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Joliet Herald News: Joliet school wins prestigious national award for the 2nd time

The students of Eisenhower Academy in Joliet gathered in the school gym for “some special news” from Washington D.C., Theresa Rouse, superintendent of District 86 in Joliet said she told them. “They gasped and got excited,” Rouse said. The news, announced on Sept. 16, was that U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced that Eisenhower […]

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Daily Herald: Naperville City Council signals strong support for affordable housing complex

It’s not often the Naperville City Council receives a standing ovation. But it happened Tuesday after a 9-0 vote authorizing pursuit of an affordable housing project on city land southeast of the corner of 103rd Street and Route 59 on Tower Court. As part of the potential agreement for development, a minimum of 60 units […]

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Recycling Today: Association calls for action on recycling bills

In June, House Reps. David McKinley and Mikie Sherrill introduced the Recycling Infrastructure and Accessibility Act (H.R. 8183) and House Reps. Joe Neguse, Tim Burchett and Bill Foster introduced the Recycling and Composting Accountability Act (H.R. 8059). The Recycling Infrastructure and Accessibility Act would establish a pilot rural recycling program at the U.S. Environmental Protection […]

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Politico: Civil rights group files first lawsuit against DeSantis over ‘illegal’ migrant flights

BOSTON — A civil rights law firm filed a federal class action lawsuit against Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis on Tuesday, accusing him of orchestrating a “premeditated, fraudulent, and illegal scheme” to fly dozens of migrants from San Antonio to Martha’s Vineyard. The lawsuit, filed by the Boston-based Lawyers for Civil Rights, alleges that DeSantis […]

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