Fr. Perez Knights of Columbus Council 1444 extends a gigantic “thank you” to the caring and sharing community: those who staffed corners and intersections carrying cans and Tootsie Rolls and those who contributed to the 2002 Drive for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.

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The Ridge Park fieldhouse will be receiving some much-needed updates, and the community deserves a pat on the back for making it so.

Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood are full of business corridors featuring shop owners who try to work together and hatch new ideas to draw in customers.

A letter to The Beverly Review by Jennifer Costello (Sept. 7) describes how she was “pleasantly surprised” that a progressive candidate had entered the race for 19th Ward alderman.

At first glance, the announcement about new safeguards in place regarding the work schedules for officers in the Chicago Police Department (CPD) seemed silly.

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The Mt. Greenwood branch of the Chicago Public Library would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for yet another fantastic Summer Learning Challenge.

Blue Island is full of history, and by caring for two of its century-old buildings that are overflowing with history, city officials are making it a more attractive community.

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The article in the Aug. 24 edition of The Beverly Review, regarding the Metra Board of Directors planning to convert six of its oldest diesel locomotives to battery power, needs a response.

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I recently received a campaign mailing from state Sen. Bill Cunningham. In it, he purports to advocate for law enforcement in order to keep our communities safe.

It’s hard to believe, but summer is winding down. Chicago Public Schools started the 2022-23 school year on Aug. 22, and many private and Catholic schools have also begun classes.

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On Friday, Aug. 19, Chicago Police Department Officer Danny Golden returned home from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

Victims of domestic violence experience incredible shame when breaking their silence and coming forward, but when the situation becomes public, it takes the experience to a new level.

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Residents in the 19th Ward have responded in typically admirable fashion to recent tragic events, and now, one that occurred outside the ward deserves their attention.

As executive director of the Beverly Area Planning Association (BAPA), I would like to thank The Beverly Review for its reporting (Aug. 3) about the Wizarding Weekend and also to point out that the event was put on by a committee of dedicated neighbors, business owners and institutions in th…

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The Evergreen Plaza has seen its fair share of turnover since debuting in 2016 and replacing the former Plaza that stood for over half a century.

Two of the biggest contributors to hard-core, Trump-supported candidates are not who you might guess: Gov. J.B. Pritzker and U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

While gun violence continues as a top concern for Chicagoans, some good news has arrived concerning the expressways that course through their city.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world: Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”—Margaret Mead.

The contact number of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline was changed to 988 on July 16, a change that is expected to bring in millions more calls, chats and texts from people in need.

I recently read that state Rep. Fran Hurley and state Sen. Bill Cunningham are going to sponsor a bill that would guarantee all police officers in Illinois at least one day off per week.

Although I’ve never lived in Sean Casten’s Congressional district, I’ve worked for him in all three of his campaigns. This is because he battles for policies that I believe in, and he is transparent and unwavering in his values.

After reading Scott Reeder’s Guest Viewpoint (Trump rally turns into a carnival of the bizarre, July 6), I cannot wait to read his column excoriating Mayor Lori Lightfoot for chanting “F--- Clarence Thomas” at a public appearance.

I don’t know if Scott Reader meant to leave the impression that only Trump supporters are rude, crude and socially unacceptable, but that is what I got from reading his Guest Viewpoint on July 6.

As a wife, mother, daughter and sister-in-law of Mt. Carmel High School alumni, I find it incredibly disheartening that turning the school co-ed is the only viable option to sustainability when those of us with a vested interest in the school were informed in the same way as was the rest of …

While charitable events are held in the 19th Ward all year long, this summer offers numerous ways for residents to give back.

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