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Just over 28 years ago, Joe Moore was elected alderman as the more progressive candidate going up against the 49th Ward’s then-incumbent. Now, he’s going out the same way he came in. Maria Hadden, a …

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Loyola’s student government is gearing up to elect a new swath of student representatives. Elections are less than a month away, but if you’re interested in running, here’s how to get your name on the …

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With less than a week left before the Feb. 26 Chicago elections, the two candidates vying to represent the 49th Ward, covering much of Rogers Park and Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus, are going at it …

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After living in various places around the world, including North America, South America and Europe, Troy McMillan decided she wanted to return to her roots and move back to Chicago. When she visited Edgewater, she …

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When John Salinas was given a free meal at Smack Dab — a cafe in Rogers Park located at 6730 N. Clark St. — he said he felt a sense of normalcy again. Salinas, a …

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Loyola Medicine and Palos Health revealed their intentions to begin the process of merging their hospital systems, the companies announced in a Jan. 21 joint press release. The companies signed a non-binding letter of intent …

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With only a month left until Chicago’s city election, a few dozen Loyola students and Rogers Park residents gathered at Archie’s Cafe — located at 1228 W. Loyola Ave. — near Loyola’s Lake Shore Campus …

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Dorothy Gregory, an 82-year-old woman who’s been Loyola’s neighbor for 50 years, has been a key mediator in the university’s relationship with the community.