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Naperville Sun: Naperville ranks 16th on Money’s 50 Best Places to Live in the U.S., up from No. 45 last year

Naperville improved its rankings on the list of Money’s 50 Best Places to Live in the U.S., moving up to No. 16 in 2022-23 from 45th last year. In the release of its annual ranking of the Best Places to Live, the digital platform said the list spotlights 50 cities and towns with strong labor […]

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Country Herald: Joliet awarded nearly $60k by DOJ Grant to fight crime

JOLIET – The Department of Justice awarded the City of Joliet nearly $60,000 today in an effort to control crime locally. The money comes from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Program and is designed to support law enforcement programs including law enforcement, crime prevention and education, technology improvement, mental health programs, and more.

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Capitol News Illinois: Illinois takes Equal Rights Amendment to appeals court

Attorneys for the state of Illinois joined their colleagues in Nevada and Virginia Wednesday in asking a federal appellate court to declare that the Equal Rights Amendment has been legally ratified as the 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution. “I have a daughter who intends to practice law, and the Constitution she will pledge to […]

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Aurora Beacon-News: Aurora to apply for $100M federal grant to get broadband internet citywide

The city of Aurora will apply for a $100 million federal grant to help pay for broadband internet for the entire city. The City Council this week approved an application for a “Middle Mile Infrastructure” grant that was part of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress and supported by President Joe […]

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