CALUMET CITY | Black is the new black, at least for a thriving company that makes the color for everything from lipstick to office supplies.
For October's Fire Prevention month on Saturday at the Calumet City Fire Department Open House, Calumet City Fire Department firefighter Chris Stapleton explains to children that pot handles should be turned to the side to prevent accidental spilling of hot material on themselves.
Sharnee Greenlee has been a 3-point threat for the Meteors and is one of the senior leaders of the team.
T.F. North's Chardae Greenlee rips the ball away from a couple of Reavis players during a December game. Greenlee is the Meteors' best defensive player.
T.F. North Schenia Battle drives for the baseline Thursday night as T.F. North remained undefeated in the South Suburban Blue with a 69-38 win over the Rams.
Bianca Ruiz pulls up a jumper over Reavis' Donna Mierwa on Thursday night at T.F. North.
T.F. North's Chardae Greenlee dumps off the pass around Reavis' Stephanie Verduzco Thursday night in the Meteors' 69-38 win.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council has formally posted the ordinance that determines how city government will spend its money for the current fiscal year, starting the process by which city officials negotiate their budget.
CALUMET CITY | Officials are considering a new policy that would allow police officers to take squad cars home to use for limited personal purposes.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council held off Thursday on payments to three companies for services provided during the February storm that dumped more than 20 inches of snow on the south suburbs.
URBANA, Ill. | A former correctional officer at the Ford County Jail has pleaded guilty to a felony charge, admitting that he sexually abused a female inmate in her cell.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council, following a month of political debate, passed without discussion a resolution recommending a property tax break for a Torrence Avenue building that could become a bank.
CALUMET CITY | Two Chicago men are charged with residential burglary after a scuffle with police on Monday.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved a tax levy Monday to raise 4.9 percent more from local property owners to help fund pension programs for retired police officers and firefighters.
CALUMET CITY |The Street and Alley Department is stocking up on the deep thaw ice melt it uses to try to keep streets clear of ice.
CALUMET CITY | Municipal government is paying just over $54,000 to a real estate investment trust as part of an agreement requiring it to share state sales tax and home rule sales tax with the firm.
CALUMET CITY | Students at Thornton Fractional North and South high schools will have to pay a larger general curriculum fee for the upcoming academic year.
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