By Kevin Scanlan  Certified SCORE Mentor  2020 is a census year. Every 10 years, the federal government is required to conduct a census to determine the number of people who live in each state/community.  The […]

Welcome to BAPA! Meet Our New Staff Members 

Despite social distancing and the changes to our community in response to the coronavirus, BAPA is working hard to advocate for and improve our community. Helping to make our organization […]

Maple Morgan Park Food Pantry Needs Donations 

By Kristin Boza  Now, more than ever, the Maple Morgan Park Food Pantry, 11030 S. Longwood Dr., needs the neighborhood’s help. Even before the threat of Covid-19 in our community, the […]

Going Green: Earth-Friendly Businesses 

On Wed., Apr. 22, the 50th Earth Day will be recognized in countries around the world. Although many events have been cancelled or postponed due to social distancing, we live […]

Ridge Historical Society to Offer E-learning Options 

By Linda Lamberty, Historian  Ridge Historical Society  Into the beginning of March, the Ridge Historical Society (RHS) was steaming forward, scheduling our popular annual Spring Bonnet Tea, five monthly crafting events geared […]

Neighbor Wins Driehaus Award for Home Landscape  

By Kristin Boza  Living in Beverly/Morgan Park, we know what a special place this is. Incredible architecture and carefully crafted landscaping are prominent in our community.  One neighborhood resident has been singled out […]

Barre it All Offering Mom and Child Yoga 

By Kristin Boza  Yoga is known as an amazing workout and stress reliever, for both adults and children. Barre it All Fitness, 3202 W. 111th St., introduced Mother/Child Yoga classes to help moms […]