Anthony Rizzo And 7-Year-Old Cancer Patient Team Up To Create Holiday CardJack Higgins was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia three years ago. While undergoing treatment, Advocate Children’s Hospital in Oak Lawn asked Higgns to design a holiday card with Rizzo.
Golden Weekend For Salvation Army In ChicagolandThousands of dollars worth of gold coins were left in Salvation Army red kettles in the Chicago area this weekend.
Jewel-Osco Owner Agrees To Buy Rite-Aid PharmaciesThe deal will create a new company with about $83 billion in annual sales, and 4,900 stores nationwide.
Grocery Items To Stock Up On Ahead Of A SnowstormJewel-Osco President Doug Cygan said there are certain items that people in the Chicago-area usually stock up on when there's a big winter storm.
Jewel Donates $1M To Chance The Rapper's Social Works CharityJewel-Osco presented Chance the Rapper's Social Works organization with a $1 million check to benefit CPS.
Supermarket Employee Shuts Down Senior ScamWhen an 85-year-old man came in for a $2,400 money gram Tuesday, a Jewel Osco employee immediately caught on. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Ben Zobrist, Third Chicago Cub To Release His Own Cereal“Zorilla Crunch" launched Monday exclusively at Jewel-Osco stores in the Chicago area and online at PLB Sports.
David Ross Joins Anthony Rizzo In Launching His Own CerealFirst he was a baseball player, then he was a dancing star. Now retired Cubs catcher David Ross is launching his own breakfast cereal.
Jewel-Osco To Open New Grocery Store In WoodlawnJewel-Osco has announced plans for a bright new grocery store and drive-through pharmacy in the Woodlawn neighborhood.
City Hosts Free Reusable Bag Giveaway Ahead Of New Bag TaxMayor Rahm Emanuel announced Friday a partnership with Jewel-Osco, Mariano’s, Target and Whole Foods to provide Chicago residents free, reusable bags ahead of the Chicago Checkout Bag Tax.
Michael Jordan Settles With Dominicks, JewelNearly six years after the Chicago Bulls great sued the Jewel-Osco and Dominick’s grocery chains over a pair of congratulatory ads that used his name in a 2009 limited-edition issue of Sports Illustrated, Jordan has settled both cases and promised to hand the money over to local charities, his adviser said.