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Community Projects Offered Helping Hand Through ComEd Competitive Grant Program

Community Projects Offered Helping Hand Through ComEd Competitive Grant Program

To help support local communities in their efforts to protect the environment, enhance public safety and increase access to the arts, ComEd again offers grants up to $10,000 to municipal… Read more »

City Nominates New CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority

City Nominates New CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot announced the nomination of Tracey Scott to serve as CEO of the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA).  As CEO, Scott will leverage her more than two decades of… Read more »

Illinois Department of Human Services Launches LetsTalkCannabisIL.com

Illinois Department of Human Services Launches LetsTalkCannabisIL.com

The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) announced the launch of a statewide public awareness campaign and website that provide go-to resources for health and safety information about legal cannabis… Read more »

Resurrection University Open House

Resurrection University Open House

On March 21st, Resurrection University will host an open house from 10a.m., to 1p.m., for those interested in a career in health sciences. Save the date and take the first… Read more »

Peters Moves to Help Foster Youth Apply for College Financial Aid

Peters Moves to Help Foster Youth Apply for College Financial Aid

State Senator Robert Peters (D-Chicago) advanced a bill that would help youth in foster care apply for college financial aid. “The state needs to be proactive at helping foster kids… Read more »

Chicago Public Schools Officials Announce New Presumptive Positive Case of Coronavirus

Chicago Public Schools Officials Announce New Presumptive Positive Case of Coronavirus

Officials from Chicago Public Schools (CPS) and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced a new presumptive positive case of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The patient is a Chicago… Read more »

Chicago Area Project Celebrates 86 Years of Building Safe and Sustainable Communities

Chicago Area Project Celebrates 86 Years of Building Safe and Sustainable Communities

Eighty-Six years of Building Safe and Sustainable Communities was the theme of the Chicago Area Project’s (CAP) 86th Anniversary Celebration and Awards Reception held on February 20, 2020 at Malcolm X… Read more »

Boost Your Immunity

Boost Your Immunity

There are a number of ways you can boost your immune system this winter, especially with rising incidences of coronavirus cases. You should also to choose one that has the… Read more »

Public Health Officials Provide COVID-19 Updates

Public Health Officials Provide COVID-19 Updates

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced a new case of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Chicago and provided ongoing guidance… Read more »

Clarity Clinic: Coronavirus Fears and What You Can Do to Calm Them

Clarity Clinic: Coronavirus Fears and What You Can Do to Calm Them

As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the world, so does the fear. Here in the United States, people are rushing to buy supplies. Face masks, hand sanitizer, toiletries and… Read more »