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Services today for Helen Lewis Bidwell

Services for Helen Lewis Bidwell will be held in Bond Chapel this afternoon. Helen died on Dec. 9, 2014, in Chicago. She was 79. Helen was born in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 24, 1935, the second daughter of Thomas Deane Lewis and Ann Elizabeth Claxton Lewis. The family lived in Bethesda, Md. Helen attended the College(…)

Non-profit status for Hyde Park Cats

Non-profit status for Hyde Park Cats

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Hyde Park Cats recently achieved a 501©3 status, making it a tax-deductible nonprofit organization. The group has placed more than 500 felines in permanent homes since its founding in 2008. It traps and gives medical care, including spaying or neutering, to feral or abandoned cats in Hyde Park. Cats that(…)

Facebook post on U. of C. student’s page not work of hacker

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer A Facebook posting that appeared to be racially motivated and that led to a federal investigation last week was not the work of an illegal hacker. University of Chicago Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services Karen Warren Coleman wrote, in a letter sent out to the entire faculty,(…)

Hyde Parker Marlene Van Kley Vellinga dies

Hyde Park resident and active volunteer Marlene Van Kley Vellinga has died. Vellinga sat on the board of the Hyde Park Transitional Housing Project and was a longtime volunteer for the Hyde Park-Kenwood Hunger Programs. For at least more than a decade Vellinga played a crucial role in helping to unload monthly food deliveries to(…)

Hyde Park man charged with shooting death

A Hyde Park man was charged following a fatal shooting on the 5200 block of South Cornell Avenue last night. Paris D. Walker-Rush, 25, was charged with one felony count of involuntary manslaughter and one felony count of unlawful use of a weapon. Walker-Rush, who lives on the 5200 block of South Cornell, was arrested(…)

U. of C. police send out alert

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The University of Chicago Police Department alerted residents yesterday after a student was the victim of a burglary near campus. At 2:45 p.m. Monday a student was walking southbound on Ellis Avenue between 61st and 62nd streets when approached by the suspect. The suspect took the victim’s computer, computer bag and iPhone(…)

U. of C. to discuss Obama Library with Jackson Park council

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The Jackson Park Advisory Council and the University of Chicago have scheduled a meeting to talk about the Obama Presidential Library. The meeting is scheduled for January, though the agenda is being kept under wraps. “As part of the collaborative effort to bring the Obama Presidential Library to the South(…)

Police issue warnings about Hyde Park robberies

By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD) and the Chicago Police Department (CPD) have both issued warnings about armed robberies in Hyde Park. Chicago Police News Affairs declined to say if the two agencies are investigating connected robberies, but did say they are working in conjunction. UCPD issued a security(…)