Concurrently, Michael is a reporter with the Hyde Park Herald and co-chair of events with the NABJ Chicago Chapter.
Stories by Michael Liptrot
Starting September 1st, Swedish Covenant Hospital in Lincoln Square will combine midwives with obstetricians to care for pregnant people.
The team has lost 8 out of its last 10 games, and the owner is making changes in the front office.
Investors have filed a civil suit against the restaurant’s owners.
Director Andy Davis talks to “Reset” about the 1993 thriller “The Fugitive” and his Chicago roots.
Trevian C. Kutti is a former publicist of R. Kelly and Kanye West, and Stephen Lee is a Lutheran pastor, both accused of election fraud.
The news of Arwady’s firing came a day after the Chicago Board of Health asked Mayor Johnson to keep her in the post.
Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson is supporting an additional levy on sales of homes over $1 million to fund services for unhoused people.
The race cost the city over $3 million in road work and police overtime. Was the economic benefit worth the cost?
The proclamation was signed Tuesday, which marked the 82nd anniversary of Till’s birth.
The Deep Tunnel’s large sewers can hold 2.3 billion gallons of storm runoff. So why didn’t the system reduce floods like it’s supposed to?