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Past articles by Roseanne:

Gary schools strive to improve literacy with book vending machines

Instead of snacks, there are books inside the vending machines at a Gary Community Schools. → Read More

Iconic Pickwick Theatre to close its doors after nearly century-long run

The final curtain call is nearing for the Pickwick Theatre in northwest suburban Park Ridge. → Read More

Videos show fireworks, donuts and chaos erupting overnight in the Loop

The Fourth of July got off to a wild start in downtown Chicago. → Read More

Six Flags Great America opens this weekend to the delight of thrill-seekers

NOW OPEN! The coasters at Six Flags Great America are officially running for the 2022 season. → Read More

Person killed in Hammond high-rise fire

One person was killed in a high-rise apartment building fire early Thursday in Hammond, Indiana. → Read More

Plastic bag tax being considered by pair of Chicago suburbs

St. Charles and Batavia could be following in Chicago's footsteps with a new plastic bag fee. → Read More

Chicago's Navy Pier offers new, free activities this Spring

Navy Pier is the hottest tourist destination of the Midwest – with about 9 million visitors yearly. → Read More

Business continues in downtown Naperville even as major renovations get underway

Drivers in downtown Naperville may need to navigate around street and lane closures on Main Street and Jefferson Avenue due to construction, but the Downtown Naperville Alliance (DNA) wants you to know the businesses along that stretch are still open and pedestrians are still welcome. → Read More

Starbucks turns to 'Borrow-A-Cup' program to reduce waste

Starbucks has unveiled its latest plan to cut down on waste: Borrow-a-cup. → Read More

Empty Chicago ballparks leave restaurants nearly vacant amid MLB negotiations

The Major League Baseball Commissioner has canceled 93 more games, pushing the start of the season to April 14. → Read More

Rising gas prices cause pain at Chicago-area pumps

The Biden administration's ban on Russian oil imports has translated into pain at the pump here at home. → Read More

Proviso teachers go on strike, demanding fair contract

Classrooms were empty and teachers were on the picket line Friday morning in Proviso District 209. → Read More

Chicagoans embrace burst of warm weather ahead of impending snowstorm: 'Make the most of it'

Wednesday's warmup was a welcome change for people who like to exercise along the lakefront path. → Read More

Chicago Teachers Union boss calls Lightfoot ‘relentlessly stupid’ for trying to reopen schools

Cars lined up on South Homan Avenue Monday morning as parents dropped the children off for school. → Read More

Classes canceled Wednesday for CPS students following Teachers Union vote for remote learning

Wednesday was a challenging morning for parents of Chicago Public School students. → Read More

Thousands of Cook County businesses now required to ask for proof of vaccination

"The main thing Is that we are concerned about our children... having kids growing up in a world where basically they are seeing segregation. One group of people allowed in places and another group not being allowed. And we think that could have damaging psychological consequences," said a woman who did not give her name. → Read More

Gold Coast residents say crime is changing the character of their neighborhood

"I love my neighborhood and I don't want to move, but it's frightening." → Read More

One year anniversary of Chicago paramedic's death due to complications from COVID-19

Today marks one year since the COVID-19 death of Chicago first responder Robert Truevillian. → Read More

Chicagoans embrace unusually warm December weather, express unease over effects of climate change

Wednesday's unseasonably warm temperatures brought plenty of joggers and dog walkers to Chicago's lakefront. → Read More

Stevenson High School students rally to brighten the holidays for Lake County families

Some north suburban high school students had a very busy November collecting holiday gifts for charity. → Read More