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Illinois Press Association honors top newspapers

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BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL – Illinois’ top newspapers were honored today at the Illinois Press Association’s annual convention in Bloomington-Normal. More than 100 daily and non-daily newspapers competed in 36 editorial categories.The Missouri Press Association and Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association judged the more than 2,500 editorial entries.The Journal Star in Peoria won the Stuart R. Paddock Memorial Sweepstakes Trophy for large dailies. Coverage of the Caterpillar headquarters lea...
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BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL – The Belleville News Democrat emerged as the top daily newspaper for advertising awards at the Illinois Press Association’s annual convention today in Bloomington-Normal. The Galena Gazette was crowned the top non-daily newspaper.The Belleville News Democrat received the James S. Copley Memorial Trophy for advertising achievement based on points accumulated in the IPA’s annual advertising and marketing contest, which was for work completed in 2017. The Cople...
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Tariff takes its toll on Illinois newspapers

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by Sam Fisher, IPA president & CEOUnfortunately, I have learned a lot more about trade laws and tariffs than I had ever anticipated. As I wrote in a previous editorial, I understand that trade laws are in place for a reason – ultimately, to protect American jobs and interests – but this round of tariffs will devastate our industry and the communities we serve.We have every right to protect the best interests of our industry, but equally important is to convey the message that new...
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House Bill 4232, sponsored by Rep. Dave Severin (R-Marion), which sought to eliminate the publication of the school statement of affairs in newspapers was soundly defeated today by the Illinois House of Representatives. Severin’s bill received only 29 votes in favor of passage, less than half of the 60 votes the measure required to advance to the Senate.  This is a huge win for Illinois’ newspapers and demonstrates that most legislators still believe in public notice &ndash...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 17, 2024

Contact Information:
Joe Bella
(574) 276-1547 
joe@bellco-llc.com

J-Ad Graphics Newspaper Publishing sold to JAMS Media, LLC. and its View Newspaper Group of Lapeer, Michigan

 

The Jacobs Family has sold its J-Ad Graphics publishing business to JAMS Media, LLC and its View Newspaper Group of Lapeer, Michigan, according to Joe Bella, independent broker with BVC LLC. Joe Bella represented the Jacobs family in the transaction.

Legal details of the transaction were finalized on May 10. Financial specifics have not been made public.  

Weekly production of the Hastings Banner, The Reminder, and J-Ad’s newspapers in Battle Creek, Marshall, and Lowell will continue under the View Newspaper Group name. Based in Lapeer, Michigan, the View Newspaper Group operates primarily on the east side of the state with 14 free circulation and paid subscription community newspapers covering 10 Michigan counties. It prints more than 250,000 copies on both a weekly and daily basis.

According to J-Ad Graphics CEO Fred Jacobs, most employees will be retained though changes are likely in production and delivery operations.

“I realized keeping the business going was becoming more difficult due to rising costs, machine maintenance, and declining advertising dollars,” says Jacobs. “I felt an obligation to do what was necessary to keep our papers going even if it meant selling them to an outside firm."

The purchase of J-Ad Graphics fits the template of the View Newspaper Group, whose exponential growth began in 2003 with the launch of the Lapeer Area View by company President and founder Rick Burrough.

“The Jacobs family has been great stewards of the J-Ad group of newspapers,” states Burrough. “When the family decided it was time for them to sell their papers, they sought us out knowing of our success in the community newspaper business and our reputation for treating stakeholders – readers, advertisers, vendors, and employees – with fairness and respect.”

The Jacobs family was represented by Joe Bella, an affiliate of Business Valuation Consulting LLC. Contact Joe@bellco-llc.com, 1-574-276-1547.


 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 16, 2024

Contact Information:
Rocco D. Biscaglio
(708) 935-8218
rbiscaglio@leydentownship.com
leydentownship.com
 

Leyden Township Health Fair delivers needed health and wellness services to the community
 

LEYDEN TOWNSHIP, COOK COUNTY, Illinois - On Saturday, May 18, Leyden Township welcomes all residents to Leyden Township’s second Community Health Fair; making this an annual event after a successful first year. This health fair is designed to integrate health and wellness into the community by connecting residents to all services necessary for optimal health and well-being.

Components of health that will be represented during the fair will be by community partners who offer primary health care and mental health services. Also included are job opportunities, healthy food and clean water options, physical fitness, and safety skills and training. The event is structured to foster connection and awareness between residents and providers of health and wellness service providers in the community.

The Leyden Township Community Health Fair will be held at the Bradley A. Stephens Community Center, 2620 North Mannheim Road, Franklin Park, Illinois, on Saturday, May 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. This will be a free event that is open to the public. The Secretary of State will also be onsite during the health fair, offering Mobile DMV Services to residents with an appointment. Residents can secure reservations ahead of time by calling (847) 455-8616.  

Some of what The Leyden Township Community Health Fair will offer: 

  • Redetermination Information (maintaining health benefits)
  • Vehicle Registration and Driver's License Renewal
  • Various health screenings 
  • HIV testing
  • Healthy Snack options
  • Financial health literacy 
  • Nutrition counseling and access to emergency meals and more!


“My vision as township supervisor is to create a thriving community for all township residents. I found it prudent to prioritize our community’s health and wellness needs and to find community partners with a shared vision and proven track record of delivering positive health outcomes,” said Rocco D. Biscaglio, Leyden Township supervisor.

ABOUT LEYDEN TOWNSHIP
Founded in 1850, approximately 15 miles from downtown Chicago, Leyden Township is now home to a population of over 90,000 residents. Leyden Township includes the Villages of Elmwood Park, River Grove, Franklin Park, Schiller Park, portions of the Villages of Bensenville, Rosemont, Melrose Park, Norridge, and the Cities of Northlake and Park Ridge. Also included in Leyden Township is a large unincorporated area. The unincorporated area utilizes the Melrose Park Postal Service and uses the Northlake zip code of 60164. The Leyden Fire Protection District and the Cook County Sheriff's Police protect the unincorporated area.
 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 15, 2024

Contact Information:
Alison Maley, government & public relations director
(217) 525-1383
alison@ilprincipals.org
 

Ready to lead: Illinois School Leader Pipeline participants gear up for hiring season
 

Springfield, IL – The Illinois Principals Association (IPA) is pleased to announce the first cohort of the Illinois School Leader Pipeline Program (ISLPP). This program aims to identify, develop, support, and sustain diverse aspiring school leaders in preparation for leadership roles. Managed by IPA, the Illinois Council of Professors of Educational Administration (ICPEA), and the Black Educational Advocacy Coalition (BEAC), ISLPP is supported by a grant from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
 
ISLPP partnered with principal preparation programs known for producing high-quality school leaders to target eligible candidates to build a diverse and skilled pool of future principals. Participants receive tuition support, mentorship from experienced leaders, and financial assistance for substitutes and professional development. Participants also have access to IPA membership, connecting them to Illinois' largest network of school leaders.
 
Martha Fuentes, ISLPP participant attending Roosevelt University, shared, “I am beyond grateful for the opportunity to go back to school with the aim of becoming an administrator. I am a firm believer that our students, especially students of color, need to see themselves in those that serve them. Having the support from the IPA has been instrumental in my leadership journey. Having a mentor has been such an inspiration, listening to those who were once in my shoes and who have become successful leaders is one of the highlights of the program. I have met so many leaders from all over Illinois who are willing to support me when the time comes for me to become a leader. None of this would have been possible without the SLPP program. Thank you for believing in me and the other 99 aspiring leaders!”
 
Shaunwell Posely, ISLPP participant attending Governors State University, shared, “My experience with IPA has been truly remarkable. The program has provided me with immense help and support throughout my journey. From the moment I joined, I have been impressed by the commitment and dedication of the IPA team. They have gone above and beyond to ensure that I have the resources and guidance necessary to succeed in my pursuit of becoming a school principal. The program has equipped me with valuable skills, knowledge, and networks that will undoubtedly shape my future career. I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the program, and I highly recommend it to anyone aspiring to make a difference in education leadership.”
 
Kerri Young, ISLPP participant attending McKendree University, shared, “I have always wanted to pursue a degree in school leadership, but the timing was never right, and the additional funds were never available in my budget. This program took the funding issue away, and it was the perfect opportunity to seek an additional degree. The program is one of the best ways to address the current shortages of school leaders our state is facing. By removing the financial barriers and adding additional support to the students in the program, you are making the goal attainable for many teachers.”  
 
Many participants of the School Leader Pipeline Program have graduated from their programs, or will be graduating soon, and are now seeking administrative positions. To view details about these candidates, including the level of administrative position they are seeking, visit https://www.ilprincipals.org/recruitment_candidates/.
 
 
Illinois School Leader Pipeline Program participants include:
Laura Arias, University of St. Francis
Justin Barrington, McKendree University
Leslie Bell, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Damon Belt, Eastern Illinois University
Charlise Berkel, Northeastern Illinois University
Andre Bouey, North Central College
Justin Bozarth, Eastern Illinois University
Tomas Brandt, Governors State University
Summer Butler, Roosevelt University
Lawrence Bynum, DePaul University
Starr Caldwell, North Park University Chicago
Breana Calloway, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Sarah Castaneda, Governors State University
Rosalba (Rosie) Conde, Aurora University
Heather Crain, McKendree University
Maribel Diaz, Concordia University
Kayla Elam, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Brock Friese, Eastern Illinois University
Martha Fuentes, Roosevelt University
Ernesto Garza, North Park University
Lisa Green, Governors State University
Tami Harwood, Eastern Illinois University
Samantha Helland, Lewis University
Beth Horn, McKendree University
Jamie Howard Breeden, Governors State University
Robin Hughes, McKendree University
Janet Hurtado, Aurora University
Oraia Jaramillo, Governors State University
Catherine Johnson, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Carla Jones, Loyola University
Sarah Jordan, Governors State University
Timothy Kolaczkowski, North Central College
Colleen Kunz, McKendree University
David Lerch, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Lyndsey Littlejohn, Eastern Illinois University
Yvonne Luckey, Condordia University
Brenlin Maple, Governors State University
Dionicia Martinez, Governors State University
Laura-Elizabeth McCabe, Condordia University
Ginny McClure, Governors State University
Amber Medina, Governors State University
Heather Miller, McKendree University
Missy Montgomery, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Maritza Mota, Governors State University
Dustin Murray, Western Illinois University
Joseph Oberts, Northeastern Illinois University
Jasmine Ogunleye, Concordia University
Erica Parks, Concordia University
Megan Perschbacher, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Tessa Pietrantoni, McKendree University
Shaunwell Posely, Governors State University
Katie Prather, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Saddaf Raheel, Northeastern Illinois University
Luz Rangel Raymond, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Katelyn Richert, McKendree University
Silvia Rios, Northeastern Illinois University
Stephanie Roberson, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
KimIona Robinson, National Lewis University
Tarah Rottmann, McKendree University
Keva Rush, Rockford University
Sara Schneeberg, Loyola University
MiKala Thompkins, National Louis University
Amie Thompson, Concordia University
Ewa Torres, National Lewis University
Nicole Trovillion, McKendree University
Sharon Turner-Wingba, Governors State University
Esmeralda Velasco, Chicago State University
Sonia Villarreal-Orson, Concordia University
Benay Walker, McKendree University
Janna Walson, Northeastern Illinois University
Alex Washam, McKendree University
Casey Welscher, University of Illinois at Springfield
Ericka Weston, McKendree University
Christine Wolinski, Lewis University
Hui-Chun Wu-Szillage, National Lewis University
Rachel Yaw, McKendree University
Kerri Young, McKendree University
Shannon Zarobsky, University of St. Francis
 
The Illinois Principals Association is a leadership organization serving educational leaders throughout Illinois whose mission is to develop, support, and advocate for innovative educational leaders. For more information about the IPA, please visit www.ilprincipals.org.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 25, 2024

Contact Information:
Andrew Keith
(312) 248-3208
info@221bpartners.com
 

'Morgenthau' author Andrew Meier to speak at Union League event April 25
 

CHICAGO — 221B Partners is proud to announce an evening with journalist and author Andrew Meier, to be held April 25, 2024, at the Union League. 

The evening, moderated by Bethany McLean, will include a discussion with Meier on current events in the U.S. and Russia as well as his most recent work, "Morgenthau: Power, Privilege and the Rise of an American Dynasty" (Random House, 2022), a portrait of a German-Jewish immigrant family whose members played key diplomatic and legal roles that helped shape 20th Century America. Henry Morgenthau Sr. made his mark as a real estate mogul who served as U.S. ambassador to the Ottoman Empire during World War I. His son, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., served as FDR’s secretary of the Treasury during the New Deal. And his son, Robert Morgenthau, was the longest-serving district attorney in New York City’s history, overseeing many of the city’s best-known cases. 

Meier’s previous works include the award-winning "Black Earth: A Journey Through Russia After the Fall" and "The Lost Spy: An American in Stalin’s Secret Service." He previously served as a correspondent for Time magazine based in Moscow and also has contributed to New York Times Magazine. His work has been recognized with fellowships from the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library and the Leon Levy Center for Biography, as well as from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C.

McLean is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and co-author of "The Smartest Guys in the Room," about the rise and fall of Enron.  

The evening begins with a reception at 5:30 p.m., followed by a conversation with Meier at 6 p.m.; it will be held at the Union League, 65 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. This event is invite-only. For inquiries about attending, contact 221B Partners at info@221bpartners.com.

About 221B Partners
221B Partners, founded in 2020, is a boutique private investigations firm headquartered in Chicago’s North Side. The firm’s team of experienced professionals assists clients nationwide in a wide variety of case types, including pre-transaction due diligence, litigation support, threat management, internal and external fraud, and background checks. 221B Partners can be reached at 312-806-6257, or at info@221bpartners.com.



 


 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 12, 2024

Contact Information:
Jann Ingmire
(312) 520-9802
communications@isms.org
 

Lake County physician sworn in as president of Illinois State Medical Society
 

CHICAGO – Piyush I. Vyas, M.D., was sworn in as president of the Illinois State Medical Society (ISMS) during its recent annual meeting. He was previously elected president-elect in 2023.

Dr. Vyas received his medical degree from MS University of Baroda in Baroda, India, and completed his radiology residency at Cook County Hospital. 

Dr. Vyas is board-certified in diagnostic radiology. Since 2004, he has been an attending physician at Lovell Federal Health Care Center, where he served as chief of radiology and nuclear medicine until 2018. Since 2018, he has been the associate director, Clinical Support Services. He was also assistant professor of radiology with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science from 2005 to 2016 and served as vice chairman of radiology from 2012 to 2016. Currently he is an associate professor of radiology at Rosalind Franklin and actively involved in teaching medical students. He is also a valued member of the admissions committee at the university. 

He has been an ISMS member for 40 years and has served for many years as an ISMS alternate delegate and delegate to the AMA, as well as a past trustee and chair of the ISMS Governmental Affairs Council. Dr. Vyas served as president of the Lake County Medical Society for two separate terms and served on multiple committees, at the county and state level. He is also a past president of the Indian American Medical Association.

Dr. Vyas’ term as ISMS president will run through April 2025. 
 

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Founded in 1840, ISMS is a professional membership association representing Illinois physicians in all medical specialties, and their patients, statewide.  



 

 

 

 

 

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