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Good Clothes, Great Cause, Get Tested – Out of the Closet

Located at 3311 N. Halstead, Out of the Closet combines thrift shop deals with healthcare support. Almost all proceeds from sales go to provide...

Keeping the Red Line Clean with Kuya Jerry

(Editor's Note: RogersEdgeReporter journalist and Senn High School student Kirsten Ceralde shares a nice story about a friend she made at the Granville Red...

Free Workshop for Pop-Up Business Licenses

If you are a small business thinking you might want to open a pop-up shop, the City of Chicago will hold a workshop on...

Third Coast Comics: a big world in a small store

Next door to the RogersEdge Reporter newsroom is our friendly neighbor “Third Coast Comics.” Located at 6443 N. Sheridan Rd., Terry Gant's the store...

RogersEdge Reporter joins After School Matters summer programs

After School Matters (ASM) is a seasonal program for teens, ages 14-18. ASM offers a wide variety of programs in a wide diversity of...

Summer movies come to Rogers Park and Edgewater

Grab your blanket, popcorn, and your friends, movies in the park is back for the summer. These are four locations in Edgewater and Rogers...

New electric charging station in Rogers Park

Electric cars are becoming the future. The Fleet Carma proves that it’s better for the environment, and for people’s wallet. The Whole Foods in...

Block party on Magnolia coming this weekend

Rain or Shine,  June 9th Magnolia neighbors are coming together and throwing a block party from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Granville Ave. to Rosemont...

5 beaches to visit this summer

With the weather heating up as summer approaches, we all need to find ways to cool down without breaking the bank. Luckily the beach...

Business Profile: XO Marshmallow

We visited one of Rogers Park's sweetest confectionaries - XO Marshmallow, located at 6977 N. Sheridan Rd. The store specializes in making gourmet marshmallows in...

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By: Christian Carreto (Sullivan Sophomore)  Community members gathered at Sullivan High School in Rogers Park on Wednesday Nov 9 for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating...