Opinion columns published on Shaw Local
We are just about a month out from one of our favorite annual Chamber events – Family Fest!
The 2022 -2023 school year continues to be one of excellence and excitement for Coal City Unit School District #1 students and staff.
In community development, strong business offerings, relationships built on partnership, and offering that enrich the quality of life create an environment where people thrive.
Like many school districts, Morris Community High School received several emergency relief and technology grants as a result of the pandemic.
Law enforcement faces many challenges in the new year
The Chamber is starting off 2023 with a bang and we hope you are too! Our retention rate for 2023 is already at 55% and we’re only a few days in. This is not only a good sign for the Chamber, but also for the health of our local business economy.
Stop spending entertainment dollars in Chicago until steps are taken to reduce crime, columnist Tom Weitzel argues.
Take the appropriate cautions and safety procedures when shopping for the holidays.
It is the holiday season and Coal City School District #1 has a lot to be thankful for.
Rettke: I hope you decide to go use your voice, and your vote, for good Tuesday. Let’s remember that we still have something to say, and a good way to start is by heading to the polls.
Home for the Holidays returns November 25-27th, showcasing our community and encouraging shopping in our Downtown Historic District.
With the first quarter of the current school year now complete, it is a critical time to remind students that their efforts now determine their likelihood of success this semester and school year.
Police departments should proactively put out the information in a timely fashion that provides open and transparent policing, says former Riverside Police Chief Tom Weitzel.
Many of us have a friend who we know is considering opening their own business, or an associate who has a great idea that if executed correctly could develop into a successful local business.
Coal City School District #1 is off to a great start! Starting the year without various restrictions and exclusions has created the most normalcy we have seen in the past two years.