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Local Non-Profit to Participate in National Learning Summit

Local Non-Profit to Participate in National Learning Summit

High Jump, in its 25th-year of providing tuition-free academic enrichment to promising seventh and eighth grade students with limited financial resources, is proud to be a convening sponsor of the… Read more »

The Resurrection Project Hosts Annual End-of-Year Celebration

The Resurrection Project Hosts Annual End-of-Year Celebration

On Saturday, April 18th students and TRP staff came together at the 2nd Annual End-of-Year Celebration at La Casa Student Housing. It was a moment of great pride for families… Read more »

ComEd Celebrates Earth Week by Helping Students Get Smart about Energy Management

ComEd Celebrates Earth Week by Helping Students Get Smart about Energy Management

ComEd’s $10,000 Earth Month Challenge is underway and helping approximately 6,000 students in northern Illinois learn about smart meters and how they can help their families better manage electricity usage,… Read more »

Celebrate “El Día Del Niño” with Motivational Speaker Juan Ortiz

Celebrate “El Día Del Niño” with Motivational Speaker Juan Ortiz

Berwyn South School District 100’s Bilingual Advisory Committee and Title Compact Parent group along with the Berwyn Public Library invite the community to celebrate “El Día Del Niño” on Thursday,… Read more »

Ways Parents Can Promote Positive Behavior in School

Ways Parents Can Promote Positive Behavior in School

Word arrives from school that the parent’s child is in trouble. Maybe it was a minor offense and the student simply faced a trip to the office. But maybe a… Read more »

ComEd Hosts Media Roundtable to Discuss Future Plans for Chicago

ComEd Hosts Media Roundtable to Discuss Future Plans for Chicago

On Tuesday, April 14, Chicagoland community media was invited to the 3rd Annual Multicultural Media Roundtable Luncheon hosted by ComEd at the Lacuna Artists Loft Studios, located in the Pilsen… Read more »

Keeping Asylum Seekers Locked Up

Keeping Asylum Seekers Locked Up

by Daniel Nardini It is another flaw in the U.S. immigration system that mandates certain categories of asylum seekers be incarcerated. One example of this is the case of a… Read more »

Cicero Finances Continue to Improve

Cicero Finances Continue to Improve

When Larry Dominick assumed the presidency of the Town of Cicero in 2005, the Town was saddled with outstanding indebtedness of $148.1 million, equal to a debt obligation of $1,765.68… Read more »

Lakeside Bank Opens New Branch

Lakeside Bank Opens New Branch

Over 150 people joined Lakeside Bank on April 16th at the ribbon cutting of its newest South Loop branch at 1350 S. Michigan Ave. Left to Right in photo: Dr…. Read more »

The Mysterious North Korean Ship

The Mysterious North Korean Ship

by Daniel Nardini A few weeks ago, a North Korean flagged ship ran aground on a Mexican government-protected coral reef. The Mexican Navy towed the ship to the Mexican port… Read more »