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The Chicago Bears generated a lot of interest from fans and non-fans alike on Thursday for a Submission of plans for a new dome-shaped stadium and recreation area in Arlington Heights.
Team officials were met with applause when they said the stadium would be closed, and that the team would not negotiate renovations at Soldier Field while pursuing the Arlington deal.
The multi-billion dollar project could take 10 years or more to complete, said George Halas McCaskey, president of Beers. He said the team would need government funding to help turn the project into a reality.
“The Bears family will not seek public funding to build the direct stadium structure,” McCaskey said. “However… we will need help.” Read the full story here.
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Inside the Red Lion pub in the heart of Lincoln Park on Thursday, owner Colin Cordwell played the British song “Land of Hope and Glory” repeatedly throughout the day. The wooden floors creaked as two shepherds made their way, seated against a backdrop of books, bottles, and colorful Christmas lights. The TV was showing pictures of the Queen.
News of Queen Elizabeth II’s death quickly spread around the world, including in Chicago, where British consulates, expatriates and ordinary Chicagoans alike felt The weight of the advertisement.
Buried deep in a century-old Tribune Tower time capsule, the 1919 World Black Sox baseball sees the light
Nearly a century ago, millions of words poured from the confines of the Tribune Tower in stories of rogue politicians, murderous lovers, civic giants, sports heroes, regular people, and big shots, charting all the joys and tragedies of the human condition. No longer home to a newspaper but to luxury condominiums, the building now offers a new and fascinating story, about a long-buried baseball game, A baseball game that some believe is worth a million dollars or more.
The ball is a household thing, bruised and beaten. It was discovered earlier this year when three time capsules were found while remodeling the building.
As more immigrants are expected in Chicago, others wait at a hotel in a nearby suburb to take one last step: “I’m grateful but I also feel stuck here.”
Dozens of refugees They were moved from a shelter in Humboldt Park to a hotel in Burr Ridge on Wednesday.
Although they are grateful to have a comfortable bed, plenty of food and clean clothes to wear, the group is concerned that they will face remote isolation from the city, and that the distance will make it difficult to seek help and make calls themselves to find permanent housing and find work, they said.
Governor JB Pritzker says racism behind disguised political mailings in newspaper uniforms attacking new criminal justice laws
A series of newspaper-like political emails criticizing Democratic Governor J.B. Pritzker on crime issues led the governor to claim that it was the work of “racist political advisor” and right-wing radio host Dan Proft, who also financially supports Republican governor candidate Darren Bailey.
Mailings, tailored to specific areas and sent to voters across Chicago under labels such as “Chicago City Wire,” “DuPage Policy Journal,” and “Will County Gazette,” are filled with purported news articles containing Misinformation about the effects of criminal justice reforms Released during the Pritzker era.
‘We’re All Bought’: How the Chicago Bears hope to reset expectations this season with a ‘new normal’ on how to prepare
Jaylon Johnson understands what Sunday is. For the new look for the Chicago Bears, the first week game against the San Francisco 49ers provides an opportunity to start the season under a new coaching staff with A New Methodology for Pursuing Greatness.
What better way to test progress and standards set than with a home game against an opponent who played in the NFC Championship in January.