United Auto Workers Local 551 invites community members to come learn about the union at an upcoming educational event.
CHICAGO | With bills in some cases going as high as $10 per minute, Cook County government officials want to review the contract they have with a Dallas-based company that allows Cook County Jail inmates to make collect telephone calls.
There's a place where you can read as much as you want, use free Wi-Fi and browse through dozens of magazines. No, it isn't the big name book and music stores that recently went out of business throughout the country. It's your local library.
There's plenty to do in the next few weeks whether you love animals, eating out or just having fun. I personally love them all, so I can't wait to check out these events.
Sandridge Nature Center naturalist Rebecca Moss explains to Dallas Artis, of Orland Park; Jace Wegrzyn, of Hammond, and Jack Downs, of Chicago's Hegewisch neighborhood, the difference between a male and a female box turtle shell during Outdoor Adventure Camp at the South Holland facility.
SOUTH HOLLAND | A total of 16 11- to 13-year-olds spent a week at Sandridge Nature Center attending the Outdoor Adventures Camp.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions presented Nicolas Ayon, a blind South Chicago resident, with a Braille Bible at its August meeting at the Jovial Club, 9615 Commercial Ave.
The Southeast Lions recently purchased a Braille Bible for a blind South Chicago man. Pictured, from left, standing, are Southeast Lion Andy DiSanto, Hegewisch Lion George Petrich with wife Rosemary, Nicolas Ayon, of South Chicago, and Southeast Lion Joe Gonzalez. Seated from left are Southe…
I've always said my Hegewisch neighborhood in Chicago loves its holidays and Fourth of July was no different. The neighbors practiced for two weeks, blowing off fireworks here and there every night, until they were ready for the big show on July 4.
Getting to know Janina Laskowiecki
Janina Laskowiecki, 11, is an effective communicator, according to Zaner-Bloser, an Ohio-based publisher of education materials for elementary students.
Scouts Elijah and Liam Bermejo and Jacob Kusar, of Pack 773 on Chicago's East Side, with the help of Den Leader Karina Bermejo begin to dig their hole to plant their tree at the living memorial.
Cub Scout Elijah Bermejo performs CPR on a worm he found while digging the hole for his tree.
CHICAGO | Depending on whom you ask, planning for the reconfiguration of the intersection at 130th Street and Torrence Avenue has been ongoing for the past three to four decades.
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