An air quality alert was issued early Monday for the Chicago area, urging people with respiratory problems to stay indoors.
July 21 2:06 a.m. |
Sun-Times Media Wire
The 16-Inch Softball Hall of Fame is launching its museum Saturday at 7501 W. Harrison St. in Forest Park. For the first time, Chicago’s iconic sport will have a building that houses its extensive history and honors the legends of the game.
A roundup of what you might have missed from the Glenview Announcements.
July 18 12:30 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
Inside the Hadley School Garden Wednesday evening, The Winnetka Club honored its 11 scholarships winners for 2014.
July 17 1 p.m. |
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a law aimed at helping vendors and farmers sell produce at local farmers markets.
July 17 6:30 a.m. |
Members of Deerfield’s B’nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (BJBE) have a unique opportunity to put their personal touch on the building the congregation has occupied on Lake Cook Road for five years.
NorthShore University HealthSystem specialties were rated high in U.S. News & World's report's annual Best Hospitals rankings.
GLENVIEW — Stephen Szabados is from Central Illinois, but he probably knows more about know Chicago family histories than your Bridgeport O’Rileys or the Bankowskis of the Polish Triangle neighborhood.
July 15 6 a.m. |
Paying a toll for using an express lane may be worth it to some commuters and help ease congestion on the Eisenhower and Stevenson in the future.
July 14 12:40 p.m. |
St. Viator and Loyola alumni packed a total of 57,000 meals at Feed my Starving Children in Libertyville.