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Humboldt Park da la Bienvenida a Nuevo Programa de Incubadora de Empresas

Humboldt Park da la Bienvenida a Nuevo Programa de Incubadora de Empresas

La comunidad de Humboldt Park pronto dará la bienvenida a un nuevo programa comercial designado a ayudar a los aspirantes a empresarios y empresarios actuales a triunfar. ¡Wepa! Mercado del… Read more »

Castro excited for new role as Chair of Executive Committee

Castro excited for new role as Chair of Executive Committee

The Senate Executive Committee for the 102nd General Assembly will have new leadership, as State Senator Cristina Castro (D-Elgin) was announced as its Chair. “I am honored to have been… Read more »

Chicago Prepares for 2021 Meetings Return

Chicago Prepares for 2021 Meetings Return

In collaboration with the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority (MPEA), Choose Chicago is proud to launch Phase 1 of Healthy Meetings Chicago, a digital platform currently available for viewing on… Read more »

Illinois Marks Worst Year for Jobs in 2020

Illinois Marks Worst Year for Jobs in 2020

Illinois saw its worst year for jobs on record, according to analysis from the Illinois Policy Institute. Recent data shows Illinois lost 423,300 jobs in total from December 2019 to… Read more »

CTA, CPS Announce Scholarship Fund

CTA, CPS Announce Scholarship Fund

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) on Monday announced that new applications are now being accepted for the “CTA Elevating Futures Scholarship Fund”, an innovative program… Read more »

Study the Art of Puppetry this Winter

Study the Art of Puppetry this Winter

This winter is the perfect time to stay inside, dive into live, hands-on puppetry workshops and make something extraordinary. That’s why, due to popular demand, the Chicago International Puppet Theater… Read more »

CPS Announces Labor Agreement for Local 399 School Building Engineers

CPS Announces Labor Agreement for Local 399 School Building Engineers

Chicago Public Schools and the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 399 announced a new three-year labor agreement between the Union and CPS’s facility management companies that ensures stable,… Read more »

City Announces New Equity Plan in Vaccine Distribution

City Announces New Equity Plan in Vaccine Distribution

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH), alongside elected officials and community partners, announced new initiatives to address racial equity in the COVID-19 response and vaccine distribution, with early data… Read more »

Cook County to Open First of Several Large Vaccination Sites

Cook County to Open First of Several Large Vaccination Sites

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Cook County Health CEO Israel Rocha were joined by Governor J.B. Prtizker to announce that the Tinley Park Convention Center will serve as… Read more »

Loretto Hospital Begins Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

Loretto Hospital Begins Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

The Loretto Hospital in Chicago’s Austin neighborhood began administering Phase 1B COVID-19 vaccines to eligible community members. This includes individuals age 65 and older, and frontline essential workers, such as… Read more »