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As kids play in Paschen Park, located at 1932 Lunt Avenue, they immerse themselves in arts, sports, music and education, but few are aware of those who played before them — the members of the …

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After Amy Zagroba heard a large boom one night, she went out to her balcony and saw a big cloud of white-gray smoke in a parking lot a block from her third-floor home; she said …

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Organizations are working to find new housing for the 36 Rogers Park residents who lost their homes in an apartment fire Dec. 7.  A large fire left a three-story apartment building at 6540 N. Glenwood …

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A woman was shot while in her residence about five blocks from Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus Dec. 18 at approximately 3 p.m., according to the Chicago Police Department (CPD). The victim, a 61-year-old woman, was …

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Loyola committed to the Vatican’s Seven-Year Journey to Integral Ecology — an action platform between the Vatican, citizens and Catholic institutions to combat climate change— according to a Nov. 15 email.  The Vatican Dicastery for …

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Rogers Park has a population of more than 55,000 yet is home to only nine public restrooms. Of those, one is a library and another a police station, according to an interactive map by the …

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It’s been over two months since the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan, and Chicago is gearing up for an influx of Afghan refugees, especially in Rogers Park and neighboring communities. Jamia Jowers, board president of the …

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With Halloween creeping around the corner and COVID-19 numbers still on the rise, the city of Chicago aims to enforce the Illinois Department of Public Health’s (IDPH) updated Halloween and “Fall Festivities” guidelines.  Despite vaccines …