Most celebrities might not deserve the fandom they receive.
I want to thank The Beverly Review for running its recent series of articles concerning the history and culture of Native Americans in the Chicago and greater Midwest area.
A recent headline in a local paper read, “Gun shop owner: ‘It’s devastating.’” It referred to the regulations recently passed in Illinois that put tiny restrictions on certain accessories for firearms.
My family and I would like to thank the staff of The Beverly Review for their generosity and attention to detail in administering the Christmas coloring contest for neighborhood kids.
Just recently, a few changes were made to the Illinois Safe-T Act. Still, the act remains confusing, inconsistent and contradictory. Yet, it will be Illinois’ criminal law of the land next year.
I own a small business in Chicago, and this week I joined thousands of other small-business owners from across the U.S. in an open letter calling on Congress to launch a bipartisan effort to modernize the Small Business Administration (SBA) to reflect today’s competitive economy.
As the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) state playoffs kick into high gear for the fall season, it’s important to remember that officials deserve fans’ respect.
Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan was indicted for a scheme involving Commonwealth Edison in which he allegedly allowed our electric bills to be raised in return for personal favors.
The controversy over the death of Adam Toledo by a Chicago Police Department (CPD) officer has resulted in the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) recommending that the officer be fired.
The recent We Will Chicago plan cited that nearly half of the young people in Chicago don’t feel a stabilizing sense of belonging. This is simply unacceptable.