On the “Federal Sales Sherpa Show” we have featured a topic called the “Federal Strategic Sourcing Initiative” and our guest, Prof. Samuel Bornstein has spoken on its effects on the industry several times. Host of the show, Eileen Kent, urges her listeners to get involved. “Listeners of the show and anyone involved in GSA Schedule […]
On Saturday November 9th, Arlington Heights area veterans were invited to a free celebration in honor of Veteran’s Day. The celebration of their service served as a thank you for their service to our nation. The celebration and breakfast were held at St. Peter Lutheran Church Gymnasium. As part of the thank you, veterans were [...]
ON THE AIR – OCTOBER 29, 2013 5 PM CST – DOD executives have come out with a directive called “Better Buying Power 2.0” with the goal for government programs under “Acquisition Technology and Logistics”(ATL) to help each agency achieve its mission to make sure contractors deliver return on investment through effective and efficient acquisitions. […]
As part of the National Manufacturing Day initiative in October, IMEC has been working with Illinois legislators across the state to spread the word about the great companies and manufacturing activities happening in their districts. From northern to southern Illinois, multiple Representatives came out in support of manufacturing. A number of additional visits are scheduled [...]
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Throughout the month of October, we’re celebrating National Manufacturing Day in Illinois. With events beginning October 1 at an Evanston industrial park, to the more than 60 open houses and events on October 4, to visits with legislators and manufacturing firms sprinkled throughout, it is surely evident that the manufacturing spirit is alive and well [...]
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ON THE AIR: October 15, 2013 – 5PM CST – On the Federal Sales Sherpa Show, Bill Jaffe of Tape LLC is Eileen Kent’s special guest. Bill has built three small business into the Washington Technology Fast 50 over his 25 years of selling to the federal government and he is involved with a Woman Owned […]
Global Scene Productions and Chicago Scene, in partnership with Medieval Times, will present the nation’s first and only medieval craft beer festival, “Ale Quest” on November 22nd, 23rd and 24th at Medieval Times, 2001 N. Roselle Rd., in Schaumburg.
Schaumburg and Palatine townships will host a free job fair for jobseekers ages 50 and older and people with disabilities at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Schaumburg Township, 1 Illinois Blvd. in Hoffman Estates.
District 54’s parent conferences will be held on Oct. 10 and 11. This is a great opportunity for your children to share with you their personal, academic goals for the school year as well as their accomplishments to date. It is important that the teacher knows how an individual is doing in school, and it is important [...]
Opening statements are this morning in the trial of a TImothy Salveson, 39, of Bartlett, who is charged with aggravated street racing stemming from in a crash that killed two people. If convicted of leaving the scene of an accident involving a death, S…
Roosevelt University Implements Safety Features for its Downtown CampusBy Marie LazzaraRUNWSAC Membership Chair Safety is always an issue for universities and colleges and Roosevelt University is no exception. In the near future, the downtown campus will have safety features such as security [...]
The Wheeling village board seems poised, if divided, to approve a third site for a company whose cafes are based around video gambling, despite objections from neighbors. Laredo Hospitality wants to open a third Wheeling cafe called Stellas’s Place at …
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St. Edward d. Walther Christian: Cory Kelly had 8 kills and Katie Swanson added 6 kills and 8 digs to lead the Green Wave (12-8) to a 25-10, 25-20 Suburban Christian win. Allison Kruk had 13 digs and Clara McDowel added 10 for St. Edward, Mallory Gross…
How competitive is today’s Class 3A Palatine boys golf regional at Palatine Hills? “If this was World Cup soccer, we would be in the pool of death,” said Huntley coach Jim Rolando. “There are six really good teams and only three qualify for the section…
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Schaumburg is once again looking to tax increment financing to spur redevelopment and economic growth — this time along Algonquin Road near the convention center. And once again, other taxing bodies are hoping the life span of the TIF district — with…
Hank Phillippi Ryan, best-selling author of “Prime Time” and “The Other Woman,” will present a writing workshop from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 19 in the Rasmussen North Room of the Schaumburg Township District Library, 130 S. Roselle Rd….
Birthdays and burgers are two things that definitely merit celebration, especially when they involve The Publican and Publican Quality Meats. The One Off Hospitality sister spots are both getting a little festive this month, with The Publican celebrati…
There will be no new federally guaranteed loans for small businesses during the government shutdown. That’s bad news for Ridgestone Bank in Schaumburg, the state’s largest Smalll Business Administration lender. “You keep reading about stress testing of…
The current incarnation of the band Lynyrd Skynyrd headlines a rock concert that also features John Kay & Steppenwolf Sunday at Festival Park next to the Grand Victoria Casino in Elgin. Hear some of the best exponents of modern day swing when Big Bad Voodoo Daddy performs Saturday at the Raue Center in Crystal Lake. Plus, Tony Award winner Audra McDonald performs selections from her latest album, “Go Back Home,” Saturday at Symphony Center in Chicago.
Because of her soccer talent, St. Viator senior Maria Petrillo had opportunities to go to some top universities in Illinois, Indiana, Florida, Kansas, North Carolina, Missouri and Michigan. With the help of Sockers FC Chicago college counselor, Albert …
The Hoffman Estates Village board will discuss potential taxes and fees at its meeting tonight – as members try to find money to pay for road repairs and new vehicles. “We need to find some revenue for our roads,” Mayor Bill McLeod said Monday morning.
Our next guests share the joy of reading to children around the world and give children with Down Syndrome a place of their own to play and be themselves. Marie and her guest co-host Tim Padgett will interview Seena Jacob, founder of Bookwallah, a Chicago-based nonprofit. Its mission is to collect and distribute children’s [...]
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Do you feel like, with all life’s obligations, demands, and responsibilities, that you’ve lost your SELF? Have the needs of others taken over your life – leaving nothing left over for your own joy and purpose? Melissa Heisler, our guest on this week’s On Purpose radio show, say’s that “It does not have to be […]
Rugby may not have the massive following in the United States as it does in some parts of the world, but events like Sunday’s Girls Day of Rugby, hosted by the Illinois Youth Rugby Association at Olympic Park in Schaumburg, are spreading the word.
Seven alumni will be honored as the 2013 class of Distinguished Alumni for Harper College, at a reception from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 30 at the Wojcik Conference Center on the Harper campus, 1200 W. Algonquin Road, Palatine.