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Social, environmental factors increase a community’s COVID-19 risk, study finds

The combination of threats from COVID-19 and extreme heat in many socially vulnerable communities across the United States is a real concern for public...

Closed for more than a year, Studio Movie Grill reopens next week as Chatham Cinemas

Crusader Staff Report  Studio Movie Grill in Chatham, the popular luxury, dine-in movie entertainment complex that has been closed for more than a year because...

Inaugural 2021 Hayes Drive Lakefront Classic held at 63rd Street Beach

By Joseph PhillipsChicago Crusader Sports Editor For the first time since COVID-19, players from across the city gathered to play for the gold winners’ cup...

Congressman Rush wants study after reports of Blacks receiving lower home appraisals than whites

Crusader Staff Report Congressman Bobby Rush (D-Illinois) is calling for a study to examine alleged disparities in home appraisal values between white- and Black-owned homes...

Gary Community School Corporation’s Status as Competitive Employer in NWI validated

The Gary Community School Corporation (GCSC) recently announced a new agreement with its paraprofessionals, the latest step in a years-long effort to boost educators’...

Schools Struggle with Reopening Amid Pandemic Surge

By Hazel Trice Edney With coronavirus cases rising across the U.S. as a result of the highly contagious Delta variant, school districts nationwide are moving...

Adult Learning Cooperative Awards Diplomas to First Graduating Class

The pandemic has created all types of educational roadblocks for students nationwide. However, a group of eight adults in Gary, Indiana did not give...

ECIER Foundation Hosts RESPECT Fundraiser, Red Carpet Movie premiere

ECIER Foundation will host a red carpet premier fundraiser of the highly anticipated movie “RESPECT” a biopic about the life of the "Queen of...

COVID-19 deaths climb to 11,000 in Cook County

Crusader Staff Report The number of COVID-19 deaths in Cook County is now at 11,000, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced on Wednesday, August...
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