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Public Health Officials Warning E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Jimmy John’s

Public Health Officials Warning E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Jimmy John’s

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is working with local health departments, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… Read more »

State of Illinois Public Health Officials Announce New COVID-19 Case

State of Illinois Public Health Officials Announce New COVID-19 Case

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) announced that a fourth Illinois patient has tested positive for COVID-19. The tests conducted in… Read more »

Castro Looks to Expand Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

Castro Looks to Expand Care for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

A pilot program meant to provide supervision and care to adults and children with developmental disabilities will be expanded and made permanent under a measure sponsored by State Senator Cristina… Read more »

Triton College Women’s Basketball Player Bethany Baldwin Named Conference ‘Player of the Year’

Triton College Women’s Basketball Player Bethany Baldwin Named Conference ‘Player of the Year’

Triton College is proud to have women’s basketball player Bethany Baldwin voted as the 2019-2020 North Central Community College (N4C) conference Player of the Year. It has been 27 years… Read more »

Scholarship for Agriculture-Focused Students

Scholarship for Agriculture-Focused Students

The IAA Foundation will award more scholarships and research grants, thanks to the newly established Harris-Thomas endowment. As part of a planned farm gift from Jacqueline Thomas, the $1.1 million… Read more »

Attorney General Raoul Seeks Discharge for Disabled Student Loan Borrowers

Attorney General Raoul Seeks Discharge for Disabled Student Loan Borrowers

Attorney General Kwame Raoul joined a nationwide coalition in calling on the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) and the Social Security Administration (SSA) to automatically discharge federal student loans for… Read more »

Brighton Park to Construct New Community Center

Brighton Park to Construct New Community Center

By: Ashmar Mandou The Brighton Park Neighborhood Council announced their plans to construct a new multi-service community center during a press conference on Monday. The community center will become a… Read more »

Chicago to Mark 2020 Equal Pay Day on Latina Equal Pay Day

Chicago to Mark 2020 Equal Pay Day on Latina Equal Pay Day

Women still face an average wage gap of almost 20 percent, and many women of color face much larger gaps. That is why the Equal Pay Day Chicago coalition announces… Read more »

Early Voting for Presidential Primary Begins

Early Voting for Presidential Primary Begins

Early Voting for the March 17 Presidential Primary Election began on Monday, with Cook County Clerk Karen A. Yarbrough and the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners kicking things off with… Read more »

Mayor Announces New Business Signage Reform

Mayor Announces New Business Signage Reform

Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot announced the implementation of a new reform to streamline City approval for small businesses in Chicago. Starting this month, businesses that apply for a business license… Read more »