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At first, Danita Johnson Hughes was a bit hesitant to take the lead at Edgewater Systems for Balanced Living in Gary.
GARY | City residents can potentially receive millions of dollars in earned income tax credits this tax season thanks to a partnership between the city and other entities, Gary's mayor announced Tuesday.
We don't often think of bacteria as a good thing, especially in our bodies. Antibacterial soaps fill drugstore shelves, and antibiotics treat countless diseases. But now, a new kind of "good" bacteria is taking up shelf space in the same stores as hand sanitizers.
Denise DeClue is both excited and moved by news that some performances are already sold out for this month's relaunch of her partnership play with Columbia College Theatre Department's staging of "City on the Make."
Growing up, Tiffany Simpson was always the person people came to for advice. Think Lucy and her psychologist booth from "Charlie Brown.” The licensed psychologist and clinical addictions counselor says she “has been doing this since I was 7.”
Kasandra Tenbarge was propelled further into community involvement when her former Munster home and neighborhood were hit by the 2008 floods.
While a primary focus for many who attend the Hyde Park Jazz Festival is the music, festival director Kate Dumbleton also sees it as a way for attendees to explore the neighborhood’s rich architectural offerings.
Former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, distinguished senior fellow at the Harris School of Public Policy, talks Tuesday about a new partnership between the school and the city of Gary during a news conference at the University of Chicago.
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson and former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, distinguished senior fellow at the Harris School of Public Policy, talk about a new partnership between the school and the city of Gary during a news conference Tuesday at the University of Chicago.
The new culinary buzzword: Bugs.
At a time when thousands of laid-off and underemployed workers are joining traditional college students in the classroom and education reformers are demanding the U.S. produce more college graduates, a book released in January by the University of Chicago Press says academe is failing.
CHICAGO | Spending nearly $23 million this year to settle lawsuits filed against it, the city of Chicago continues to search for ways to limit its exposure to municipal complaints.
Diane Artis laughs, leafing through a scrapbook of her daughter's athletic achievements. Laini Fluellen's passion for hoops -- and life -- radiates from newspaper clips dating from the late-1980s.
CHICAGO | Only two of 17,820 participants studied met all seven ideal factors for a heart-healthy lifestyle, according to a study released at this month's meeting of the American Heart Association in Chicago.
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