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September 4, 2023

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We close in on the final police reports for the end of summer as we celebrate the end of summer today.

Happy Labor Day

Enjoy your Labor Day!

Thank a Labor Union for things like weekends and days off. Andrew Carnegie did not allow such luxuries at his steel mills in Homewood, PA, three miles down the Monongahela from Pittsburgh. Steelworkers toiled seven days a week in 12-hour shifts for Carnegie. Carnegie required them to move from days to nights or nights to days by pulling a 24-hour shift every two weeks. (SOURCE)

Today, remember the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers Union members whom the Pinkertons shot dead in Homewood, PA.

And enjoy your day of rest from your labors.

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Making Sense of Village Ordinances: Let’s Start with Cats & Dogs
Ever wonder about Park Forest village ordinances? What do they encompass? How are they enforced? Where can a resident go with questions?
Making Sense of Village Ordinances: Let’s Start with Cats & Dogs
Ever wonder about Park Forest village ordinances? What do they encompass? How are they enforced? Where can a resident go with questions?
DUI Charge for Sauk Trail Driver Who Thought He Was on 159th: Reports
Police charged a man with DUI who reportedly thought he was driving on 159th Street. He was just under nine miles off, police said.
DUI Charge for Sauk Trail Driver Who Thought He Was on 159th: Reports
Police charged a man with DUI who reportedly thought he was driving on 159th Street. He was just under nine miles off, police said.

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