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Black History Month Beanstack ChallengeSun, February 28th - 12:00 AM
Grab & Go ActivitiesMon, March 1st - 12:00 AM
Teen Grab & Go - Animal Crossing Bell BagMon, March 1st - 12:00 AM
Beanstack Reading Challenge: Virtual Field TripMon, March 1st - 12:00 AM
Grab & Go Mi Casita Activity KitMon, March 1st - 12:00 AM
How to File for Unemployment: Illinois Makes Sweeping Changes Amid Surge in Claims
The Illinois Department of Employment Security announced a sweeping set of initiatives designed to accommodate the record-breaking number of unemployment claims filed during the coronavirus pandemic.
In the most significant of the changes, officials announced Thursday that those individuals filing unemployment benefit claims will need to adhere to an alphabetized schedule in order to help deal with the massive increase in filed claims.
For Online Filing:
Those individuals seeking to file online can use the IDES website.
-Those Illinois residents whose last names begin with the letters A-M will be asked to file claims on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
-Those residents whose last names begin with the letters N-Z will be asked to file claims on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
-Saturdays will be available to anyone, according to the state.
For those using the call center:
Residents can access the call center at either 800-244-5631 or 866-488-4016 (TTY)
-Those residents with last names beginning with letters A-M will be asked to call Tuesdays and Thursdays between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
-Those with last names beginning with letters N-Z will be asked to call Mondays and Wednesdays between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
-Fridays between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. will be available to anyone to accommodate those unable to call earlier in the week.
Thu, February 4thBloomin’ News - Lansing Garden Club
January to February of each year the seed catalog companies start sending out catalogs and/or they are available online. Use these resources to get ideas and make plans for your 2021 garden. If you are interested in vegetables, there are many hei...Read More
Thu, January 14thFox Pointe Events in 2021
If you hadn't yet noticed, there are events on the Fox Pointe calendar!
Something to look forward to, starting in June.Read More
Thu, January 7thYour Library Knows...
Is the best resolution the one you keep?
The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is but a cherished memory and many of us will look to the new year with promises in hand for change. Decisions made to commit to a better way of life b...Read More
Wed, September 16thOpportunity Works
I am reaching out in efforts to recruit participants for our career and job training program at Prairie State College called Opportunity Works.
We assist individuals between the ages of 16-24 years old, who are ou...Read More
Thu, September 3rdREALM Project Round 4 Test Results Available
As part of the REALM Project’s research, Battelle has conducted four natural attenuation studies to provide information on how long the virus may survive on materials common to archives, libraries, and museums. The studies were conducted by applyi...Read More
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