April 3, 2021

Day: April 3, 2021

Powering Chicago Helps Restaurants with Solutions for Getting ‘Back In Business’

CHICAGO, April 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Powering Chicago, the labor-management partnership between the Electrical Contractors’ Association of Chicago and IBEW Local 134, has released a new eBook for restaurant owners and general managers with solutions to help businesses thrive while staying healthy and safe during COVID-19.

Written with the unique needs of the restaurant business during a pandemic in mind, Back to Business: A Guide to Safely Reopening Chicagoland Restaurants with Increased Capacity, helps restaurants decide what kind of outdoor structures are best for their needs. Additionally, the guide empowers owners to think of all the details

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Suspect Identified After Deadly ‘Business Dispute’ Shooting Spree in California

Reuters/Orange County Police

Authorities have identified 44-year-old Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez as the gunman who allegedly opened fire inside a California office building on Wednesday, killing four people in what officials said was a “business dispute.”

During a Thursday press conference, police said they were looking into whether Gonzalez chained the gates to the Orange County office complex and lay in wait before opening fire and killing four people—including a 9-year-old—and wounding another. While authorities have not named the victims, they have identified them as one man, two females, and a 9-year-old boy. A female and Gonzalez are being treated

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Florida home insurance rates set to skyrocket

Florida is headed into an insurance crisis. Rates for home insurance are rising, and hundreds of thousands of homeowners may not be able to get a policy at all.

Mandy Wells could be one of them. The Lee County resident is sick of living with a leaky roof.

“[The contractor] said we can get all this all covered for free,” Wells said.

The insurance company didn’t agree.

Experts say contractors like that are part of the reason insurance companies can’t afford to do business here. Two years

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