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The Neighborhood Files
Someone left the 1- and 3-week-old animals near a construction site, the manager of Siegel's said.
Rocky is available for adoption from the Romeoville Humane Society.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Why doesn’t Metra have wireless internet on its trains yet? Mostly because it would be enormously expensive and a technological challenge, too. But should they?
On the average day, 5.5 million pints of Guinness are consumed around the world.
The Joliet-based seller has four different designs and is willing to ship if you don't want to go in-person to buy one or more.
The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Bill Lauer's life has pretty much revolved around the Y -- he joined when he was 8, met his wife there and has been on the board of directors for 50 years.
It's the season for all things sweet, delicious and Thin Mint, and have a way for readers to track down their nearest Girl Scout Troop to place their orders.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
The Will County Irish are hosting a cultural discussion about an Irish-American comic.
The event costs $15 and includes a full German dinner, beer, auctions, raffles and dancing.
The Neighborhood Files, Halloween
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