Of course, I don’t speak for the rank and file of the Chicago Police Department (CPD), but I do know hundreds of its officers, both active and retired.
Newsflash—the majority of the country has moved on from Jan. 6, 2021 (Biden right about Trump, rioters, Jan. 12, Our Opinion)—with the exception of the Democratic Party and its media apologists who need something to deflect the public from its failed policies that produced disastrous results…
The tragic shooting death of Bradley Police Department Sgt. Marlene Rittmanic once again magnifies what every police officer in America faces: there is no such thing as a routine call.
As president of the Illinois State Medical Society, I believe that the best New Year’s resolution for you and your family is to get back on track with your healthcare.
Once again, as members of Morgan Park United Methodist Church, we are overwhelmed by the compassion and generosity of people in Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood.
A local medical professional, a dentist, spoke recently at the Oak Lawn District 229 board meeting. He touted the supposed superior protection of natural immunity.
In the Chicago area, business leaders see the growth of a service economy driven by an expansion of tech firms and independent practitioners looking to capitalize on the demands of a 21st-century marketplace.
Effective last Monday, Jan. 3, patrons ages 5 and older must show proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 in order to dine indoors, work out at gyms or enter entertainment venues in Chicago where food or drink is being served.
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation (CPMF) continued its successful Get Behind the Vest campaign by distributing 434 new ballistic vests to Chicago Police Department (CPD) officers on Dec. 1 at the city’s public-safety headquarters, 3510 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago’s two major newspapers published op-eds and letters to the editor stating that the cop watchdog, the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA), was within its rights to make public a three-day suspension recommendation for the murdered Chicago Police Department (CPD) Officer El…
Armed carjackings have become a problem in the 19th Ward and across Chicago, and citizens are concerned about what to do to avoid being victimized and, if targeted, how to react safely.
The crime wave we are living through has made it abundantly clear that our elected officials have failed miserably at their main job: to ensure the safety of the people.
Recently, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx shocked Chicagoans by not charging a group of individuals after a fierce gunfight on the city’s streets.
Southsiders for Peace will hold a vigil calling for an end to vaccine apartheid on Monday, Nov. 29, at 3 p.m., at the corner of 103rd Street and Western Avenue.
The news media has covered the remapping process in Illinois and the fact that, as part of that process, two Democratic U.S. representatives were placed in the same district.
As a retired lieutenant from the Chicago Police Department (CPD), I feel the disciplinary report from the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) and the egregious timing that led to outrage after its announcement of a three-day suspension for the murdered Chicago Police Department (…
A hand signal indicating that someone needs help is in the spotlight after authorities initially said a missing Kentucky teenager used the signal to be rescued from a 61-year-old man.
The Beverly Hills Turkey Trot 5K Run and Family Walk will be an in-person event again this year, a welcome activity for anyone looking for a little exercise after Thanksgiving.
Who would have thought that the power pole, transformer and accompanying electric power lines falling in our side alley on the 9000 block of South Claremont Avenue could cause such chaos?