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  • What We Can Do To Get Unemployed Back To Work

    It's not just the snow, cold and freezing rain that has Connecticut hunkered down and hoping for sunshine ahead. Unemployed members of the workforce are waiting for their personal storms to end. Many people focus on Connecticut's publicized unemployment...
  • Will County uses donation for vets' internship program

     Will County uses donation for vets' internship program
    Will County is teaming up with Waste Management to give some veterans the experience they need to land a job. The county's Workforce Services Division will begin a three-year pilot program this year aimed at providing internships for veterans with pay...
  • Letter: Bulk trash pickup is available

    With the holiday gift-giving season in full swing, unfortunately another snowfall of empty packing boxes, old appliances and toys, and other detritus will soon descend on our neighborhoods. Unfortunately a lot of it will end up on curbs and piled in our...
  • That's Not Trash, It's Compostable Food Waste

    That's Not Trash, It's Compostable Food Waste
    Food waste. It's been called recycling's final frontier. While many people know the joy of turning those banana peels, coffee grounds, eggshells and wilted lettuce leaves into rich compost for their backyard gardens, composting doesn't always come...
  • Orland Park residents recycling less waste

    Orland Park residents recycled fewer tons of materials in 2012 than the previous year, making it the second consecutive year the village has seen a decline, a representative from Waste Management said. The most recent data, from 2012, could reflect...
  • Deerfield expected to increase tax levy 3 percent

    Deerfield trustees are expected to give final approval next week to a 3 percent village tax levy increase. At a recent meeting, the village board approved the proposed $41.3 million budget for 2014 – the village's first calendar-year budget. A...
  • Commentary: Thanks to all who make Food Pantry work

    The Laguna Food Pantry wishes to thank the many people and organizations that made this year's citywide food drive the best ever. Waste Management estimates that it collected well over 10,000 pounds of food to distribute to our more than 500 shoppers...
  • Recycling in Gloucester, by the numbers

    Although we're sure it's marked on your calendar, we did want to point out for the few uninformed residents out there that Friday is "America Recycles Day." So how will you choose to celebrate? We recommend a good recycling trip to your local Gloucester...
  • Candy for troops, and more

    Geneva Barrels on parade The city's natural resources committee is looking for artists to participate in the upcoming 2014 Rain Barrels on Parade campaign. Artists will donate time to paint rain barrels that will be placed around Geneva in the...
  • Shop-vac a little dream for me

    News item: Researchers at the University of Rochester have found that while we are sleeping, waste materials are being flushed out of our brains, a system that has been likened to "taking out the trash." I awoke with a start, suddenly aware of a figure...
  • Mayors' Gala is Saturday night

    Mayors' Gala is Saturday night
    The annual political prom that is the Mayors' Gala is Saturday night. That means mayors and commissioners and councilmembers from Weston to Tamarac to Pompano will be wearing their best duds at the Broward County Convention Center. And anyone who...