Book club pick explores married priests

Dear Readers Book Club, the Cooper-Young neighborhood book club, will have their monthly gathering at the end of November. This month’s book pick is Priestdaddy by Patricia Lockwood, a memoir that retells the story of the author who grew up with a father who was a...

Food drive feeds CY neediest

November is a time to give thanks. The Cooper-Young Community Association gives thanks annually by providing for others in our community through the Suzanne Striker Memorial Food Drive. Every year, volunteers donate food to the First Congo Food Ministry. The food...

General meeting focuses on safety

As the holidays approach and the sun sets earlier and earlier, safety becomes a top priority for many. There is a spike in crime as shoppers are caught unaware while loading cars with newly-bought gifts. Restaurant goers are more focused on the fun they are having...

Cooper development draws critics

Artist rendition of the proposed development at 871 S. Cooper. Another development has made its way to Cooper-Young.  The latest is at 871 Cooper St., an abandoned machinery shop that developers plan to will be demolished and build a new mixed-use building with...

Food drive feeds CY neediest

November is a time to give thanks. The Cooper-Young Community Association gives thanks annually by providing for others in our community through the Suzanne Striker Memorial Food Drive. Every year, volunteers donate food to the First Congo Food Ministry. The food...

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