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Yearly Archives: 2019

ComEd Inspires Future STEM Leaders During Black History Month

ComEd Inspires Future STEM Leaders During Black History Month

ComEd is launching its fourth-annual Solar Spotlight program to expose African-American high school students to opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) as part of its… Read more »

New Investments Underway for CCC

New Investments Underway for CCC

By: Ashmar Mandou Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined JPMorgan Chase, Salesforce.org, The Joyce Foundation, The Chicago Community Trust, Pritzker Traubert Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Aon, and Accenture to launch Apprenticeship 2020, a… Read more »

Solis Resigns as Chairman from Zoning Committee

Solis Resigns as Chairman from Zoning Committee

By: Ashmar Mandou Embattled Alderman Danny Solis (25th) resigned Tuesday as chairman of the City Council’s Zoning Committee amid reports he secretly recorded Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan and Alderman… Read more »

Mayoral Candidate Toni Preckwinkle Releases LGBTQ Platform

Mayoral Candidate Toni Preckwinkle Releases LGBTQ Platform

Mayoral candidate Toni Preckwinkle announces the release of her LGBTQ platform that focuses on justice and inclusion for transgender Chicagoans, equity for all LGBTQ people in every neighborhood, and investing… Read more »

North Lawndale Studios to Film Netflix, Amazon Shows

North Lawndale Studios to Film Netflix, Amazon Shows

Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, a 1.45 million-square foot studio in Chicago’s West Side neighborhood, has signed contracts with Amazon Studios and Netflix for two upcoming television series, titled “Utopia” and… Read more »

City Introduces Ordinance to Update Rules, Requirements for Maxwell Street Market

City Introduces Ordinance to Update Rules, Requirements for Maxwell Street Market

Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced an ordinance last week to update the rules and requirements for the Maxwell Street Market, which will allow for more flexibility and clarity for vendors across… Read more »

Hilario Dominguez Reiterates Call for Solis to Resign

Hilario Dominguez Reiterates Call for Solis to Resign

Hilario Dominguez, progressive candidate for 25th Ward Alderman, is reiterating his call on Alderman Danny Solis to resign in response to the latest report from the Chicago Sun-Times, outlining Solis’… Read more »

How to Talk Money with Your Valentine

How to Talk Money with Your Valentine

Relationship experts champion communication as the key to happy couplehood. This advice is especially true with money matters.  For couples celebrating their first Valentine’s Day or their 50th, getting on… Read more »

El Primer Pago de Impuesto Predial Vence el 1º de Marzo

El Primer Pago de Impuesto Predial Vence el 1º de Marzo

El primer pago de impuesto predial para el año fiscal 2018 fue enviado el 28 de enero, de acuerdo a Emilio “Emo” Cundari, Asesor del Municipio de Cicero. “Los impuestos… Read more »

Peoples Gas y North Shore Gas se Preparan Para el Clima Severo y la Seguridad del Cliente

Peoples Gas y North Shore Gas se Preparan Para el Clima Severo y la Seguridad del Cliente

Un pronóstico local predice mucha nieve, aumentando las temperaturas frías y el factor del viento a grados bajo cero esta semana y Peoples Gas y North Shore Gas vigilan muy… Read more »