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Who took Harriet Hausman's $4,643.75 state tax refund check remains a mystery, but the 89-year-old River Forest resident has gotten her money back. Hausman said the entire amount was deposited into her account Friday. "I have the money and I'm...
Peoples Gas has dropped its request for automatic rate hikes on home heating bills to pay to replace aging pipes below city streets. Chicago's Peoples Gas is floating legislation in Springfield that would add a surcharge onto utility bills to pay for a...
Peoples Gas has dropped its request for automatic rate hikes on home heating bills to pay to replace aging pipes below city streets. The natural gas utility is now floating new legislation in Springfield that would add a surcharge onto its utility bills...
By the time Peter McNamara discovered his mistake, it was too late. The Mount Prospect resident paid his Nicor Gas bill online April 12 but didn't notice he had entered an extra number until days later, when he saw a large debit from his bank account....
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The mistake was caused by just a click of the computer mouse, but its impact has been long-lasting. It was mid-November and Patrick Barnes' parents were preparing to move from his McHenry house to their new place in Florida. "One of the last things my...
Tribune reporterA gas leak near downtown Downers Grove forced residents and nearby businesses to evacuate for a few hours this morning, fire department officials said. A worker replacing sewer lines on Main Street near 53rd Street hit a high-pressure, two-inch gas line...
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The West Cook YMCA in Oak Park could win up to $25,000 in the Nicor Gas Energy Efficiency Program Community Challenge if residents and businesses sign up online for one of the company's six energy-efficiency programs. As of March 21, the YMCA had earned...
It wasn't by choice that Jennifer DeGraff moved out of her house in Crystal Lake last May. A series of misfortunes, layoffs and a sour job market left DeGraff and her family teetering on the brink of financial ruin. Seeking a clean slate, the family...
The gas was still flowing at Jennifer DeGraff's house in Crystal Lake on Monday morning, nine months after she first asked Nicor to turn it off and more than a month after she was featured in What's Your Problem? DeGraff filed for bankruptcy last...
Tags: Jon Yates, China, Bankruptcy
The Village Board recently voted to lift a ban on restaurants serving drinks before noon on Sundays, a move that sets the table for mimosas and bloody marys. "This will allow a local restaurant to start serving Sunday brunch," Trustee Mike Stevens...
Tribune reporterA Lincolnwood man who is facing charges of illegally diverting gas and power to his pet food company was hit with more charges of trying to bribe a witness in the case, Cook County prosecutors said Saturday. Joel Sher, 56, allegedly offered $5,000 to a...
Tags: Prosecution, Witnesses, Lincolnwood, Justice System, Rachael Ray
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