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Mayor Mark Rabe called the meeting of the Crescent City village board to order at 7 p.m. Dec. 2. Clerk Cathy Crego took roll call with all trustees present: Jim Sorensen, Joe Belott, Dennis Ritzma, Steve Carley, Kim Rabe and Scott Dirks.

The 2019 Illinois school report cards were discussed at this month’s Milford Area Public Schools District 124 Board of Education meeting.

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The village of Milford is ready for the holiday season, with its decorations already hanging downtown, and it’s gearing up for its fourth Christmas parade.

Ashkum – The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is generally one of the busiest travel holiday periods of the year. As millions of travelers take to Illinois roadways to celebrate Thanksgiving, Illinois State Police (ISP) Captain Don Aaron Harsy wants to remind motorists to drive safely, according…

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A regular meeting was conducted by the Crescent-Iroquois Community Unit School District #249 Board of Education Nov. 18. President Steve Massey called the meeting to order with secretary Jody Niebuhr taking roll call. Members present were Christi Pheifer, Candi Butzow, Niebuhr, Becky Dirks, …

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CHICAGO, Dec. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chartis Group, a leading provider of advisory services and analytics to the healthcare industry, announced its acquisition of The Greeley Company, the nation's leading provider of clinical effectiveness, regulatory compliance, CMS remediation, and physician and medical staff services. Having served over 2000 organizations nation-wide, Greeley's areas of expertise include clinical practice optimization, medical staff alignment, regulatory compliance and quality, accreditation, and credentialing and privileging.

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DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., Dec. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Glanbia Performance Nutrition, the world leader in sports nutrition and parent of powerhouse brand OPTIMUM NUTRITION ("ON"), today announced an agreement with Kalil Bottling Company to distribute ESSENTIAL AMIN.O. ENERGY PLUS ELECTROLYTES(TM) Sparkling Hydration Drink, expanding availability of the lightly carbonated, grab-and-go beverage for anytime energy. Since its debut, ESSENTIAL AMIN.O. ENERGY PLUS ELECTROLYTES has earned distribution in convenience store chains nationwide and this year was awarded "Best New Product" in the "Packaged Beverages - Energy Drinks" category by Convenience Store News.

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CHICAGO, Dec. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- For the campy horror fan on your Christmas shopping list, Great North Releasing Corp announced the release of Maggots on VOD for Christmas. The film is directed by Neil Meschino (Mold) and features giant, mutant maggots that end up terrorizing a group of college kids who are trying to uncover the origins of these man-eating maggots. The evidence points towards them being created by pollution from a nearby mysterious fracking site in the mountains of upstate New York, but was it an accident or intentional?

The House of Representatives' inquiry into President Donald Trump's actions on Ukraine is not yet complete, but the evidence produced over the last two months is more than sufficient to persuade us that he should be impeached. Witness after witness testified that the president held up desperately needed, congressionally approved aid to Ukraine to extort a personal political favor for himself. ...

LOS ANGELES - The Hot Priest got his much predicted, and wildly deserved, Golden Globe nomination on Monday morning, allowing the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to do the thing it loves second best: Make up for egregious television academy snubs. And make no mistake, Andrew Scott, who plays the Hot (and deeply human) Priest in Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag," was egregiously snubbed at ...

Investigative reporter Michele Gillen spent her career rooting out injustice. One of South Florida's most recognizable TV personalities, Gillen worked at CBS-owned WFOR-TV Channel 4 for two decades - earning 25 prestigious regional Emmy Awards. She exposed inhumane treatment of mentally ill inmates in the Miami-Dade jail, leading to reforms. Earlier in her career, when Gillen was an NBC News ...