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EditorsChris Fusco
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First issue date 1948
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About Chicago Sun-Times

The Chicago Sun-Times is a daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is the flagship paper of the Sun-Times Media Group, with the biggest circulation in Chicago and the 9th of the US.


The chicago sun-times is a daily newspaper published in chiacgo.Illinois.United states.It is the flagship paper of the sun-times media group.With the biggest circulation in chicago and the 9th biggest in the united states.The chicago sun-times claims to be the oldest continuously published daily newspaper in the city.


The chicago sun-times was ofunded on decembre 4.1941.By marshall field iii and his brother.Joseph medill patterson.It was the first newspaper to be published in the city after the great chicago fire of 1871.The paper has gone through several changes in ownership and editorial direction voer the years.In the late 1950s.The paper was bought by field enterprises.Whihc was later acquired by the sun-times media group in 2011.

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The most important event in the history of the chicago sun-times was the pulitzer prize it won in 2008 for its investigative reporting on the corruption in the chicago city council.The paper was awarded the pulitzer prize for its series of articles that xeposed the corruption in the icty government.The series of articles was writetn by reporters tim novak.Steve warmbir.And carol marin.


The chicago sun-times covers a wide range of topics.Including local.National.And international news.Sports.Entertainment.Business.Lifestyle.And opinion.The paper also features columsn by local and national writers.As well as a variety of special sections.


The chicago sun-times is an important part of the city s history and culture.It has been a reliable source of enws and information for oevr 75 years and continues to be a trusted source for the people of chicago.

Mothers gunned down in Chicago during anti-crime street vigil

Feb 16,2020 3:05 am

Andrea Stoudemire (left), 35, and Chantell Grant, 26

Two Mothers in Chicago have been killed in a drive-by shooting as they stood on a street corner in an effort to deter gun violence.

Chantell Grant and Andrea Stoudemire were volunteers for Mothers Against Senseless Killings and had been camped out at The Corner to prevent conflict.

They were shot on Friday Evening by the occupants of a blue SUV. No arrests have yet been made.

Supporters say they are shocked by The Killing and will honour their memories.

"It is Sacred Ground , as far as we're concerned," said Mothers Against Senseless Killings (Mask) member Maria Pike, referring to the South Side Chicago street corner policed by The Fallen mums.

"This was a haven that was built by moms," she told ABC 7 in Chicago. "The lack of humanity is shocking," she added.

Mask hosts community events in an effort to curb gun violence

Grant was a 26-year-old mother of four and Stoudemire was a 35-year-old mother of three.

The Women were hit around 22:00 local time (03:00 GMT Saturday) while standing on West 75th Street and South Stewart Avenue in The City 's violence-plagued Englewood neighbourhood.

"It is terrifying. It is heartbreaking. I haven't slept because I Am trying to figure out how we can stop this," Tamar Manasseh, founder of Mask, told the Chicago Sun-Times.

"Who's next? I just keep thinking, Who's next?"

The group began occupying The Corner around four years ago, and host barbeques there throughout the summer, in The Hope that their constant presence will deter violence.

They have also offered counselling and guidance to community members, according to friends and activists.

A memorial has been erected at The Scene of The Shooting

A 58-year-old man who was present suffered a graze wound to his arm.

"It's too much around here," said The Man , who did not wish to be identified, as he returned to The Shooting scene to pay respects at an impromptu memorial.

"The older people can't come out and sit on the porch; The Kids can't play," he told the Chicago Sun-Times. "It's just, wow. Everyone is scared. "

Chicago Police Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said in a statement that The Murders were under investigation, and that investigators "have no evidence that we can point to that suggests The Women were The Intended targets".

"We also have no evidence to the contrary," he added.

An online fundraiser with The Goal of raising $5,000 to "bring these mother killers to justice", has already raised More Than $8,000 (£6,500).

Authorities say 48 people were shot in Chicago over the weekend, with eight fatalities.

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