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Pozole Enthusiasts Gather for Free Art Programs

Pozole Enthusiasts Gather for Free Art Programs

ElevArte Community Studio presents the 7th Annual Pozolada on Saturday, December 3rd, 2016. The youth arts organization’s annual fundraiser is a fiesta like no other, which features 30+ varieties of… Read more »

Changing the Reason for Outsourcing

Changing the Reason for Outsourcing

by Daniel Nardini One of the most powerful promises that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made was that he would work to bring American jobs back to the United States,… Read more »

In Memorial

In Memorial

It is with a heavy heart that we say our final goodbye to one of our most beloved colleague and dear friend Gary Miller. Chicago-native Gary Miller worked a multitude… Read more »

Winter Skin

Winter Skin

As the seasons change, so does your skin — and doctors say now is the time to prepare your skin for the winter weather ahead. “Winter time in particular across… Read more »

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Early Childhood Center

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Early Childhood Center

State Senator Martin Sandoval joined Cicero Town President Larry Dominick, District 99 Board of Education, Superintendent Rudy Hernandez, Early Childhood Director Ernie Cherullo and the staff of the Early Childhood… Read more »

Five Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy and Birth

Five Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy and Birth

By: Debra Ness, president of National Partnership for Women & Families, and Dr. Sam Ho, chief medical officer of UnitedHealthcare Pregnancy is often a time of excitement and joy; yet,… Read more »

Chicago Park District Ice Rinks Now Open

Chicago Park District Ice Rinks Now Open

The Chicago Park District ice ribbon at Maggie Daley Park, and the Chicago Blackhawks ice rinks at parks citywide are now open for the season. Patrons can visit Maggie Daley’s… Read more »

More Evidence Ties Sugary Caffeinated Drinks to Poor Sleep

More Evidence Ties Sugary Caffeinated Drinks to Poor Sleep

Adults who sleep no more than five hours a night are more likely to be heavy soda drinkers than people who get more rest, a U.S. study suggests. Soda is… Read more »

History Now a Click Away

History Now a Click Away

The digital revolution has changed the way people communicate, conduct research and do business. With that in mind, the City of Berwyn Clerk’s Office is pleased to announce that it… Read more »

Why Your Problem-Solving Skills May Sharpen With Age

Why Your Problem-Solving Skills May Sharpen With Age

You may get better at creative problem solving as you age, new research suggests. Researchers reviewed more than 100 studies on problem solving and aging that were conducted from 1960… Read more »