A group of Chicago business and civic leaders assembled last week at McCormick Place to celebrate the Women’s Business Development Center’s 27th Annual Hall of Fame Luncheon. Diners munched on roasted chicken and watched video profiles of honorees — female business owners who built thriving enterprises with the help of the WBDC. Guest speakers like Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Laurel Bellows also sang the praises of outgoing WBDC president Hedy Ratner.
ABA president Laurel Bellows heads up the WBDC's luncheon celebration
The Bulls almost looked like a well-oiled machine in the Friday win over the Pelicans, but if they truly want to be a contender in the East they’ll need all five starters on board and aggressive. That means Williams joining the mix.
No. 4 Brother Rice’s 40-21 win at No. 12 Marist on Friday in the Pulaski Road Super Bowl wasn’t just a big rivalry win. It was a statement to the rest of the state that things may have changed.