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DeKALB – A semi-tractor trailor lost its load of concrete slabs Tuesday afternoon, shutting down an already slippery, miserable corridor southeast of the city. Perry Road was closed near its intersection with Somonauk Road, but was nearly cleaned up and was reopened around 3 p.m. The roads in the...

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If plans for a 300-unit apartment complex just north of Interstate 94 in Lake Elmo are approved, it will be the biggest in the city. The city’s planning commission approved the Springs Apartment proposal Monday, and the city council is expected to consider it March 5. Continental 483 Fund LLC...

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DOB Commissioner Speaks At LICP Business Breakfast

NYC Department of Buildings Commissioner Rick Chandler spoke at the Long Island City Partnership’s Business Breakfast on January 29th. The commissioner discussed the new DOB NOW portal that standardizes processes for filing various applications and permits online.read more

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Heading south: Warming to change how US cities feel in 2080

WASHINGTON (AP) " The climate in New York City in 60 years could feel like Arkansas now. Chicago could seem like Kansas City and San Francisco could get a Southern California climate if global warming pollution continues at the current pace, a new study finds.In 2080, North Carolina's capital,...

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This Valentine's Day, give the gift of real estate! Adopt a place you love and/or where you made your favorite memories with your loved one, in Queens Museum’s Panorama of the City of New York.read more

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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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Denver council committee unanimously approves proposal to raise their salaries by the maximum amount

A Denver City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward a proposal that would raise their own and other elected leaders' salaries by the maximum amount allowed by law.

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In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

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Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

Read more in The Denver Post

Editorial: Mortenson Construction was no innocent player in the Colorado Convention Center scandal

In a letter to the city last month, the massive construction company said it was unfairly singled out by the city. Cry us a river -- then float right out of Colorado on it to find future work.

Read more in The Denver Post

EDITORIAL: In a mayoral election that’s up for grabs, your vote really counts

Our city is at a turning point. It matters profoundly who Chicago's next mayor is, and who your next alderman is. So get out there and vote.

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Chandra Wilson Reflects on Diversity in the Grey's Anatomy Cast After 15 Seasons: 'That's America'

PEOPLE Now airs live, Monday through Friday, from the Meredith offices in New York City. Catch PEOPLE Now every weekday at 12:00 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on People.com or on the PeopleTV app on your favorite streaming device. Want even more? Check out clips from previous episodes of PEOPLE Now.

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Through nearly three full matches of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs, the Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team had yet to score a goal. The top-seeded Mustangs earned penalty-kick victories over Studio City Campbell Hall and Temple City in the first two rounds, but relying on that is...

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Teen Who Fatally Shot Dad in Front of 2-Year-Old Daughter Gets 35 Years in Prison

With his wife recovering from the C-section delivery five weeks earlier of their newborn, Gerard Grandzol took the couple’s 2-year-old daughter and the family dog to Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park on Sept. 7, 2017, where they tossed a Frisbee. Returning home to his tree-lined street around 8...

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HONOLULU (AP) " A federal grand jury indictment unsealed Tuesday accuses a former Honolulu city prosecutor of dealing opioids with her physician brother and using her position to cover up their crimes.Katherine Kealoha, the wife of now-retired Honolulu police chief Louis Kealoha, steered law...

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Darien native Andrew Salgado ventures back to Chicago for a night of country at Bub City, Everclear and Fastball bring alternative rock to Waukegan's Genesee Theatre and Toni Braxton captivates at the Arie Crown Theater.

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Mom of 5 Dies While Trying to Save Her Children From Fire, 4 Years After Husband Died of Cancer

When a fire broke out inside her two-story Bakersfield, California, home on Thursday, Kristina Stratton did not hesitate to rush inside to save her children. Stratton, a 38-year-old mother of five, had gone to see a movie with one of her older daughters when one of her children called with the...

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REBNY furious that city is going ahead with new zoning laws

The Real Estate Board of New York is furious that the City Planning Department is forging ahead with plans to change zoning laws after at least one project has already been approved and underway while others are far into the pipeline. The issue revolves around the use of “voids” for mechanical...

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REBNY furious that city is going ahead with new zoning laws

The Real Estate Board of New York is furious that the City Planning Department is forging ahead with plans to change zoning laws after at least one project has already been approved and underway while others are far into the pipeline. The issue revolves around the use of “voids” for mechanical...

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