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For the first time since 2004 — and just the seventh time since it was first recorded in 1639 — Earthlings had the chance to view a solar system rarity. Venus passed directly between the sun and Earth on Tuesday and could be seen as a small black disk moving across the sun’s glowing surface.… Read More »
Google is making it easier and cheaper for Illinois small businesses to get online — which could translate to more money for business owners. A website can help owners spread the word about their companies, reeling in more customers and boosting the city’s economy, according to Mayor Rahm Emanuel. For more information, visit: http://www.gybo.com/illinois/
The NATO Summit is more than a week away and Occupy Chicago will hit the city’s streets on Friday to start their 10 days of protests. Activists named Boeing, Co. as one of their main targets during the summit. In a Thursday news conference, organizers announced plans to shut down Boeing’s corporate headquarters in the… Read More »
Business along Congress Parkway is hurting because of the construction, but there’s hope on the horizon as the project is scheduled to come to a close by the end of Spring.
Chicago TV reporters have been camped outside of Rod Blagojevich’s house for months. But after yesterday’s sentencing, they say they’re ready to pack up and move out of Ravenswood.
When Jacqueline B. Vaughn Occupational High School tipped off its basketball season on Tuesday afternoon, the excitement surrounding the Eagles had very little to do with projected win-loss records. Instead, students were buzzing over the opportunity to play a sport they previously could only watch. Since 1968, Vaughn has been home to Northwest Side public… Read More »