Friday, February 26, 2021
Individuals are not the only ones who should be on the lookout for cybercriminals looking to steal crucial financial information in order to commit fraud. Small business is equally at risk as thieves increase their knowledge of the tax code and industry filing practices to obtain valuable information. “For the...
Indiana State Senator Eddie Melton, D-Merrillville, recently presented a workshop to educate and empower the community on the legislative process titled, “Understanding the Legislative Process.” A diverse group of more than 70 individuals from across northwest Indiana attended the event with guest speaker, Kate Bell, from the ACLU. Held on...
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) Commissioner Timothy Bradford passed away on December 1, 2017. He was elected to the MWRD Board of Commissioners in 2014 and served as Chairman of the Ethics and Federal Legislation Committees, and he was the Vice Chairman of the Maintenance and...
Marking her first year in office, the Chicago Urban League launches episode seven of CULture Race and Equity–A Seat at the Table podcast with, a 30-minute conversation with Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx. In this episode, Foxx opens up about the challenges she faces in charging police officers in...
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has historically taken steps to preserve and encourage minority ownership of insured financial institutions. These institutions often promote the economic viability of minority and under-served communities, and Illinois Service Federal Savings & Loan (ISF Bank) in Chicago is one such bank. Metropolitan Water Reclamation...
By Delta Jones-Walker, Gary Crusader Can you believe it? In less than 30 days, 2017 will be history. This is the time that many start to think about goals for closing out the old and starting out new. One of the easiest things you can do to help get your...
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) Board of Commissioners recently approved the addition of 353 apartments to its Property Rental Assistance Program (PRA), expanding the number and locations of apartments to renters seeking affordable housing. The housing, co-developed with a number of development partners, will bring new affordable housing for veterans,...
The holidays are a great time for cheer, fun gatherings and decking the halls. ComEd offers customers tips to help them save and stay safe during the holidays. Save Energy … Don’t Let the Grinch Steal Your Energy. The grumpy, anti-holiday spirit Grinch may have been successful at stealing stuff from...
It’s been almost six months since J’s Breakfast Club moved into a larger, more accommodating space in Gary’s Glen Park section (3669 Broadway). As a result, business has increased and so has the interest for special events and live entertainment. Restaurant owner Joslyn Kelly has answered the call. Known...
Extra Eastbound Departures from Millennium Station – These extra trains will not serve Hudson Lake or South Bend Saturday, November 18 departing @8:00 p.m., and Van Buren St. @8:03 p.m. running non-stop to Hegewisch and making all local stops terminating in Michigan City. Wednesday, November 22 departing @2:00 p.m.,...