April is Financial Literacy Month – Ready to Up your Personal...

If I asked you a few simple questions about your personal finances like, “How much debt do you have?” “What is your credit score?”...

Fathers Leaving a Financial Legacy

By Delta Jones-Walker, Gary Crusader Last month, I focused on Mother’s Day and giving mom stock as a gift. So, it is only fitting to...

Local Financial Investment Advisor shares advice on financial fitness

Recently, Financial Investment Advisor Delta Jones-Walker hosted a Financial Fitness workshop in her offices at Atled Financial in Schererville. Young professional women from across...

Riverwalk restaurant caught using Lem’s Barbeque’s name without permission

Chicago Brewhouse received a Cease and Desist letter to remove Lem's name from its menu  By Erick Johnson On August 19, a customer was dining at...

Business Owner Takes Time to Inspire Business Students

By Crystal Lynn, Gary Crusader Nationally recognized Gordon “Big Daddy” Biffle didn’t give out his award-winning recipe to a room full of attentive business students,...

Chance the Rapper and Lyft Raise $60,000 for CPS

Lyft, the fastest growing ride-share company in the U.S., recently announced that its passengers have raised more than $60,000 for Chicago Public Schools (CPS)...

Culver’s to open in Bronzeville Jan. 23

Culver’s will open in Bronzeville at 10 a.m. Jan. 23 in the Lake Meadows Market center, 3357 S. King Dr. It will be the...

Jerry Thomas honored with SCLC’s first-ever George Curry Award

George Curry, famously referred to as “The Dean of Black Press columnists,” had his name attached to an award recognizing his legacy and contributions...

Black Workers Need “Real” Not “Fake” Paid Family Leave

By Melanie L. Campbell and Jennifer Tucker When Dorcas, a home health aide living in New York, learned of her mother's illness, she used most...

Native American owned casino to open in South Bend

The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and its Four Winds Casinos recently announced their newest property, located on 166 acres of tribal trust land...