‘It’s a Family Affair’ at Sixth Grace Presbyterian

The combined ministries of Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, pastored by Reverend Dr. David B. Thornton, at 600 East 35th Street, will host “It’s a...

CVS officials Talk Project Health, Black Press at Rainbow Push...

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia When Cornelius Raven visited his nearby CVS Pharmacy for free health screenings, he didn’t realize that he...

LIGHTFOOT SWORN IN AS 56TH MAYOR OF CHICAGO

Mayor-elect Lori E. Lightfoot, Monday just before noon, was sworn in as the 56th Mayor of Chicago with her wife, Amy Eshleman, and daughter,...

Medicare trims payments to 800 hospitals, citing patient safety incidents

By Jordan Rau Kaiser Health News Eight hundred hospitals will be paid less by Medicare this year because of high rates of infections and patient injuries, federal...

Op Ed Finding solutions for diabetes management

By Senator Kimberly Lightford More than 1.3 million people in Illinois, or 12.5% of the adult population, have diabetes and an additional 37.5% have prediabetes...

In Memoriam: Betsy G. Berry served the community

Social justice advocate and wife of noted civil rights activist Edwin C. “Bill” Berry Betsy G. Berry of Michigan City, Indiana peacefully passed away on...

Lamar Odom To Play In His First Pro Basketball Game In...

By J'na Jefferson, Vibe "I hope to be as explosive as I used to be." After a tumultuous few years away from basketball, it looks like Lamar Odom is...

I’M ABOUT TO HAVE ME A KAVANAUGH!

I’m mad. So mad that I can spit. Throw stuff. Holla. Make some noise. What is a righteous woman to do?  I’m about to...

Early Voting start date to be determined

The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners anticipates that Early Voting is not likely to start on January 17, which is 40 days before Election...

District 148 celebrates Science Fair winners

Dolton West School District 148 students have earned accolades for their achievements in science. Six Grade 4 students and three junior high school students were...