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Access to Capital Workshop Set to Help Local Small Businesses Grow

Access to Capital Workshop Set to Help Local Small Businesses Grow

Recognizing the need for small businesses to have the resources to expand and compete in the marketplace, the Little Village Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the U.S. Small Business… Read more »

City Officials Announce HUD Disaster Recovery Funding For Chicago Area

City Officials Announce HUD Disaster Recovery Funding For Chicago Area

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL), Illinois Governor Pat Quinn, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced that the Chicago area has been awarded a total… Read more »

AT&T to Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab® 4 8.0, Starting July 15 for $50 off with Smartphone Bundle

AT&T to Offer Samsung Galaxy Tab® 4 8.0, Starting July 15 for $50 off with Smartphone Bundle

By: Will Cunningham, Director of Product Marketing, AT&T Summer is officially in full swing, and now is the perfect time for a vacation. But with a long road trip or… Read more »

Community Leaders Protest Herbalife

Community Leaders Protest Herbalife

By: Ashmar Mandou Community leaders organized a protest Tuesday morning to bring attention to Herbalife Inc. and the filed complaints against them claiming financial losses due to ‘Herbalife’s predatory pyramid… Read more »

Regional Transit System Offers Variety of Accessibility Features

Regional Transit System Offers Variety of Accessibility Features

The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) joins the more than 37 million Americans with disabilities in celebrating the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The law signed by President… Read more »

Emanuel, Chicago Park District Open Three New Playgrounds

Emanuel, Chicago Park District Open Three New Playgrounds

Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago Park District General Superintendent Michael P. Kelly, Alderman Latasha Thomas, Alderman Ray Suarez, Alderman Joe Moreno and community members celebrated the opening of three new playgrounds… Read more »

Feeding Chicago’s Children

Feeding Chicago’s Children

By: Ashmar Mandou Free summer meals are being made available to feed Chicago’s hungry children with the help of Catholic Charities program Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). According to Catholic… Read more »

Illinois Lottery Rocks Chicago River

Illinois Lottery Rocks Chicago River

The Illinois Lottery rocked out on the Chicago River in celebration of its newest melodically inspired instant game, Anything’s Possible Music Series. Lottery fans were greeted with tunes from a… Read more »

“Chicago Food Trucks Have Gone to the Dogs… Bark Appetit!”

“Chicago Food Trucks Have Gone to the Dogs… Bark Appetit!”

Building on the massively popular Chicago food truck trend, Milo’s Kitchen brand dog treats is launching Chicago’s first mobile food experience for dogs and their pet parents. With planned stops… Read more »

Little Mexico Film Festival Coming

Little Mexico Film Festival Coming

In a city thriving with both movie and Latino culture, the third annual Little Mexico Film Festival (LiMe) – set for August 16th in Pilsen – stands apart from other… Read more »