As Chicago settles in for what could be a tense summer, bar and restaurant owners at least have some good news to be excited about.
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With the influx of migrants arriving in the city—including locally—Chicago is in a sensitive situation.
A while back, I recalled hearing about the governor of Texas sending busloads of asylum seekers north to sanctuary cities.
Every discussion involving the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and the community seems to stop at the need for police to gain the trust of the community in order to function as a team in fighting Chicago’s harrowing crime and violence.
The St. John Fisher Holy Name Society (HNS) concluded its 13th annual parish-wide food drive on May 20.
It is with a mixture of emotions that I write to inform everyone that Turkey, our beloved retail store, will be closing at the end of June. After five remarkable years of existence, we have decided to bid farewell to this chapter of the journey.
Kudos to the officers and leadership of the 22nd District of the Chicago Police Department (CPD) for their exceptional support of the asylum seekers sequestered in the lobby of the district’s headquarters.
We live in a society that extols the virtues of degrees and diplomas—but not life-long learning.
The environmental impact of dairy farms continues to be a problem for our planet.
When it comes to Chicago politics, the 19th Ward is engaged and active.
I was somewhat surprised about Scott Reeder’s Guest Viewpoint (May 3) entitled “History of Haymarket Riot not accurate.”
A recent Guest Viewpoint by Scott Reeder (May 3) discussed the “Haymarket Riot.” Much of what he said is true.
The OSF Beverly Breast Cancer Walk is an important neighborhood tradition.
In a sure sign that spring has arrived, the Beverly Area Arts Alliance debuted “Stardust: From the Cellular to the Celestial,” at the Beverly Arts Center (BAC) on April 14.
I laughed out loud about Monica Carey’s husband reading the obituaries in the newspaper (Guest Viewpoint, April 26).
A lot of the “history” that we were taught in school was nothing more than fables.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot received criticism last year after she remarked that 2022 would feature “the summer of joy.”
Some serious questions are begging for an answer after Interim Chicago Police Department (CPD) Superintendent Eric Carter recommended that CPD Officer Eric Stillman be fired after his predecessor, CPD Superintendent David Brown, recommended a five-day suspension for the officer not activatin…
Last week, Chicago decided to reclaim the narrative about our great city.
A stream of more than 30 cars and trucks roared down the dirt road, honking their horns and then stopping at our farmhouse just south of Galesburg.
Chicago was at a fork in the road when the mayoral runoff election took place on April 4.
For those who are following the situation in Oak Lawn, where three police officers brutalized a 17-year-old male in 2022, the March meeting of the Oak Lawn Fire and Police Commission was an interesting demonstration of political theater.
I refuse to use self-checkout lanes at the grocery store.
I am a student at Kellogg School, and as part of my International Baccalaureate community-service project, I am advocatinbg for a bus shelter at the bus stop at 95th and Leavitt streets.
This is in response to the letter (March 15) “Parade-goer misses Vallas walking in parade.”
Brandon Johnson presents radical ideas that have little substance.
As lawmakers debated a bill recently to outlaw cat declawing, I couldn’t help thinking that sometimes the best intended legislation can have disappointing consequences.
This is a response to Anna Carvlin’s letter to the editor on March 15.
Many thanks to the South Side Irish Parade Committee for putting together another great day on March 12.
Many media outlets only cover world events and global news stories.
Having married a Roman Catholic and now being the only Protestant in a household of six, I’ve learned a few things in the past 20 years.
Only recently created, the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability (CCPSA) faces its first important duty: recommending candidates for superintendent of the Chicago Police Department (CPD).
I wrote to The Beverly Review (Letters to the Editor, Feb. 15) in opposition to new red-light cameras, and later, I was accused of not supporting the claims I made in that submission.
My family watched the entire South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 12, and I thought for sure that, since 19th Ward Ald. Matt O’Shea planned to endorse Paul Vallas for mayor before the event, I’d see Vallas walking in the parade.
Another police officer has been killed in the line of duty while pursuing an armed suspect.
The staff members of community newspapers have a personal interest in legislation filed recently by Democratic state Rep. Anna Moeller.
A new day is coming in Chicago—and many questions remain after the Feb. 28 municipal election.
Thank you, Timothy Haugh, for your Letter to the Editor (Feb. 15) responding to my plea, along with 143 other 19th Ward citizens for a red-light camera at 109th Street and Western Avenue.
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