Money raised for the C-U Kiwanis Tom Jones Challenger League at a concert tonight at 51 Main will go toward scholarships and uniforms. Better yet, organizers would like to buy a plaque and engrave names of players who have passed away.

Members will pick up Tuesday where they left off May 29, when city officials gave them three options to fund about $4.1 million to $5.6 million worth of recurring needs, including fire department staffing, public safety and community wellness initiatives, and major infrastructure projects.

In part, the new federal rules don’t allow medical professionals who work at clinics that accept Title X grant money to 'perform, promote, or support' abortion procedures; mandate there be a 'physical and financial separation' between clinics that provide abortion; and promote 'family participating in family-planning decisions,' especially in cases of minors seeking health care.

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This week’s Mailbag features history, roads, the University of Illinois Observatory, county fair rules on backpacks, the restored bandshell at West Side Park, the timing of yellow lights and an update on a murder case.

In our weekly feature spotlighting area religious leaders, staff writer Tim Mitchell chats with the Rev. SEAN FERRELL, rector of the Chapel of St. John the Divine on the UI campus, about his recent pilgrimage to Europe complete the 550-mile Camino de Santiago de Compostela by foot.

Giorgi Bezhanishvili had a simple message for the elbow-to-elbow crowd packed into the Park Grill Plaza at Millennium Park: There’s no such thing as a bad dancer

In part, the new federal rules don’t allow medical professionals who work at clinics that accept Title X grant money to 'perform, promote, or support' abortion procedures; mandate there be a 'physical and financial separation' between clinics that provide abortion; and promote 'family participating in family-planning decisions,' especially in cases of minors seeking health care.