Monday, Aug 28, 2006
Â· “A third former janitor with the secretary of state’s physical services division has pleaded guilty to his part in a scheme that resulted in the three being paid for hours they didn’t work.”
Â· Hiring freeze? What hiring freeze?
Â· It appears that the Daily Herald was hacked again. This time, I made sure to save a screen shot of their front page.
Â· McQueary: TK’s story shows state could do more for vets
Â· Workers with disabilities keep government going
Â· “Downers Grove attorney Carole Doris secured Metraâ€™s top post Friday, continuing collar county oversight of the rail agency critical to suburban commuters.”
Â· Apparently, Greg liked my column. He also has some other ideas worth reading.
Â· Brown: Peraica volunteer learns how it is for GOP in Dem town
Â· Governor changes mind, puts up employees at the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel (scroll down)
Â· Grilling the sexes on the GOP bus
Â· Tribune Co.’s Chicago Tribune said it plans to outsource its circulation customer contact center to the Philippines
Â· Hastert defends Congress on budget
Â· Anniversary muted as canal awaits fed funding
Â· “Having gotten a kiss from President Bush, I really insisted on one from the County Board Chairman, Bob Schillerstrom as well,” Topinka said. “I’m collecting. It’s one of the good things of being a female candidate, I guess.”
Â· Danny Stover speech on YouTube
Â· Washington: Tough job awaits new Urban League chief
Â· Suburban officials sold on Wal-Mart