Did You Buy Roses? Heres How to Make Them Last!

Did you receive flowers from a loved one? Then you might want to take good care of them. If you plan to buy roses or different flowers for your love, you …

How to Prepare Your Toddlers for Preschool

Getting your toddlers ready for preschool is something that is never easy to do. Not only does the toddler potentially have some resistance to the idea of going to preschool, but …

How Do I FInd the Best Preschool for My Child?

Your child’s education is one of your responsibilities. Finding the best preschools is crucial for your child, as quality education is almost an unspoken requirement before high school. Moreover, finding a …

Gun-Shaped iPhone Cases: The One Thing 2015 Doesn’t Need

Considering that eight out of every 10 people now carry around a cell phone, and most of those are iPhones that look exactly the same, it’s not surprising that there are …

Illinois Man Ends Up with Flooded, Moldy Basement After Town Fails to Provide Drainage

Missouri and Illinois have seen substantial flooding in what has turned out to be a wet summer, and for homeowners, the weather has presented some serious problems. For one man in …

Happiness to Return to Illinois, New Law Brings Back Happy Hour

On July 15, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner brought happiness back to the Prairie State, signing a new law that allows happy hour alcoholic drink specials to return. Back in 1989, Illinois …

Burger and King Finally Get Whopper Wedding

Each wedding is unique, but one that took place in Jacksonville, IL, on July 17 stands out. When Illinois residents Joel Burger and Ashley King got engaged earlier this year and …

Report: 73% of Illinois Roads Now in Poor or Mediocre Condition

On Thursday, July 9, the U.S. Department of Transportation released new data revealing that a stunning 73% of roads throughout Illinois are now in poor or mediocre condition. According to WREX, …

New Chicago Bitcoin Center Opens in Chicago-Based Incubator Company 1871

Chicago-based business 1871 recently announced that it’s launching a new project called the Chicago Bitcoin Center, which will aim to research the use of bitcoins in Chicago and developing secure networks …

Chicago Blackhawks Defenseman Opens Up About Divorce and Family Obligations

After a triumphant season helping bring the Chicago Blackhawks to Stanley Cup victory, defenseman Duncan Keith has taken some time for himself. The Canadian player wound up relaxing after the championship …

Houston Throws The Gauntlet: Chicago Soon To Be Fourth Largest City

Residents of the city of Houston are feeling especially cocky this summer. Space City’s main newspaper, the Houston Chronicle boldly declared in June, “The question isn’t whether we’ll be the nation’s …

Chicago Places New Cloud Tax on Paid Streaming Services

The city of Chicago hasn’t been bringing in the revenue it needs to bandage up its current financial mess, but many residents and businesses in the Chicago area have begun voicing …

In Illinois, Funds for Court Reporters Quickly Dwindling

Within the next few weeks, Illinois will run out of funds to pay the state’s court reporters; however, Gov. Bruce Rauner plans to work alongside lawmakers to find a “responsible solution …