Academic ace Fred Gardaphè

by Ryan Calabretta-Sajder The American Association of Teachers of Italian recently bestowed its Honorary Membership ...

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Tech entrepreneur Salvatore Camarda

What do Microsoft, GE, and the Chicago Police Department have in common? They’re all working ...

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Rolling Meadows instructor Antonino Bondi

  Spending every summer of his childhood in Sicily convinced Antonino Bondi that he wanted ...

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Amy Mazzolin earns prestigious Kelly Award

Catholic Charities has bestowed one of its most prestigious awards upon Fra Noi President Amy ...

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New group hosts first-ever cuccidati fest

  Bravo to Salvatore Sciacca, Executive Director and Founder the Chicago Italian American Professionals (CIAP) ...

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Enza Raineri to serve as JCCIA president

The Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans has elected Enza Raineri as president. Raineri and ...

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Judge Coco to serve as SACA president

The Sicilian American Cultural Association has elected the Hon. Gloria Coco Esq. as president. Judge ...

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Justinians hosts glittering installation

    On Thursday, September 15, the Justinian Society of Lawyers held its annual Installation ...

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Winter maintenance tips

  If you own property, it’s essential that you keep it in good condition, especially ...

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The Fed “busts a move”

For the second time in nearly a decade, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rate, ...

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Embracing Facebook as a genealogy tool

  Back when I started my genealogy research in the late 1980s, there was no ...

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News affecting elderly and the disabled

  Two important developments have happened since the November elections. First and foremost for the ...

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