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Sightseeing at a Social Distance in Chicago’s West Suburbs

By Aurora

The weather is warming up. You may be feeling the itch to entertain your family outside as the Illinois stay at home order persists on. Authorities continue to recommend keeping a physical distance of six feet from others. So, going outdoors is a good way to safely visit with family and friends who you’ve been missing. Here are a few outdoor activities and attractions you can safely participate in, in the western suburbs of Chicago.

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Chicago architecture: Old Joliet Prison

Family Activities at a Social Distance in the Chicago South Suburbs

By Orland Park

With the outbreak of Coronavirus, Governor Pritzker ordered Illinois residents to shelter indoors, giving up daily activities like going to work and eating out. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t go outside to take a walk or go for a drive. In fact, getting out safely reduces cabin fever and gets you to places you normally do not visit. Here we focus on attractions in Chicago’s south suburbs that your family can enjoy while practicing social-distancing.

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Spring Cleaning Advice for COVID-19 From the Experts

By Building maintenance management

Executive Building Maintenance is a cleaning company with 60 years of experience providing environmental services for hospitals, medical centers, and a myriad of other entities throughout the Midwest. We’ve asked them to write a guest blog for our communities. The following is their detailed guide to help the average homeowner effectively clean their home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hillcrest Working Remotely due to COVID-19 Beginning March 18, 2020

By News

Hillcrest Property Management’s top priority has always been to deliver excellent service to our clients. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to protect the health and safety of our team and their families. Therefore, in step with much of the rest of the country, we will be working remotely and the office will be closed beginning Wednesday, March 18th until further notice.

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Mills Park, Oak Park

3 Reasons for a Springtime Visit to Mills Park in Oak Park, IL

By Oak Park

Warmer, sun-shining days are right around the corner for Illinois residents. You may already be planning your first Spring outing to a park or a conservatory. If you live near Oak Park, you’re in for a treat! Managed by the Park District of Oak Park, Mills Park is the perfect destination for anyone to spend some relaxing time outdoors reconnecting with nature. Read on, and you may just find yourself there very soon!

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