There was also snow on the ground and the two dogs Hudson owned that were not hanging dead and bloody from a fence were “visibly shaking, barking and crying while lifting their paws in an attempt to keep them from having contact with the frozen ground,” according to the petition, which said that those two, along with Fatboy, had been tethered with heavy chains and afforded the barest measure of shelter from the elements. To make matters worse, the dogs didn't have any food, the petition said.
The city council might be reluctant to shell out $2 million to fix the bridge, but they're not shy about spending on other things. There was the $1.6 for the baseball stadium formerly known as Silver Cross Field. That money went to tearing out all the grass so they could put down artificial turf, and then reconfigure the outfield wall to make the place more suitable for playing lacrosse and soccer at the baseball stadium instead of just baseball. Hopefully they can get that done soon.
When he was in eighth grade at St. Dominic’s in Bolingbrook, Rae Tuszynski was the student who lowered the flag at the end of each school day. That’s when he learned about flag etiquette and respect for the flag. Among other things, he learned how it only should be displayed from sunrise to sunset unless illuminated with a light. That also was the same year Tuszynski first met Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar. He didn’t care for him.
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Selecting a term
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