The Chicago Police Department issued a community alert on June 7 warning of two residential burglaries in Morgan Park, including one in which a suspect was recorded by a security system.

Gold ribbons adorn the fence in front of Clissold Elementary School on Western Avenue as a sign of love and support for Khrissy Miceli, a beloved teacher who is mourning the death of her son.

Their names are memorialized in the hope that citizens of Chicago will always remember their sacrifice and bravery.

Whenever Ernest Radcliffe, the longtime baseball coach at Morgan Park High School (MPHS), and his team visit an opponent’s field that has state-of-the-art facilities, his players have one question.

When Khristine Miceli took a leave of absence from Clissold Elementary School to care for her son as he battles cancer, the school community wanted to make sure the beloved teacher felt their support—emotionally and financially.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is conducting an investigation of potential soil and groundwater contamination in Mt. Greenwood, including a business in the neighborhood.

When Carol Moriarty, Nancy Mulcahy and Lisa O’Brien founded the Beverly Breast Cancer Walk (BBCW), they wanted to make a difference in fighting a disease that had directly impacted them.

Jake Schied has faced a plethora of heartbreaking challenges in his young life, but he couldn’t take the smile off his face as he participated in St. John Fisher (SJF) Roman Catholic Church’s inaugural St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser on March 9.

In the municipal election on Feb. 26, Matt O’Shea easily won his bid to remain alderman of the 19th Ward, and Jerry Joyce came up short in his run for mayor—although his local support likely influenced the results that ended up in a run-off election.

A convenience store in Mt. Greenwood was robbed at gunpoint on Valentine’s Day, according to the Chicago Police Department 22nd District, and the crime was listed in a community alert warning of similar robberies on the South Side.

It all came together in less than a day, and despite a near-record low temperature in the city, Chicago’s homeless were warmer thanks to the efforts of a Mt. Greenwood resident.

A malfunction at a railroad crossing in Beverly in which a crossing gate failed to lower while a train passed caused concern throughout the community, and officials are still investigating what caused the problem.

A Beverly man has been charged in the murder of his mother after she was found dead in an alley in Morgan Park on Christmas Eve, according to the Chicago Police Department and 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea.

A Beverly man has been charged in the murder of his mother after she was found dead in an alley in Morgan Park on Christmas Eve, according to the Chicago Police Department and 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea.

Two Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers were killed on Dec. 17 when they were struck by a train while investigating a report of shots fired in the Rosemoor neighborhood, and they are from the neighborhood.

Eight years after his murder, Chicago Police Department (CPD) Officer Michael Flisk was honored on his home block by local officials who want his legacy to be remembered by generations to come.

As online ticket sales increase, Metra train stations throughout the city, including on the Rock Island line through Beverly/Morgan Park, have closed and become vacant, only used when passengers take shelter for a few minutes while waiting for a train.

Over three decades ago, Joan Marquardt followed her father’s footsteps and became a paramedic with the Chicago Fire Department (CPD).

A man was shot and killed during a domestic-related incident in Mt. Greenwood on Thursday, Nov. 15, according to the Chicago Police Department.

The midterm election on Nov. 6 saw J.B. Pritzker oust Bruce Rauner in the race for governor of Illinois, and all the incumbents who serve local districts were reelected to their positions with big wins.

It’s been a long time in the making, but Beverly/Morgan Park will finally be featured in the Chicago Architecture Center (CAC) annual Open House Chicago (OHC), set for Saturday, Oct. 13, and Sunday, Oct. 14.

Inside his Chicago Fire Department (CFD) station in Beverly, Capt. Darryl Moore’s comrades described him as “larger than life” and “a good guy” who will be missed.

An off-duty Chicago firefighter who worked at a station in Beverly died on Sept. 17 in an apparent drowning in Jackson Park Harbor, according to officials.

Several businesses on the west side of the 10900 block of South Western Avenue have closed, and the three buildings that they occupied will be demolished to make way for use by a Home Run Inn Pizzeria location on that block, according to officials.

It was a beautiful, sunny morning at Beverly Park, and kids were busy climbing and playing on the new playground equipment at the Maeve McNicholas Playlot as moms chatted while watching the little ones.

Meghan Dwyer learned the Heimlich maneuver more than a decade ago while she was earning a babysitting certificate.

Many times while speaking with Sutherland Elementary School Local School Council members, parents or at a school gathering, Principal Meg Burns would tell people she was in pursuit of “the mother of all grants.”

For over 15 years, 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea has been involved with Special Olympics Chicago/Special Children’s Charities (SOC).

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