Richard Adlof “Fun gi”
March 17 – 22Red Cross
405 West John Gwynn Jr. Ave.
With this blood drive, it is our goal is to give back what he received in the hospital, or more!! So please come out and donate in his name, Richard Adlof, “a fun gi”.
Call to make your appointment!
Adlof’s @ 309-360-6962
Richard Adlof “Fun gi”
AAA Certified Confidential Security President Tom Simpson to serve as panelist at the NAID Annual Conference
NAID is the information destruction industry’s national association.
Peoria, Il – March 5, 2014 – Tom Simpson, AAA Certified Confidential Security Corporation President has been selected to serve as a panelist at the NAID Annual Conference (National Association for Information Destruction) Apr. 4-6, 2014.
Simpson will participate in a session that will address structured referral networks. The [...]
Beltone announces a true breakthrough in hearing technology— Beltone First™ Made for iPhone® hearing aids
A brand-new, cutting-edge device from Beltone stands ready to revolutionize hearing technologies. The Beltone First is a hearing aid so small it can hardly be seen—its sleek, new shape and slim silhouette follow the contours of your ear to virtually disappear. Acting like tiny wireless headphones, the highly programmable device can be customized for your [...]
(Peoria, IL)— The Peoria City Engineer announces that traffic control modifications will be made on Main and University Streets, as needed, for ground thawing and water main installation. Starting Friday, March 7th, Main Street, from University to Elmwood, will be closed to all traffic. This closure is expected to be in place for approximately one [...]
(Peoria, IL)— The city of Peoria’s Permits Engineer announces that, on Monday, March 10, 2014, the parking lane and one traffic lane on NE Jefferson, from Hamilton Boulevard to Main Street, will be closed to allow a crane to place materials on the top of the building. The lane closure is expected to begin around [...]
Peoria, IL (March 7, 2014) – Dr. Craig Cady is a professor of biology and the director of the stem cell research laboratory at Bradley. This month, a local group called the Parkinson’s FundRACERS, led by Pekin residents Val and Don Bohlander, presented Dr. Cady a check for $25,000. The funds will go towards lab [...]
The U.S. economy added 175,000 jobs last month, an increase over January, according to the Department of Labor.
The unemployment rate was 6.7%, compared to 6.6% in January. Economists had been expecting a gain of 150,000 jobs and for unemployment to remain flat.
The particularly cold and icy winter has been hard on the job market. In [...]
Modern-day peeping Toms in Massachusetts, the sorts who get their thrills snapping “upskirt” photos on crowded subways, now have their behavior criminalized.
Gov. Deval Patrick signed a bill today, according to his office, making photographing or recording video under a person’s clothing — think down a blouse or up a skirt — a misdemeanor.
The bill was [...]
(Peoria, IL / March 6, 2014) – Dr. Brian Silverstein has been appointed to the OSF Healthcare System Board of Directors. Dr. Silverstein is the President of HC Wisdom in Owings Mills, Maryland, which provides private population health management advisory services and operational assistance.
Dr. Silverstein started his career in consulting in Chicago in 2000 with [...]
Several OSF HealthCare campaigns are recognized at the annual ADDY event in Peoria
Peoria, Ill. – March 6, 2014 – The American Advertising Federation in Peoria recently honored OSF HealthCare with top honors for several community-facing advertising campaigns.
OSF’s Ted (What is an ACO?) video campaign won “Best of Show” at the Feb. [...]