Posts Tagged “Facebook”

Public services failing to protect consumers

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Public services failing to protect consumers

Public services failing to protect consumers The telephone companies, email services and social media sites like Facebook all can do something to stop consumers from being scammed by identify thieves and con artists. But they don’t want to spend the money to do the work that needs to be done to protect us. They can…

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Watch Out! Avoid The Sister Scam and These Other Facebook Gotchas!

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Watch Out! Avoid The Sister Scam and These Other Facebook Gotchas!

The days of Nigerian email scam and unknown inheritance tricks are starting to fade into the distance as Facebook’s popularity continues to soar. Now, with the Christmas season upon us, it seems like some of them have become even more prevalent than before. So, how are you able to tell the difference between what is…

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Bastien shares life story in new one-person play

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Bastien shares life story in new one-person play

To honor families everywhere, we are pleased to announce that Stephen R. Bastien, successful entrepreneur, businessman, and writer will be performing his one person play, “A Championship Life,” as part of the 18th Annual Fillet of Solo Festival presented by Lifeline Theatre beginning this Saturday at 4pm at the Heartland Studio venue, 7016 N. Glenwood…

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Needy and disabled children celebrate Christmas in Cicero

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Needy and disabled children celebrate Christmas in Cicero

The Cicero Police helped 30 needy families and families with children with disabilities celebrate Christmas at the annual Children’s Christmas “Shop with a Cop” Charity drive. Each year the Cicero Police use donations from local businesses and money raised from within their own ranks from Cicero Police Officers to provide funds to allow the children…

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Top Five Tips for Picking Book Club Books

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Top Five Tips for Picking Book Club Books

Top Five Tips for Picking Book Club Books (BEAUFORT, SC) More than five million Americans belong to book reading groups – not counting online groups – and most are women. Not surprising, since the existence of book clubs traces back to mid-18th century England when women began hosting salons at each other’s homes for intellectual advancement….

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Orland Township now on TV, YouTube

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Orland Township now on TV, YouTube

Orland Township now on TV, YouTube By Megan St. John For many people, the hardest part about being in front of a camera isn’t memorizing your lines- it’s beating the heat.  The little lights that stand politely out of frame appear to be simple accessories, merely illuminating the scene.  One would never suspect these tiny…

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