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“Make your day sweeter at Lickity Split!”

By Kimberly Pope and Kendall Holton   Lickity Split is a local frozen custard and sweet shop with two locations in Chicago, one in Western Ave....

S&C Electric and employees raise nearly $500,000 for charities

By Ana Gore New hiring and a record sales year for S&C Electric spelled good news for local charities, who collected nearly a half million...

Little changes, big differences: how to be more sustainable

By Molly Pfeifer Here are five ways to be more green using resources in your neighborhood: Zero Waste The key ideas of going green are to reduce,...

How finding old instruments in a local school basement turned into scholarships for student...

By Samar Mustafa and Kimberly Pope Sullivan High School and Rogers Park community members provide students with private music lessons through Flatts & Sharpe Scholarship...

CVS: Supervisors involved in social media controversy ‘no longer employed’ by company

By Ana Gore, Elvir Mujkanovic and Samar Mustafa Two supervisors at a CVS at 6150 N. Broadway in Edgewater no longer work for the company,...

Chicago Croats grieve World Cup loss, celebrate Croatia’s journey to the final

By Dawood Mustafa Updated July 16, 2018 Chicago Croats who gathered to watch the World Cup Final Sunday may have been disappointed to lose to France,...

Three new northside development projects among city’s biggest

By Fauzia Jafar and Ana Gore Three of the top ten construction projects in Chicago issued in May 2018 are located in Rogers Park and...

Missing girl seen in Rogers Park

By Samar Mustafa and Kimberly Pope Photo courtesy of the Chicago Police Department A 16-year-old girl from Tennessee has been reported missing, and was last seen...

Friends, classmates, mourns girl who ‘never stayed sad’

By John Carpenter When friends passed Darihanne Torres in the halls at Jordan Elementary School, she always made them smile. This was just one of many...

Community rallies for family 13-year-old Rogers Park girl drowned off Loyola Beach; vigil planned...

An online fundraising campaign raised more than $5,000 for the family of a 13-year-old girl who drowned off Loyola Beach last week. You can see...

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What makes Loyola Chicago the fifth most eco-friendly college in America

  College Magazine has recently ranked Loyola University Chicago one of the most eco-friendly colleges in America. With various sustainability initiatives and partnerships, Loyola has...

Local Pub Holds Concert to Support Immigrant Families

When Alicia Hempfling heard about immigrant families being separated at the border, she knew she had to do something. Hempfling, who owns a music...

“Make your day sweeter at Lickity Split!”

By Kimberly Pope and Kendall Holton   Lickity Split is a local frozen custard and sweet shop with two locations in Chicago, one in Western Ave....

S&C Electric and employees raise nearly $500,000 for charities

By Ana Gore New hiring and a record sales year for S&C Electric spelled good news for local charities, who collected nearly a half million...

Shedd Aquarium brings ‘Underwater Beauty’ to Edgewater.

The Shedd Aquarium recently debuted a new mural in Edgewater. It explores “the diverse and vibrant beauty of marine life” as the Shedd showcases...