Local residents participate in a Chicago Public Schools (CPS) “20 for 20” rally at Mt. Greenwood Elementary School on May 18. Organizers said Chicago residents pay 20 percent of the state education budget, but CPS receives only 15 percent of the funding. If CPS received 5 percent more, they said, major CPS budget concerns could be addressed. CPS CEO Forrest Claypool urged attendees to protest in Springfield on May 26. (Review photo)
A banquet hall that will serve alcohol on 95th Street in Beverly is one step closer to becoming a reality.
St. Rita of Cascia High School recently announced the appointment of the Rev. Paul W. Galetto, OSA, Ph.D., to the position of head of school and CEO. The appointment is effective July 1, and i…
The St. Rita baseball team picked the perfect time to get hot.
Lincoln Park Zoo has launched “Nature in Focus: Photography at Lincoln Park Zoo,” a photo contest that will culminate in a two-month, on-grounds exhibition of the top winners’ submissions.