Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, people have been urged to think of others and consider ways to support the local economy.
Today, mostly due to the Covid-19 pandemic, your community food pantry is now faced with increased emergency-food demand by our community’s vulnerable-household families, which total more than 1,500.
Amidst the chaos of the coronavirus—fears of getting it, fears of not knowing what will happen in the next hour, day or week—some people emerge as trustworthy sources.
In 1987, President Ronald Reagan issued a public proclamation that called on all Americans to provide individuals who have intellectual and developmental disabilities with “the encouragement and opportunities they need to lead productive lives and achieve their full potential.”
In talking with friends and family about our support for Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, we sometimes hear a variation on the following:
March is Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, and as executive director of Blue Cap, I would like to share some thoughts from the perspective of the staff at Blue Cap about disabilities and how we rethink limitations posed by disabilities.
One of the many issues that draws the ire of Chicago Police Department (CPD) personnel is seeing someone they arrested for a violent crime walk out without serving what they consider to be an appropriate sentence.
The “Get Behind the Vest” pancake breakfast hosted by 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea has become a yearly tradition that warms up people during seemingly endless winters.
In regard to Scott Reeder’s column (Feb. 5) about Kobe Bryant, I would like to clarify my comments because they failed to convey accurately my thoughts about his death.
Chicago area residents have been fortunate to experience moderate temperatures and snowfall this winter, but that doesn’t mean Old Man Winter won’t show up at any time, which means residents and business owners should be ready to make sure their sidewalks are cleared of snow.
This is a suggestion to remind local residents that there is a city ordinance requiring property owners to remove snow from sidewalks in front of their homes.
Thanks to articles published in The Beverly Review, many people know that the Givins Castle, an icon in the Beverly community and Chicago’s only castle, is in danger due to structural damage.
I stood on the playing field outside Churchill Junior High in Galesburg, Ill., just staring at my feet and waiting; it was the most painful time of the day—P.E. class—when kids chose who was going to play on their teams.
People continue to disagree on when it is appropriate to talk politics—and to whom people should listen regarding politics—but it should be a consensus that everyone needs to support the fight against the wildfires that are ravaging Australia.