Kenny Chesney, Employees, Pay, Salary, Tour

Kenny Chesney Paying All 120 Employees Through the Rest of the Year

Kenny Chesney, unfortunately, had to cancel his 2020 Chillaxification stadium tour and even though he will not be on the road this summer, he is still committed to paying all his employees through the rest of the year.
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Ice Cream, Tate's Old Fashioned Ice Cream Shop, Frontline Heroes, Firefighters, Local,

Woman Uses Stimulus Money to Buy Ice Cream from Local Parlor to Give to Frontline Heroes

A local LaGrange woman used her stimulus money to buy quarts of ice cream from Tates Old Fashioned Ice Cream Shop and shared the sweet treat with firefighters around the area.
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Hair Salon, Good Vibes, Generous Tip, COVID-19

Customer Leaves $2,500 Tip for Hair Stylist and Even Left Money for the Salon Staff #GoodVibes

An anonymous walk-in customer at a hair salon in Denver, Colorado left the stylist a $2,500 tip before leaving another $3,300 for the salon staff who were just returning to work after closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Marriage, Rescue, Las Vegas, Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, Good Vibes

Woman Marries Man who Saved Her Life at the Route 91 Las Vegas Shooting

Austin Monfort and Chantal Melanson first met at a country bar in Las Vegas the night before the deadly Route 91 Harvest Music Festival mass shooting. The two made it out of the tragedy unharmed and ended up staying in contact and eventually falling in love.
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Navy Recruits, Great Wolf Lodge, Indoor Waterpark, COVID-19, Quarantine

Great Wolf Lodge in Gurnee, IL Housing Navy Recruits During Quarantine

While the Great Wolf Lodge indoor waterpark in Gurnee, IL is technically closed, it has been housing hundreds of US Navy recruits for the past month. The recruits receive housing, food, and training at the resort while in quarantine.
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Chicago, Firefighter, Class, Graduation, New Members, First Responders

Chicago Fire Department Holds Graduation for 88 New Members

In the city's effort to maximize emergency medical resources during the pandemic, the Chicago Fire Department held a graduation ceremony for 88 new firefighter EMTs that will begin their new jobs next week.
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Students, Farm, Food Bank, Volunteer, Farmlink

Students Create Organization to Redirect Food Waste to Food Banks

A pair of students from Brown University created Farmlink, a grassroots movement to help pay farmers while redirecting their food waste to charitable organizations, such as food banks.
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Mayors Who Matter, Episode 3, Naperville, Jason Pullman

Mayor Steve Chirico of Naperville Talks Quarantine, Sports, and Local Businesses with Jason

Mayor Steve Chirico of Naperville talks quarantine, sports, and local businesses with Jason Pullman and his nephew Hudson during episode 3 of our new weekly segment: Mayors Who Matter.
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Drive In, McHenry, Good Vibes, Reopen, Theater, Cars

McHenry Drive-In Theater Reopens and is PACKED with Line of Cars #GoodVibes

On Friday night the McHenry Drive-In Theater reopened and it was packed with a line of cars! The theater was recently given permission to reopen as long as certain rules are followed, and families took advantage, while social distancing.
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Jet's Pizza, Buy One Give One, Chicago, Essential Workers

Jet's Pizza Extends Their Buy One Give One Campaign to Help Essential Workers

Last month we announced Jet's Pizza 'Buy One Give One' Campaign initiative to help all the essential workers battling the pandemic on the frontlines and we're excited to say the company has extended this offer through May 31st!
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