Hillside Village Hall for members of the Hillside-Berkeley
Chamber of Commerce has grown by leaps and bounds.
St. Joseph
in supers;
3 former Pirates
in NCAA tourney
WESTCHESTER | Gene
Pingatore, the all-time victories
leader among boys basketball
coaches in Illinois high school
history, and his Chargers have
won games in every
way imaginable....  
PROVISO | National Night Out, an annual event which
began over 30 years ago in cities and towns across
the country to strengthen relationships between law
enforcement and residents—as well as raise crime
prevention awareness—has been celebrated locally
for many years.
Solving the State’s
Fiscal Challenges
Requires Coming
Together in
Moderation

SPRINGFIELD |  Solving the
fiscal challenges of Illinois
requires a balanced
approach. That is why I
pledged to work cooperatively
and professionally with
Governor Rauner. I will keep
that pledge and continue
working to ensure the
governor and Legislature
come together in moderation
to help Illinois’ middle class
and other struggling families.  
In addition to that pledge, I
stated that the number one
issue facing Illinois was the
budget deficit. That has not
changed.....
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