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For the 15th year in a row, families from near and far will flock to Navy Pier and bask in seasonal bliss without bundling up
The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police is offering tips to help shoppers remain safe and keep their purchases secure during the holidays
While people have family, friends and a fabulous meal on their minds, home burglars are looking for the perfect crimes while you are away
Dec. 1 Chicago Commons Open House 700 N. Sacramento Blvd. | 10 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Free Enjoy pizza, activities and prizes for the whole family. For 120 years, […]
Marcos Raya, one of the city’s most prolific artists, will be featured as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s upcoming exhibit “Surrealism: The Conjured Life,”
In celebration of its 20th anniversary, the Christkindlmarket Chicago returns to downtown Chicago on Nov. 20 and invites all visitors to enjoy one of the most enchanting atmospheres in Chicago
With so many people, children and teens included, missing out on the holiday season, giving back to the community has never been so important
With the Holidays quickly approaching, it’s the ideal time for a staycation in the Windy City. Here are some tips to help you plan
Norwegian American Hospital has appointed H. Bruce Carey Jr. as chief nursing officer (CNO)
Police have issued an alert to residents warning of recent thefts of U.S. Postal delivery vehicles.
We also need a civilian oversight board that is representative of all communities in Chicago and is given the teeth and independence to take action against the few rogue police officers who have acted dishonorably and illegally.
The article “Latinos are a growing electorate power” gave me false hope that Latino issues would be addressed in the 2016 presidential election