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Ancona announces new head

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer The Ancona School has selected Ari Frede as its new head of school. Beginning in September Frede will serve part time as head of school elect along side the school’s current head Bonnie Wishne. Before coming to Ancona, 4770 S. Dorchester Ave., Frede served in several teaching and administrative roles in(…)

Dept. of Ed. to investigate Dyett

Dept. of Ed. to investigate Dyett

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer The U.S. Department of Education opened a federal investigation into the Title VI Civil Rights Violations at Dyett High School. The Coalition to Revitalize Dyett High School and Rainbow Push held a press conference Tuesday morning to announce their next steps in preserving and revitalizing the school. In 2011,(…)

Missing Hyde Park woman washes ashore

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer   The body of a 75-year-old woman was pulled from Lake Michigan at Promontory Point on Monday. The body was identified as Sofija Pastuovich, 75, of the 5400 block of South East View Park, was last seen at 10 p.m. Sunday night. She was pulled from Lake Michigan at 2:11(…)

Burglaries hassle Hyde Parkers

Chicago Police have issued an alert about burglaries in Hyde Park in July. In the burglaries the offenders enter buildings and residences and take property at various times throughout the day and at locations across the neighborhood including: During the daytime or evening hours of July 7 on the 5300 block of South Greenwood Avenue(…)

New leader for Neighborhood Club

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer   Sarah Diwan has been named the new executive director of Hyde Park Neighborhood Club. Outgoing executive director Jennifer Bosch recommended Diwan for the promotion. Diwan was the director of Early Childhood Programs at Hyde Park Neighborhood Club (HPNC), 5480 S. Kenwood Ave., before she assumed the role of(…)

Ray LSC back to square one

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer Ray families will have to wait even longer before they get a new principal. Ray Elementary School’s new local school council held its first organizational meeting July 1. The group also held a second meeting to vote on the next steps in it principal selection process, where they decided(…)

Police alert Hyde Parkers about robberies

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The Chicago Police recently issued a warning about robberies at the north end of Jackson Park. The robberies occurred in the vicinity of the south 5600 and 5700 blocks between Stony Island Avenue and Everett Drive in June. In the instances, three offenders approached victims, displayed a handgun and announced(…)

Ray LSC stumbles on way to picking principal

By DASCHELL M. PHILLIPS Staff Writer The Ray Elementary School local school council (LSC) voted to postpone its selection of a new principal at its special meeting Wednesday night. The parents as well as the governing body was fractured in its response to the candidates chosen by the LSCs Principal Screening Committee. After a closed(…)