Two new sidewalk markers honoring historic Evanston locations for Black residents were unveiled Saturday afternoon, Aug. 13. The first marker was unveiled at 325 Dempster St., the former home of […] New sidewalk markers honor Evanston’s first Black resident, Black hospital is from Evanston RoundTable, Evanston's most trusted source for unbiased, in-depth journalism.
Heavyweight boxing’s most infamous rematch occurred 25 years ago – but what was really going through Mike Tyson’s mind when he bit chunks out of rival Evander Holyfield’s ears in front of a disbeli
Whenever anyone hears the name Julia Child, the first thing that comes to mind is the exquisite ease of French cooking that she brought to the United States. But long before she was an internationally famed chef, she served as an intelligence officer during World War II in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the […]
ST. PAUL, Min. — It is the first of its kind and it is absolutely beautiful. A new Minnesota bridal shop is making dreams come true in several important ways. It’s located in St. Paul, on the corner of the historic Pioneer Endicott Building – and historic it is. La Noire Bridal is the premier
MGM Springfield is holding a leadership hiring event that they say is their “first of its kind” Thursday.
I just turned 40-years-old, and I had my first mammogram as a black woman. I was told that the procedure would be painful, but it was easy.
By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Looking back, Adolphus Jackson, D.M.D., first decided he was going to be a dentist while an elementary school student in Birmingham’s Rising-West Princeton community. Now, he’s president of the Alabama Dental Association (ALDA)—the first Black person to assume the post. “Alabama has realized [that] it doesn’t matter what color […]
The wardrobe of Francia Márquez, Colombia’s first Black vice president, is the creation of a young designer at the center of an Afro-Colombian fashion explosion.
AP Photos CINCINNATI — As Patrick Wisdom took reps at first base before a game at Great American Ball Park, first-base coach Mike Napoli stood next to him, watching his footwork as Christopher Morel and Zach McKinstry threw across the diamond. ‘‘I believe in my athletic ability and being able...
John Makell Jr., the first African American director of Recreation and Parks in Anne Arundel County, died of complications from heart disease June 16.
In it's 246 year history, the U.S. Marine Corps have sworn it's first 4-star general in, after President Joe Biden nominated General Michael E. Langley on June 9, 2022. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Karis Mattingly | Public Domain During the promotion ceremony, the 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps General David H. — Read the rest
The Century Town Council got their first look Monday evening at the town’s proposed budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year that begins October 1. Noticeably absent from the budget is any project income from the Capital Trust Agency. As we were first to report last week, Century will no longer receive any income from the CTA