Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper

Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper The #1 bilingual FREE newspaper in the Chicago suburbs that educates, motivates and inspires through the written word. Follow us on Twitter @ReflejosNews
Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper is the largest and longest-running Latino publication in the north and northwest suburbs of Chicago. With an audience of 230,000 readers (CVC audit), Reflejos provides news coverage for residents of Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry and Will counties. It was established in 1990, and has been since honored by the National Association of Hispanic Publications with Jose Marti Publishing Awards on multiple occasions. It is the only major bilingual publication reaching the Chicago suburban Latino market. Reflejos is a sister publication to the Daily Herald and part of the Paddock Publications family. Find Reflejos online at www.reflejos.com, on Facebook (Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper) and Twitter (@ReflejosNews) or subscribe to our YouTube- Reflejos T.V. channel. The Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper App is available for download through iTunes or Google Play. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- La publicación bilingüe Reflejos ha servido al mercado latino de los suburbios de Chicago durante 20 años. Como publicación hermana del Daily Herald nuestra circulación, relaciones comunitarias y contenido editorial reflejan la misma perspectiva suburbana que ha tenido éxito en el tercer periódico más importante de Illinois al construir una base de lectores y lograr las metas de los anunciantes de llegar al creciente mercado suburbano. El formato semanal de Reflejos llega a más de 230,000 lectores latinos en los suburbios (según auditoría de CVC). Nuestro formato bilingüe atrae a latinos de primera, segunda y tercera generación, lo cual es un reflejo de la mayoría de la demografía de nuestros lectores en los hogares latinos en los suburbios y de los estudiantes de preparatoria/colegios universitarios/ESL (inglés como segundo idioma).
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Reflejos is the largest bilingual newspaper of the Chicago north and northwest suburbs.

Mission: We inspire, motivate & educate through the written word./ Inspirar, motivar y educar a través de la palabra escrita.

¡No deje de leer nuestra edición del 10 de julio de Reflejos!Don’t miss our July 10th Reflejos issue!
07/10/2020
Reflejos 07/10/2020

¡No deje de leer nuestra edición del 10 de julio de Reflejos!
Don’t miss our July 10th Reflejos issue!

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Reflejos 07/10/2020, Author: Town Square Publications, LLC, Name: Refl...

07/10/2020
Univision Chicago

Participar en el censo permite tener estadísticas sobre las necesidades de cada estado del país, según el tamaño de su población. Cuéntate en el #Censo2020 para que a tu comunidad no le falten recursos. #CuentaConmigo
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Participar en el censo permite tener estadísticas sobre las necesidades de cada estado del país, según el tamaño de su población. Cuéntate en el #Censo2020 para que a tu comunidad no le falten recursos. #CuentaConmigo
👉 https://2020census.gov/es

Los padres son el grupo más estresado durante la pandemia por el posible regreso a clases de sus hijos
07/10/2020
Riesgos y ventajas de que los niños vuelvan a la escuela

Los padres son el grupo más estresado durante la pandemia por el posible regreso a clases de sus hijos

El regreso a la escuela el próximo ciclo escolar es un gran debate en los últimos días. Sobre todo, representa una gran preocupación para los padres, quienes son el grupo más estresado debido a la …

07/10/2020
Univision Chicago

Noticias Univision Chicago Edición Digital, 10 de julio, 2020

¡Le presentamos la última edición de Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper!Read our latest Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper issue!
07/09/2020
Reflejos 07/03/2020

¡Le presentamos la última edición de Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper!
Read our latest Reflejos Bilingual Newspaper issue!

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Reflejos 07/03/2020, Author: Town Square Publications, LLC, Name: Refl...

Last 4 months bring unprecedented crackdown on legal US immigration
07/09/2020
Last 4 months bring unprecedented crackdown on legal US immigration

Last 4 months bring unprecedented crackdown on legal US immigration

As the coronavirus spreads around the world, the Trump administration has steadily choked off most avenues for legal immigration to the United States -- effectively shutting down the system that brings in hundreds of thousands of immigrants annually.

980 new cases and 36 deaths in Illinois; Pritzker calls for national mask rule
07/09/2020
980 new cases and 36 deaths in Illinois; Pritzker calls for national mask rule

980 new cases and 36 deaths in Illinois; Pritzker calls for national mask rule

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker decried the federal response to the COVID-19 outbreak during a congressional hearing Wednesday, as state health officials announced 36 more residents died and another 980 were diagnosed in one day.

Mary Trump's scathing book claims Trump paid someone to take his SATs
07/07/2020
Mary Trump's scathing book claims Trump paid someone to take his SATs

Mary Trump's scathing book claims Trump paid someone to take his SATs

Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump levels scathing criticism at the President in her forthcoming book, accusing him of being a "sociopath" and charging that Trump's "hubris and willful ignorance" dating back to his early days threatens the country.

07/06/2020
Univision Chicago

Noticias Univisión Chicago Edición Digital

¿Cree que se cumplirá con la cuarentena obligatoria para viajeros provenientes de 15 estados?

Comienza Noticias Univisión Chicago Edición Digital

Mensaje del alcalde de West Chicago -6 de julio de 2020Quiero tomar esta oportunidad para comunicar mi tristeza sincera ...
07/06/2020

Mensaje del alcalde de West Chicago -6 de julio de 2020

Quiero tomar esta oportunidad para comunicar mi tristeza sincera para aquellos en nuestra comunidad quienes han sido tocados por los efectos devastadores del virus COVID-19. Ha sido doloroso ver los números de casos confirmados subir en el Tablero del Condado de DuPage. Estos números representan madres, padres, hermanas, hermanos, amigos y vecinos. Mis pensamientos y oraciones se dirigen a las familias de los 14 (a partir del 20 de junio de 2020) residentes de West Chicago que han fallecido.

Esta pandemia ha sido especialmente brutal para nuestra comunidad latina. Según el Departamento de Salud del Condado de DuPage, la tasa positiva entre residentes del Condado de DuPage de los hispanos o latinos es 5.5 veces más alta que aquellos residentes del Condado de DuPage que no son hispanos o latinos.

Hemos trabajado duro y armoniosamente para proveer educación y conocimiento (en inglés y español) de las mejores prácticas para parar la propagación del virus. El mes pasado, contacté a varios líderes y organizaciones comunitarias para pedir su ayuda para formar una Red de Comunicación de COVID-19 que ayude a reforzar mensajes importantes mediante sus propios canales. Le agradezco a todos quienes contestaron el llamado y están amplificando la comunicación crítica que pueden ayudar a parar evitar la propagación del virus.

Los recursos del Condado, gobiernos Estatales y Federales han sido compartidos y distribuidos en varias maneras mediante plataformas en línea, volantes, carteles y banderas. La Ciudad dedicó una sección de su sitio web para el desarrollo de un Centro de Comunicaciones de COVID-19, el que ofrece recursos, noticias, y actualizaciones para residentes y negocios. Le urjo que marque este sitio, https://westchicago.org/west-chicago-covid-19 communications-center/, y visítelo frecuentemente.

Todos hemos sido impactados de alguna manera, algunos más que otros. Mientras continuamos en el esfuerzo por recuperarnos, reducir nuestros números de casos, volver a abrir nuestra economía, y aprender a adaptarnos a una nueva manera de vivir, yo quiero compartir el agradecimiento y orgullo que siento por la resiliencia de nuestra comunidad y mi esperanza por su futuro.

Manténgase seguro, siga distanciamiento social, use sus mascarillas y lávese las manos frecuentemente. Necesitamos estar ahí el uno para el otro.

Respetuosamente,

Ruben Pineda
Alcalde

Message from Mayor PinedaJULY 6, 2020 BY CITY OF WEST CHICAGOI would like to take this opportunity to convey my heartfel...
07/06/2020

Message from Mayor Pineda
JULY 6, 2020 BY CITY OF WEST CHICAGO

I would like to take this opportunity to convey my heartfelt sorrow for those in our community who have been touched by the devastating effects of the COVID-19 virus. It has been painful to see the confirmed case numbers rise on the DuPage County Dashboard. These numbers represent mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends and neighbors. My thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those (as of June 20, 2020) 14 West Chicagoans who have died.

This pandemic has been especially brutal to our Latino community. According to DuPage County Health Department, the positive rate among Hispanic or Latino DuPage County residents is 5.5 times higher than that of non-Hispanic or Latino DuPage County residents.

We have worked hard to pull together and provide education and awareness of best practices to stop the spread in both English and Spanish. Last month, I contacted various community leaders and organizations to ask their help in forming a COVID-19 Communication Network that would assist efforts in reinforcing important messaging through their own channels. I thank all those who answered the call and are amplifying the critical communication that may help to stop the spread.

Resources from the County, State and Federal governments have been shared and distributed in various ways through online platforms, printed fliers, posters and banners. The City devoted a dedicated section of its website for the development of a COVID-19 Communications Center, which offers resources, current news, and updates for residents and businesses. I urge you to bookmark the site, https://westchicago.org/west-chicago-covid-19-communications-center/, and visit it often.

We have all been impacted in some way, some more than others. While we are continuing to recover, reducing our case numbers, reopening our economy, and learning to adapt to a new way of living, I want to share the gratitude and pride I feel for our community’s resilience and my hope for its future.

Stay safe, social distance, wear your masks and wash your hands often. We need to be there for each other.

Respectfully,

Ruben Pineda
Mayor

Gail Borden Public Library
07/05/2020
Gail Borden Public Library

Gail Borden Public Library

The Gail Borden Public Library will be welcoming people back to the buildings in a safe manner beginning Monday, July 6. Masks will be required. The first hour at all buildings will be reserved for vulnerable populations Monday through Thursday.
Please visit the Library website for full details & frequent updates: www.bit.ly/gbpcovid19.
#GailBordenPL

07/05/2020
KHQ Kevin Kim

KHQ report:
Mask on? Mask off? Watch, then decide for yourself.

Mask on? Mask off? Watch, then decide for yourself.

Huge shout out to Providence Sacred Heart and Holy Family/Providence Health Care, Eastern Washington for working with us on this story!

🎥: Aaron Calendine

Full disclaimer: this is a demonstration about droplets, not about how a virus (i.e. COVID-19) behaves or transmits. As Dr. Rich David said, "We used bacteria to show where the droplets go... The bacteria show where your secretions came from... These spots on the plates we're seeing, those are colonies of thousands of millions of bacteria that have just divided enough and multipled enough that we can actually visually see them on the plate."

tl;dr - Droplets transmit COVID-19. This is a demonstration on droplets.

Cracks in the Trump-Europe relationship are turning into a chasm
07/05/2020
Cracks in the Trump-Europe relationship are turning into a chasm

Cracks in the Trump-Europe relationship are turning into a chasm

For more than 70 years, the transatlantic alliance has served as the unshakable foundation of European stability and underpinned the values of the US-led Western order. In 2020, it appears that relationship is being rethought on both sides of the Atlantic.

07/02/2020
Univision Chicago

EDICIÓN DIGITAL DE UNIVISION CHICAGO
Si quiere ir a un bar o a un restaurante este fin de semana largo, la ciudad es su aliado.

Si quiere ir a un bar o a un restaurante este fin de semana largo, la ciudad es su aliado.

07/01/2020
Univision Chicago

Univision Chicago

Entran en vigor nuevas ordenanzas en el estado de Illinois a partir del día de hoy.

06/30/2020
Univision Chicago

EDICIÓN DIGITAL CHICAGO

Se registra otro tiroteo en Chicago. Esta vez cuatro personas son heridas de bala en una gasolinera.

¡Lea nuestro número de Reflejos más reciente!Read our latest Reflejos issue!
06/30/2020
Reflejos 06/26/2020

¡Lea nuestro número de Reflejos más reciente!
Read our latest Reflejos issue!

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Virtual Spanish classTrying to put a Spanish group class together as some people has requested. This will be a beginner ...
06/30/2020

Virtual Spanish class

Trying to put a Spanish group class together as some people has requested. This will be a beginner class that will meet twice a week. Looking to do a kids group and an adults group.

Anyone interested text me or call me at 630-400-7933.

Thanks!

Susana Ortiz

(This will be a virtual class)

Address

155 E Algonquin Rd
Arlington Heights, IL
60005

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