Seven of the nine candidates on the city’s mayoral ballot are set to attend a town hall meeting hosted by Illinois 123GO, a local civic organization, on Friday, Feb. 3.
As he recovers from the shooting that left him paralyzed below the abdomen, Danny Golden has received support from throughout the city from people young and old.
The third annual Freedom Tree is on display in Beverly Park, and this year, the ceremony to unveil the holiday decoration honoring fallen police officers, firefighters and military members had a sacred addition.
In a race that drew nationwide attention--and wasn't settled until late into Election Night--Sean Casten retained his seat as the U.S. representative for the Sixth Congressional District of Illinois.
Editor’s note: Candidates in the upcoming general election were provided questionnaires regarding a number of issues. Their remarks are from those questionnaires.
Growing up in Morgan Park, Matt Hooker spent countless hours at Kennedy Park and St. Cajetan Elementary, and even after graduating in 1993, he was fiercely loyal to his alma mater.
Two shops in Beverly were recently named winners in a contest hosted by the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) that encourages businesses to decorate their storefront windows.
In response to regular days off for Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers being canceled—and the alarming number officers dying by suicide—19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea and 36 other aldermen co-sponsored an ordinance that would require the CPD to provide officers with at least one day off per week.
Support for Daniel Golden, the off-duty Chicago Police Department (CPD) officer who was shot and paralyzed after an altercation in Beverly, is flowing in from around the nation.
When participants in the annual Veterans Softball Tournament benefitting the Road Home Program arrive at Beverly Park on July 23, they will see many signs of respect for fallen heroes.
Mt. Carmel High School, which has been an all-boys Catholic school for 122 years, is considering becoming co-educational, and several meetings will be held in coming weeks, including on Thursday, June 30, in which stakeholders can provide input.
Officials with the Forest Preserves of Cook County (FPCC) hosted a walk-through at the Eugene S. Pike House in North Beverly on June 15, as they continue to work with community members in attempting to salvage a historical 19th-century home that has fallen into severe disrepair.
A ribbon cutting for the new People Spot at 103rd and Wood streets was held on June 1, with local and city officials joining community business leaders to celebrate the occasion.
Young athletes who use Beverly Park will soon experience a thrill that anyone who ever picks up a baseball, softball or football thinks about: playing under the lights.
The new city-ward map supported by 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea received enough support from the City Council to be voted through on May 16, and the 19th Ward will expand slightly east and return closer to its boundaries of a decade ago.
In the wake of the leaked draft opinion indicating that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade, thousands of people protested nationwide on May 14 for the right to have an abortion.
As owner of Horse Thief Hollow Brewing Co., Neil Byers has helped numerous local charities by crafting special beers and donating a portion of the sales to them.
As she worked at elementary schools around the country, Sr. Suzanne Schuman earned many nicknames—Sr. Hospitality, Nunny and Sr. Suzy, a friendly moniker from her fellow teachers.
The boundaries of the 19th Ward would essentially return to those of 10 years ago under a new city ward map proposed by 33 aldermen, including 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea.
The humanitarian effort started with a pair of Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers, gained traction on Facebook and then spread across the 19th Ward.
On a sunny March 13, it was easy to forget about what was missed due to the pandemic, and the 2022 South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade was well worth the wait. The joy of gathering along Western Avenue on Parade Day was in the air once again, and the celebration also honored the parade…