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

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…

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.

Back in January, Phil Luciano, perhaps Illinois’ best newspaper columnist, hung up his fedora at the Peoria Journal-Star and left the newspaper business.

Passover, Ramadan and Lent all came to an end during the past few weeks, and I’ve found myself thinking of the oddest thing: a cow.

During and since my time as an active-duty officer in the United States Army, I have devoted much time and energy to protecting military service members from financial predators.

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Please allow me to take part in a little creative indulgence in saying that anyone familiar with the hit TV show “Seinfeld” certainly remembers the Soup Nazi and his famous line, “No soup for you!”

Mary DeVoto, the Mother McAuley High School teacher who was recently fired for using a racist slur as part of a history lesson, should be given a second chance.

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.

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