Nearly a year into the coronavirus pandemic shutting down the United States, it’s time for our leaders in Washington, D.C., to put aside partisan bickering and do something to help.

Every year, some Illinois legislator proposes a bill to remove public notices from being published in newspapers and to allow units of government to post their public notices on their websites.

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Despite commendable efforts by U.S. House managers during the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, some U.S. senators found sufficient cover in the issue of jurisdiction and voted on Feb. 13 against convicting him.

For a person who has suffered a life-altering injury, incurred serious medical expenses or lost a loved one who was the family breadwinner, their suffering is often compounded by immoral legal delay tactics employed by businesses and insurers.

Starring in a commercial for Jeep during Super Bowl LV, Bruce Springsteen poignantly urged Americans to meet each other halfway, calling for a “Reunited States of America.”

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As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, officials with the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) are working on an agreement that will get students back in the classroom.

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You may have read Sports Editor Tim O’Brien’s “Off The Record” last week. If you haven’t, please do.

At a time when Illinois lawmakers should be supporting healthcare heroes who are working tirelessly during the COVID-19 pandemic, we instead receive unwelcome new legislation that will drive up the costs of practicing medicine in Illinois and send more physicians packing to move to a more we…

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President Joe Biden’s inauguration was not only moving; it was the most consequential of our lifetime.

“This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism.” –Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Democrats control the presidency, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House. The voters have chosen, and that reflects polling that shows that Americans support core Democrat positions.

The First Amendment grants Americans freedom of speech, and it states the government can’t censor its citizens. However, it doesn’t prohibit censorship from other entities.

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A law named in honor a local first responder who died in the line of duty is back in the news after a traffic accident on a city expressway.

You can call it haggling, dickering, bargaining or whatever you want, but negotiating gives me purpose.

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In a recent report, the Office of the Inspector General for Chicago (OIG) revealed that when complainants refuse to sign a sworn affidavit confirming the truth of their allegations against a police officer, the investigating agency, either the Chicago Police Department (CPD) or the Civilian …

It was March 10, and I was prepping for a busy week of basketball.

One year ago, few people, if any, envisioned 2020 ending with a pandemic shutting down businesses and people wearing facemasks in public places.

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A huge thank you to the Beverly Improvement Association (BIA) for sponsoring its decorating contest in North Beverly and to The Beverly Review for publishing (Dec. 16) “BIA honors local families for Christmas decorations.”

The nun’s ruler snapped across Anne Burke’s knuckles as she struggled to form words onto a page.

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For more than 30 years, renters in Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood have been fortunate to be protected by a Chicago tenant-landlord ordinance—but our neighbors just outside the city lines are not so lucky.

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