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Hadden Hails Shoreline Disaster Proclamation

Mayor Lightfoot and Governor Pritzker issued disaster proclamations for the shoreline in Chicago on Monday.  Officially, Lightfoot sent a letter to Pritzker requesting a state...

One in Custody After Sunday Night Edgewater Shooting

Chicago police have one person is in custody after a 17-year-old boy was shot last night in Edgewater. According to a Chicago police spokesperson, at...

Warnings Issued after Rogers Park Shooting, Armed Robberies, Car Break-ins

Police in Rogers Park have issued warnings on two recent crime incidents, including a spate of armed robberies - one that also involved a...

Construction at Former Heartland Site Could Begin Next Month

The new development on the former site of the Heartland Cafe will not require a zoning change, and construction is expected to begin either...

19-year-old Killed in Noon Shooting on Howard Platform

A 19-year-old man was shot and killed in the neck and chest on the Howard Street Red Line platform, shortly after noon Tuesday. Police said...

Loyola Five Guys Closes

Fast food restaurant Five Guys closed its Rogers Park location.  No official reason was given for the closure. A note posted on the door read...

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Glenwood Sunday Market Opening This Weekend – Pre-order only

The popular Glenwood Sunday market, at 1241 W. Pratt in Rogers Park, opens this weekend for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown. The market,...

Congratulations, Sullivan High School Class of 2020

Sullivan High School in Rogers Park celebrated the Class of 2020 with a virtual commencement ceremony. Congratulations to all graduates, especially valedictorian Latoya Bledson. You can...

Congratulations, Senn 2020 Grads!

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Senn’s Cullinane Honored by Walgreens as Outstanding Teacher

Senn High School journalism teacher Michael Cullinane is one of four teachers being honored by Walgreens for "going above and beyond their ordinary duties...