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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • 26 million consumers lack credit history, bureau finds

    26 million consumers lack credit history, bureau finds
    About 1 in 10 Americans have no credit history, according to a new report. The report, released this week by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, found that 26 million Americans are "credit invisible," meaning they have no credit history with a...
  • The next step for Baltimore

    The next step for Baltimore
    As a resident of Baltimore for almost all my life, the events of the past several weeks brought back vivid memories of the turmoil in April 1968 following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Since that time, we have made great strides in racial...
  • Affordable housing still limited in Glencoe, officials say

    Affordable housing still limited in Glencoe, officials say
    The status quo has pretty much stayed in place in terms of affordable housing opportunities in Glencoe, and that is what the state is going to be told in June, village officials said. Next month, the Illinois Housing Development Authority is requiring...
  • Hundreds flock to YMCA for annual Taste of Asia celebration

    Hundreds flock to YMCA for annual Taste of Asia celebration
    Hundreds of people visited the North Suburban YMCA May 3 for the 11th Annual Taste of Asia Festival, which not only featured good food from Asia, but art and performance from the many Asian cultures represented in Northbrook. According to the 2010 U.S....
  • Redistricting's last best hope in Md.

    Redistricting's last best hope in Md.
    Abraham Lincoln, arguably the nation's greatest president, said in 1858: "Public sentiment is everything." Apparently, the Maryland General Assembly didn't get the word. This year, it again defied public sentiment by refusing to end gerrymandering, the...
  • New push to change Illinois remap process begins

    New push to change Illinois remap process begins
    A renewed petition drive aimed at asking voters to take much of the politics out of the drawing of state legislative boundaries was launched Tuesday, nearly a year after a similar effort was struck down by a Cook County judge. The “independent map...
  • Concrete? Coney Island fans say only wood will do for their beloved boardwalk

    Concrete? Coney Island fans say only wood will do for their beloved boardwalk
    On a rainy weekend in January, the Coney Island boardwalk was not the boardwalk of memory: no salty spray, no roller coaster clatter, no standing-room-only beach. Instead, it was damp, it was gray, and it was empty. And its age was showing. But...
  • 10 things you might not know about small towns

    10 things you might not know about small towns
    The tornado that devastated Fairdale, Ill., this month put a spotlight on small towns and their determination to endure. Let's take a trip to 10 tiny destinations. 1. Marfa, Texas, has just 1,981 souls, but it can boast seven Oscars. The town, about...
  • Guest column: Gerrymandering does damage to democracy

    Guest column: Gerrymandering does damage to democracy
    Abraham Lincoln, arguably the nation's greatest president, said in 1858: "Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it, nothing can succeed." Apparently, the Maryland General Assembly didn't get the word. It again...
  • Community center should be a ballot issue [Letter]

    The Mount Airy Community Center Task Force looked at a community center in Howard County and then made recommendations to construct a similar center. They included a strong recommendation that a commercial kitchen and other amenities be included in this...
  • Cubs in battle with Cardinals for Illinois fan loyalty

    Cubs in battle with Cardinals for Illinois fan loyalty
    The Cubs have their work cut out for them for more than just their bid to climb up the National League Central division standings. The Cardinals are encroaching on their home state turf, according to the recent Facebook data. The Cardinals visited ...