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Misericordia’s Bakery And Cafe Opens Tuesday In West Ridge — And It’s Got A Drive-Thru
Misericordia Hearts & Flour Bakery and Cafe, just blocks from the on-campus bakery, opens Tuesday. It will provide jobs to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Misericordia Executive Director Sister Rosemary Connelly Stepping Down After 52 Years
Connelly transformed Misericordia into a renowned institution for those with development disabilities. At age 90, she will move to a new role as chief fundraising executive.
Misericordia Gets OK To Expand West Ridge Housing Campus On Site Of Former Tennis Club
Misericordia's plans to build 16 group homes on the site of a historically significant former tennis club drew concerns from preservationists and neighbors.
Misericordia’s West Ridge Housing Expansion, At Center Of Preservation Fight, Lands Initial City Approval
To expand its housing campus, Misericordia demolished a historically significant former tennis club.
Rogers Park’s S&C Electric Company Raises $520,000 For Local Charities, Including Misericordia
One Rogers Park institution is giving a large check to another local institution.
Misericordia Tears Down West Ridge Building, Ending Fight To Save 1920s Tennis Club
A last-ditch effort to save the building fell short just the night before demolition began.
Preservationists Make Last-Ditch Effort To Save West Ridge Building From Demolition
A demolition permit was issued Tuesday for the 1920s tennis club building.
Misericordia Is Hosting Its ‘Candy Days’ Online To Raise Money
The online campaign has raised about $813,000, though the organizers hope to gather $1 million.
Misericordia Opening West Ridge Cafe, Providing Jobs For People With Developmental Disabilities
The cafe, which will sell Misericordia's famous cookies and other treats, could open in fall 2021.
Preservationists To Look For Buyer For Historic Tennis Club In Path Of Misericordia’s Expansion
The renowned charity wants to expand its campus, but preservationists didn't want the Chicago Town & Tennis Club building lost to history.
West Ridge’s Historic Tennis Club Building Added To ‘Most Endangered’ List
Misericordia is seeking to demolish the former tennis club to build 16 homes for those with development disabilities.
Misericordia’s Expansion Plan In West Ridge Sets Off Preservation Fight
To help alleviate its long wait list, Misericordia wants to build 16 homes for people with developmental disabilities on the site of a historic former tennis club.
Soup’s On In Bridgeport, Where Top Chicago Chefs Will Dish Up Bottomless Bowls For Charity
Michelin-starred chefs and home cooks alike are making unique concoctions for the Souper Bowl’s third iteration.
Misericordia’s Unstoppable ‘Force,’ Sister Rosemary Connelly, Marks 50 Years Of Fighting For People With Disabilities
Connelly, 88, marked her milestone at the renowned organization that serves people with developmental disabilities with a grand event.
Donnie Wahlberg Superfan Gets To Meet Him And Is Given Her Own Seat (With A Plaque!) At Wahlburgers
Wahlberg told superfan Nina Santacrose he's her biggest fan, too, before giving her tickets to a New Kids on the Block concert.