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It was a rude awakening for thousands of work-from-home Chicagoans Tuesday, who started their morning trying to figure why their Comcast Xfinity internet service wasn’t working.

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Letter to the Editor: And yet Mr. Whitehead advises us to turn our back on these events and continue to use carbon based energy without a thought of what this will lead to.

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CLINTON — More than 1,800 electricians, pipe fitters, welders, carpenters, laborers and other trades people are in Clinton to help with the fall refueling outage at Exelon Generation’s Clinton Power Station.

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SPRINGFIELD — State officials are working to fix a “database error” that rendered the Illinois Department of Employment Security website unable to process unemployment claims or mandatory certifications online Tuesday or Wednesday.

Heavy winter storms, freezing rain, wet snow and even high-speed winds can all lead to power outages. These blackouts can last days and sometimes weeks depending on the severity of the damage, leaving you and your family without heat, light or a means to cook. Here is what you should do before you find yourself without power during the cold, according to tips from the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

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