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$12 million in Affordable Housing Coming to Humboldt Park: 40 Jobs to Be Created and Historic Murals to Be Preserved
Chicago, IL – 1400 N. Washtenaw: on April 20, 2012 at 10 am, community residents and prominent leaders will gather to celebrate the groundbreaking of Borinquen Bella, a $11.7 million…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MetroBoard Night Out at Le Fleur de Lis – Raising Funds for Community Projects Chicago, IL, January 9, 2012– The Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League…
Historic north side church at center of preservation effort is only Chicago finalist in This Place Matters Challenge
CHICAGO (June 2, 2011)—An historic 127-year-old church and community center once at risk of closure is Chicago’s only finalist in the national This Place Matters competition, a program of the…
Suzuki-Orff Names New Executive Director – Respected educator will enhance community connections, enhance mission
Respected music educator Katya Nuques will become executive director of the Suzuki-Orff School of Music, further strengthening the ties to Chicago Public Schools and to state, local and private foundations…
The Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce welcomes Aurora Mayor Thomas J. Weisner for the state of the city address at 11:30 a.m.
Lincoln Land Community College will host a Campus Visit Day from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 27, and an open house from 5 to 7 p.m.
SACATON, Ariz. — The bus that rolled over on a busy interstate outside Phoenix, killing six people and leaving 16 others injured early Friday, was operating illegally, federal transportation officials said.
The Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is the most celebrated event of the year in Chinese culture. To celebrate the Year of Tiger, the Chicago Northwest Suburban Chinese School (CNSCS) held its annual New Year Celebration and Performance Feb.
Gary Bitler, who has risen through the ranks in a 30-year career, has been named police chief in Round Lake Beach. Mayor Richard Hill on Thursday announced the appointment of Bitler, who has served as interim chief since last September, with the departure of Doug Larsson.
Just days into the new budget year, Mayor Tim Davlin says he plans to provide Springfield residents with monthly updates on the city’s financial state. Davlin said the updates will let residents track all the city’s revenues, from property taxes to sales taxes, dating back four or five years.