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Walmart to Host Wellness Day

Walmart to Host Wellness Day

As a new school year approaches, Walmart is inviting its communities to get healthy at Walmart Wellness Day on Saturday, July 23. The quarterly event will take place in more… Read more »

Friend Family Health Center Announces Grand Opening of Woodlawn Health Center

Friend Family Health Center Announces Grand Opening of Woodlawn Health Center

Friend Family Health Center (Friend Health) announced the grand opening on July 8th of a new Health Center in the Woodlawn neighborhood, located in the 20th Ward on Chicago’s South… Read more »

Health Care Coverage for Immigrant Adults Expands to Include those Aged 42 and Up

Health Care Coverage for Immigrant Adults Expands to Include those Aged 42 and Up

The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services is expanding the Health Benefits for Immigrant Adults program to now provide health care coverage to undocumented immigrant adults and certain legal… Read more »

Triton College Offering Ice Cream and Cold Summer Treats Culinary Class

Triton College Offering Ice Cream and Cold Summer Treats Culinary Class

Triton College will be offering Ice Cream and Cold Summer Treats (HIA C24) on Thursday, July 21, 4:30-7:30 p.m. The class will be held in the B Building, Room B-200…. Read more »

CPS Kicks Off Annual Back-to-School Bashes to Celebrate the Upcoming School Year

CPS Kicks Off Annual Back-to-School Bashes to Celebrate the Upcoming School Year

Chicago Public Schools (CPS) on Friday will kick off its annual Back-to-School Bashes at 10 locations across the city for students and families to connect with their school communities and… Read more »

Treasurer Pappas: Ramifications of Redlining from the Great Depression Still Felt Today

Treasurer Pappas: Ramifications of Redlining from the Great Depression Still Felt Today

A study by the Cook County Treasurer’s Office finds that government-sanctioned, racist housing policies dating back 80 years continue to harm lower-income, mostly minority communities throughout the county. The bulk… Read more »

Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, Fiesta Del Sol Partner with Chicago Fire Football Club

Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, Fiesta Del Sol Partner with Chicago Fire Football Club

Pilsen Neighbors Community Council, organizers of the largest Latino festival of its kind in the country Fiesta Del Sol, proudly announce our partnership with Chicago Fire FC. As the new… Read more »

Illinois Coalition for Independent Work Announces New Community Partners

Illinois Coalition for Independent Work Announces New Community Partners

The Illinois Coalition for Independent Work (ICIW) is welcoming six new community, advocacy, and racial equity organizations to further the coalition’s mission of supporting flexibility and independence for app-based drivers… Read more »

Cook County’s Law Library Offers Free Computer Access for Residents to Attend Virtual Court Appearances

Cook County’s Law Library Offers Free Computer Access for Residents to Attend Virtual Court Appearances

Residents who don’t have internet access can now attend virtual court appearances from the Cook County Law Library. The library is offering residents free computer access to attend virtual court… Read more »

Hispanic-Latinos Fuel Chicago’s Economy

Hispanic-Latinos Fuel Chicago’s Economy

The large and rapidly growing economic contributions of Hispanic-Latino residents in the Chicago metro area are driven by rapid gains in human capital, a strong work ethic, and a positive… Read more »