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Monthly Archives: November, 2021

Mayor Lightfoot reflects on City of Chicago’s progress in 2021

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and her administration are lifting up key accomplishments on behalf of the residents of Chicago over the course of 2021,...

Rev. Jackson to join Father Pfleger in Silent March for Remembrance and Peace Put the guns down, save our children

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. will join Father Michael L. Pfleger 12 noon, Friday, December 31, 2021, for a March for Remembrance and Peace beginning...

Illinois Vax Verify System Now Offers SMART™ Health Card Vaccination Verification

New updates to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Vax Verifyimmunization portal now includes use of the SMART™ Health Card.  The SMART™ Health...

2021 in Review: Almost back to normal

Following what the Crusader called the “Year of Death” in 2020, 2021 brought many of the same challenges but with a new sense that...

Self Care is the Best Care in 2022

Here we are poised to close out another year, and we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. Two COVID-19 variants later,...

State awards $35.2 million to community partners

Governor Eric J. Holcomb and the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) announced this week that $35.2 million in state and federal grant funds are...

Legendary Journalist Gail Berkley Dies at 74

By Evan Carlton Ward Sun-Reporter Gail Cordelia Berkley-Armstrong, legendary awarding-winning Bay Area journalist and Sun-Reporter Editor, has died after a lengthy illness. She was 74. The...

“Homelessness has become a way of life” for the downtrodden

When Bishop Tavis Grant, national field director for the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, and National Youth Director Reverend Cameron Barnes took 48 blanket coats to...

With Omicron cases on the rise this holiday season, state & local officials must step up

By Jordan Wilson The Omicron variant of COVID-19 is on the rise, and for Gary residents, the next phase of the pandemic could be the...

Indiana Department of Education Announces 2021 Graduation Rate

 The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) released the 2021 state graduation rates, with data showing 86.69% of students in the Class of 2021 graduating. "Across...
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