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Lori Lightfoot might have begun her tenure as mayor of Chicago by being treated unfairly, but she had plenty of supporters, and plenty of people rooting for.

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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.

Everyone knows by now that throughout the pandemic, bar and restaurant employees were among those who continued to work.

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As young people with special needs mature into adults, all that they and their families want is an opportunity—a chance to be productive, happy members of society.

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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.

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I am the proud wife of Bill Mahoney, Chicago Fire Department (CFD) retired, and mother of Rich Mahoney, Chicago Police Department retired.

Every month seems to be an awareness month for an important issue, and January 2023 is no different.

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.

More sad news arose regarding the fatal shooting of Chicago Police Department Officer Ella French, who was killed on duty in August 2021.

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It is rare that an individual is recognized in this space in The Beverly Review, but rarely do people such as Lisa Mulcrone make such a huge impact on the community.

If ever a survivor of a frightening domestic-violence attack could feel the love from strangers, it was on Nov. 15 at Mt. Carmel High School.

As usual, the small-business community is hosting several events this holiday season to encourage customers to stop in and get some shopping done.

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 Thanksgiving approaches, it’s important to remember an important local tradition: supporting local food pantries.

Subscribers receive their weekly edition of The Beverly Review on Wednesdays—meaning that by the time most people read this, the general election will be over.

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.

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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.

It was not built without controversy, but the new police- and fire-training academy in the West Garfield Park neighborhood is nearing completion.

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