Marquette Bank, located at 9858 S. Western Ave., remains one of Chicago’s last true independent and local neighborhood banks.
If there’s one thing that Jill Evans and Wendy Lundberg have learned over the past 28 years as the owners of an independent retail store, it’s “never give up.”
As a Mt. Greenwood resident, Jim Trolia takes pride in living in the community he serves, and as the owner and funeral director of Beverly Ridge Funeral Home for more than 30 years, he has witnessed the joys and sorrows of many local families.
After 18 months of construction, Marist High School received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for Monastery Hall, the school’s 28,000-square-foot 10-lab science wing with a planetarium.
When Dr. Karina Langle was looking for a place to open her practice, she had a feeling that Mt. Greenwood would be perfect, and given the response of local families to the opening of Lunettes Family Eyecare and Optical Boutique, she was right.
A love of learning lies within the mind of each child, and igniting that love of learning has been the mission of Beverly Montessori School for more than 50 years.
Approaching 13 years of operating Tranquility Salon Co., sisters Katie Barba Schickel and Meg’n Barba see limitless possibilities for what is to come.
Since 2003, Park Primary Care has served hundreds of local families as a trusted primary-care facility, and its roots as a family business are deep.
World Music Festival Chicago is coming to the Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St., with a concert featuring Lankum and the Yandong Grand Singers.
A Jesuit Catholic school, Saint Ignatius College Prep, 1076 W. Roosevelt Rd., offers a diverse community dedicated to educating young men and women for lives of faith, love, service and leadership.
With fall quickly approaching, local families are busy preparing for the start of school, and a local business is making that easier than ever with a unique service.
Christ the King (CK) Elementary School is thrilled to welcome back its new and returning pre-kindergarten to eighth-grade students.
A red apple is frequently associated with images of teachers, and in the case of Connections Learning Center, it also symbolizes the bond between a mother and daughter.
Although Michael McCready is proud to be celebrating the 20th anniversary of his law practice, he takes even more pride in the thousands of Chicago and Northwest Indiana residents he’s helped over the past two decades.
As the Episcopal Church of the Holy Nativity maintains its tradition of embracing the new while maintaining tradition, this year the congregation is celebrating an important milestone in the history of this small but mighty church.
Imagine being one of 60 incoming freshmen at Leo High School’s summer orientation last month, and the principal greets students “live” through videoconference from Ghana, West Africa.
How did Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Biros Real Estate grow from a one-man office in 1982 to the largest office in the Beverly Hills-Morgan Park real estate market?
Summer is about to get a whole lot sweeter in Blue Island, thanks to a $600,000 grant from the recently passed Rebuild Illinois capital-spending plan.
Desmond & Ahern, Ltd., Certified Public Accountants, located at 10827 S. Western Ave., has been committed to serving their clients and the community for over 60 years.
Time flies when you’re having fun—or working hard—and while it doesn’t seem like 38 years ago that Gary Cooney opened Waldo Cooney’s, the decades have been great for this family business.
“Council Oak Montessori: where children love to learn since 1990”—this unofficial motto of the school, coined by a student in 2015, speaks volumes about the school community.
An angel will join Christmas Without Cancer (CWC) Founder Gerri Neylon at this year’s CWC run/walk to support families dealing with cancer’s cruel challenges.
Approximately 1,200 students attend school on the 25-acre campus, which is located in the historic Beverly/Morgan Park community. “Empehi” continues to be led by the administrative team of Dr. Femi Skanes, principal; Mr. Daniel Buys, assistant principal; Ms. Kai Erquhart, assistant principal…
South Side Irish Imports was started 39 years ago on the corner of 111th and Sawyer by Linda Gorman, her mom, and her cousin. Today, the store is owned and operated by Linda and her husband Ron and is now located at 3446 W. 111th St.
Since it opened almost 11 years ago, the Edwards Insurance Agency has consistently proven that customer service that goes above and beyond expectations is the only way to succeed in business.
With a variety of summer camp sessions, multiple service opportunities and a physics trip to the Kennedy Space Center, the corner of 99th and Pulaski has been the place to be.
Cathy O’Hara has established a long and successful career in the hair and beauty industry, and despite all the things she’s learned over the decades, one lesson stands out: it’s not just what you do; it’s who you are.
The Maher Family of Mt. Greenwood is proud to be celebrating the four-year anniversary of their beautiful funeral home in the former Tinley Park library building.
Bush Family Eye Care has served the Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood communities since 1940, and although its patients may not have perfect vision, they can clearly see the doctors are focused on complete eye care and family values.
Women’s Healthcare of Illinois has launched a midwifery program in addition to its innovative pain management options of offering nitrous oxide during labor and delivery.
From representing the community’s best interests with city government to planting trees on neighborhood parkways, the Beverly Area Planning Association (BAPA) is at work making Beverly/Morgan Park the place where we love to live.
Providing speech and occupational therapy for local children for the past 12 years, Little You, Inc., is proud to be part of the Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood communities.
The Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences (CHSAS) was founded in 1985 with a unique and ambitious mission: to create a college preparatory high school that prepares urban students for professions and careers in agriculture.
Although he has achieved many milestones during his successful career as a gastroenterologist in Beverly, Dr. Darrien Gaston is especially proud of his most recent accomplishment.