By ALLISON MATYUS Staff Writer Chicago Public Schools (CPS) has adjusted school budgets for the 2016-17 school year based on the number of students enrolled on the 10th day of school, Sept. 19. CPS compared this year’s 10th day of enrollment to last school year’s 20th day of enrollment to adjust budgets accordingly. Bret Harte […]
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By ALLISON MATYUS Staff Writer Insomnia Cookies will set up shop at tomorrow’s Hyde Park Farmers Market from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The new business located inside of the Campus North Residential Commons at 1105 E. 55th St. will be at the community booth with cookies, menus, magnets, bottle openers and sunglasses, while supplies […]
By MEREDITH OGILVIE Staff Writer Architect Toshiko Mori is the 2016 speaker for the Frank Lloyd Wright Trusts’s (FLWT) annual program, Thinking Into the Future: The Robie House Series on Architecture, Design, and Ideas. Thinking into the Future is an annual lecture presented by the FLWT, engaging leading international, national and Chicago voices in architecture, […]
By Joseph Phillips Sports Writer Thanks to a last second field goal by sophomore kicker Gavin Mottl of Saint (St.) Rita High School, the Mount (Mt.) Carmel Caravans would fall short in a 31-28 losing effort on Friday night in front of a packed house at Gately Stadium. “I was thinking that I was practicing […]
We are all well aware of the gun and crime problem in Chicago. And we are also aware that it has spread to many unexpected places like last week to Michigan Avenue and Millennium Park. And we have all noticed the upswing in incidents in the neighborhood. Most recently an attempted robbery of a University […]
A memorial service for Conrad Albert Wennerberg will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 at the home of Anne Marie Miles, 5490 S. Shore Drive, beginning at 10 a.m. Reception immediately follows.