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UBAM has something for seniors

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Officers and supporters of the United Business Association of Midway gathered outside Fair Share Finer Foods last week, moments before a van laden with groceries began its rounds to bring food and other items to about 60 seniors in need. For 22 straight years, UBAM’s Something For Seniors initiative has raised funds to purchase and deliver holiday care packages to elderly men and women across the Southwest Side, according to UBAM Executive Director Anita Cummings

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Finish line in sight

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Spread the love. With mayoral race close, turnout is everything By Tim Hadac With polls predicting an extremely close mayoral runoff on Tuesday, April 4, both Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson had their campaigns in high gear this week, rolling out final endorsements and exhorting voters to cast ballots. For the first time in his…

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Sweet surprise for police

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Spread the love Everyone likes cookies, especially when they’re Girl Scout cookies delivered by a sweet, smiling Scout–as illustrated by police at the Eighth District station last week. Officers, detectives and sergeants were delighted to grab one of 20 boxes of Thin Mints, S’mores, Do-si-dos, Samoas and other varieties from Charlotte Caughey of Brownie Troop…

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Egg prices drive chicken interest

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Spread the loveSome becoming backyard farmers By Kelly White Complaints about the price of eggs have been so common in recent months, some folks who have never considered backyard farming are now thinking of buying a hen or two. To help educate people about the matter, The Feed Store, 5408 S. Harlem, is also hosting…

Mallory Swanson of the Red Stars opened the season with a goal in a 3-2 loss to San Diego on Saturday, March 25. Photo by IMAGN

Pro Sports Report | Alex Morgan converts PK and Wave tops Red Stars in opener

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer Two of the best scorers in the NWSL made great first impressions to begin the 2023 season. The Chicago Red Stars’ Mallory Swanson, coming off a scoring explosion in the SheBelieves Cup earlier in the year, scored a tying goal on a penalty kick in extra time in…

Morton College's Mia Simpson, shown during a game earlier this year, helped the Panthers to a fifth-place finish in the nation and surpassed 1,000 career points. Photo by Jeff Vorva

Area Sports Roundup | Morton College takes 5th in nation

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Spread the loveBy Jeff Vorva Staff Writer For three quarters, Janiah Jones’ stats were bland. The Richard Bland College guard had just two points. But she lit things up in the fourth quarter, scoring 16 of her team’s 18 points to help Bland stun Morton College, 69-63, in the quarterfinals of the National Junior College…

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Track and Field | Oak Lawn’s Robert Wagner gets jump on season with highest leap at Top Times

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Spread the loveBy Tim Cronin Correspondent BLOOMINGTON — Robert Wagner, with a name straight out of Hollywood, starred in the high jump at the Illinois Top Times meet, held March 25 at Illinois Wesleyan University. The only thing missing for the Oak Lawn senior was a spotlight — and, from Wagner’s viewpoint — breaking his…

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College Notebook | Richards grad Abby Mallo swinging a hot stick for Billikens

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Spread the loveBy Mike Walsh Correspondent Welcome to Division I softball, Abby Mallo. Mallo, a Richards graduate playing at Saint Louis University, was chosen the Rookie of the Week by the Atlantic 10 Conference for the week ending March 19. Mallo, a freshman, hit safely in all four games that week, recording a .429 batting…

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Baseball | Brother Rice seeking spark after two-loss week

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Spread the loveBy Steve Millar Correspondent Brother Rice is missing some big pieces from the team that finished third in the state in Class 4A last season. Multi-sport superstar Jack Lausch graduated and moved on to play quarterback at Northwestern. Catching star Zion Rose, a potential high Major League Baseball draft pick this summer, transferred…

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Choosing sides in mayoral race

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Spread the love. SW Side endorsements start to emerge By Tim Hadac While neither Paul Vallas nor Brandon Johnson has campaigned on the Southwest Side to any significant degree, their supporters in this area are starting to go public. The latest endorsement to be snagged occurred last Friday, when U.S. Rep. Jesús “Chuy” García (D-4th),…

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Crime spree in Back of the Yards

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Spread the loveArmed bandits commit 10 robberies in less than two hours By Tim Hadac A burst of armed robberies in the Back of the Yards area has prompted police to issue a community warning. The 10 stickups occurred in less than two hours on Wednesday, March 15. Crime scenes include: 4600 block of South…

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By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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Senate approves measure to crack down on ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

By ANDREW ADAMS & NIKA SCHOONOVER Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state’s attorney general explicit authority to…

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