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  • Quinn says state tallying blizzard costs to apply for federal aid

     
    Posted by Monique Garcia at 4:45 p.m. Gov. Pat Quinn today said the state is now shifting from blizzard response mode to recovery mode and will begin the daunting task of tallying the storm’s cost in order to seek federal......
  • Obama on his embattled budget: Let's talk, but....

     
    Obama full text of news conference as he defends his budget and talks of Egypt....
  • Bill seeks drug dealers to pay for police work

     
    A bill introduced in Springfield could make drug dealers pay for police officers’ time investigating them, officials said at a press conference in Elgin. The …...
  • More kids experiencing Orlando Philharmonic’s ‘Notes in Your Neighborhood’

     
    Another round of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's newest educational program, “Notes in Your Neighborhood”  is under way. This time, the students of Rock Lake Elementary School are experiencing the program,  sponsored by The Mayor’...
  • Illinois Republicans lay budget cards on the table

     
    Last week, the Illinois Senate Republican caucus released "Facing Fiscal Reality --A plan for reality-based budgeting," a 21-page document that dealt in some detail with the cuts and other changes GOP lawmakers feel are necessary to get the state's...
  • United Arts prepares grant applications, grant workshops

     
    Here's some important information about United Arts' favorite task: Handing out money for deserving endeavors in arts and culture. The next grant year is soon upon us, and don't overlook the many workshops United Arts offers to help artists and cultural...
  • California harbors damaged by tsunami to get federal aid, Obama declares

     
    President Obama has made federal disaster aid available to California communities that suffered damage in the March tsunami. The tsunami caused an estimated $50 million damage, with the harbors in Santa Cruz and Crescent City being hardest hit. In Santa.....
  • Dist. 225 projects reduced aid next year, deficits in coming years

     
    Glenbrook High School District 225’s tentative budget isn’t quite finalized, but administrators are already expressing uncertainty about the reliability of state and federal aid. In …...
  • Joliet Park District seeks grant to help pay for indoor sports facility

     
    Joliet Park District officials hope to get $2.5 million in state funding to help build a new indoor sports facility that will include indoor soccer …...
  • Developer seeks grant fund for historic homes

     
    While a developer has completed restoring a historic home, a multi-family housing project next door remains on hold — a product of the poor housing …...
  • Amscot campaign to raise money for OCPS Foundation

     
    Starting Monday and running through August, Amscot Financial will be asking customers to add “Just a Dollar” to their transactions to help fund the Orange County Public Schools Foundation's Read2Succeed and teacher grant programs. Read2Succeed...