Tuesday, July 5, 2022
By CBS 2 Chicago Staff The Chicago Police Department is investigating a viral video showing women dancing and twerking on top of a police cruiser. The cell phone video is all over social media. It shows three women on the hood and...
By Josh Noel Chicago Tribune After three months shuttered to the world, Chicago bars and restaurants were allowed to reopen for indoor service in late January at 25% capacity. Three weeks later, the number was pushed to 40%. Two weeks after...
The 12,000-square-foot business incubator will try to create an atmosphere of support and success in a Black neighborhood, much like Tulsa's Greenwood District before the massacre of 1921. By: Bob Chiarito ROSELAND — A massive business incubator and co-working space has...
Sarah Schulte CHICAGO (WLS) -- Multi-tasking has become a way of life for many Catholic schools teachers. Teaching in person and online - mixed in with making sure students follow strict COVID protocols - is now part of the job. "At...
By Drew Singer January 29, 2021 Some of the Reddit day-trading crowd’s favorite companies are capitalizing on their newfound popularity by selling shares to raise fresh capital. American Airlines Group Inc. on Friday announced plans to sell up to $1.1 billion of shares after a 17% climb over...
With internships, apprenticeships, mentoring, and workshops, this Black-owned recording studio in Blue Island bypasses white industry gatekeepers. By Corli Jay Just beyond the edge of the south side, the city of Blue Island borders Chicago neighborhoods such as Morgan Park and...
By Janice Neumann Daily Southtown Tamera Trimuel was only 9 when she began to notice that noticed the talents and beauty of Black girls were underappreciated. So she got busy and started her own company, with the help of her parents,...
By Mike Nolan Daily Southtown | Jan 18 A company that has literally cornered the market near Orland Park’s Main Street Triangle could be in line to develop the village-owned property at the northwest corner of La Grange Road and...
Experts contend many owners could lose their properties if financial pressures persist and more trade shows and conventions are canceled. By David Roeder@RoederDavid Jan 11 The Wit Hotel at 201 N. State St. Pat Nabong/Sun-Times Chicago is a great hotel town...
By Carol Flynn Daily Southtown | Jan 04, 2021 at 3:23 PM Didier Nolet, a painter who lives in Evergreen Park, needed to find a new studio last year. The storefront he leased on Archer Avenue was no longer working...
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