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Did Hammond police officers use excessive force against Jamal Jones during a seemingly routine traffic stop last month? Or did Jones provoke the officers’ aggressive […]
Instead of reaching a helping hand out to the mothers, babies and children crossing our border, they were shown our country’s ugly side. Observing the […]
143. Disabato: Tom Cappel out, then just as quickly might be back in, as boys hoops coach at Crete-Monee ... but will he return?
I’ve been made aware of some coaching firings and hirings through my career, but what happened at Crete-Monee the past three days is without equal. […]
It’s billed as a cross between fine art sculpture and “The Matrix.” PUSH Physical Theatre will express the power of the human body in a performance […]
Waubonsie Valley High School senior Calvin Chu captured first place the DuPage County NAACP Youth Works essay competition for junior and senior high school students. […]
Moraine Valley Community College graduate Anan Ayyad not only is continuing his education at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana, according to a release from […]
Dinahlynn Biggs, a radio personality at WLTH-AM (1370), is hosting a free citywide kids dance and concert from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the […]
The Nashville Songwriters Association International Chicago branch will host a workshop featuring Steve Seskin. Seskin has written seven number-one songs for artists like Tim McGraw, […]
The clout-heavy United Neighborhood Organization — facing federal scrutiny and a power struggle that threatens its funding — has brought in Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s former […]
Sister Kathleen Ryan, founder and director of the Dominican Literacy Center in Aurora, recently won the Aurora Deanery Council of Catholic Women Award for her […]