What’s happening in the Middle East might not seem more than 6,000 miles away to area Jews who are feeling the heat of pro-Palestinian sentiment.
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.
Did you miss this week’s top stories? Check out the biggest stories from the Lincolnwood Review for the week of July 11-18.
July 18 12:28 p.m. |
Aggrego News Service
In 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a Policy Statement on “Firearm-Related Injuries Affecting the Pediatric Population” which reaffirmed the position that “the absence of guns from children’s homes and communities is the most reliable and effective measure to prevent firearm-related injuries in children and adolescents.”
The children of Solomon Schechter’s Early Childhood Summer Center in Skokie sing in unison about the wheels on the bus going round and round.
July 15 2:28 p.m. |
Things looked a little upside down last week at Solomon Schechter’s Early Childhood Summer Center except for valuable hands-on lessons imparted to the children.
July 15 2:26 p.m. |
The search for Lincolnwood’s best-looking lawn is on again with the “Lincolnwood in Bloom” contest, which will give one homeowner bragging rights as the lawn care master of Lincolnwood when the winner is announced this fall.
July 15 10:05 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 12:57 p.m. |
Several local state lawmakers are presenting a voter information session on Monday, focusing on new legislation.
July 13 4:29 p.m. |