by Peter von Buol
The Chicago Police Department’s Community Policing (CAPS) program continues to be a vital resource for 47th Ward residents concerned about crime in their community.
According to officials at the Chicago Police Dept., residents who attend beat meetings are directly helping their local
by Peter von Buol
18th District (Near North) Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer, 53, who was shot to death on Feb. 13 by an armed suspect who had been fleeing from police officers, is being remembered
By Patrick Butler
It isn’t just the big corporations that have to watch out for cyber-criminals, an electronic security expert warned local businesspeople at a Northcenter Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
Everybody in just about any kind of business needs to keep a wary eye open
By Bill Ligas
In 2013, Bertha noticed a wound on her leg that wouldn’t heal. It continued to grow despite visiting many doctors and trying various treatments ranging from raw honey to medicated patches. The open sore continued to grow until it eventually became the size
Written by Erika (Neumayer) Ehrat – Owner & Designer of Rare Dirndl
- The edelweiss's scientific name is Leontopodium alpinum.
- It can be found at high altitudes in the mountains of Europe, Asia and South America. The original home of the edelweiss is in the high plateau of
From our friends at Black Bear Academy
As any busy family knows, the chores associated with keeping a household running can seem never-ending! The good news is that your child can help! Empowering your child to participate in household chores is a great way to
Do you have a favorite watering hole in the neighborhood? With all of the great options available in Lincoln Square, chances are you do. But what if your dream neighborhood hangout had delicious snacks, unusual wines and the company of other food and wine loving
From Illinois State Treasurer Michael Freichs
The Treasurer’s office invests approximately $25 billion on behalf of taxpayers, college savers, and units of local government.
However, I firmly believe we must invest in people. Investing in people creates the building blocks of better neighborhoods and communities. That
The holidays have passed, we’ve rung in the New Year and now… we have winter! It is hard to entertain children when the Chicago weather hits the negative degrees! In this
Why you should focus on what your dog CAN do, and not what they CAN’T.
Brittney Frazier, CPDT-KA, Found Chicago Boarding and Training Center
Prior to adopting and welcoming a new dog into our home for the first time, we all imagine the lifestyle and activities we