A student volunteer helps a patron at Kennedy-King College's new food pantry.Jamie Nesbitt Golden/Block Club Chicago

Students Who Lack Access To Food, Housing Face Uphill Battle, A New Food Pantry At Kennedy King College Aims To Empower Them

City Colleges of Chicago has been rolling out food pantries across the city. At Kennedy King in Englewood, the new pantry has already helped dozens of students.

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With Less Than A Week Before Strike, Chicago Sweetens Offer To Teachers; Union Calls It ‘Insulting’

“We have bent over backwards to meet CTU’s concerns," the mayor's office said in a statement. But the CTU called the offer "inequitable."

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Chicago Restaurant Manager Was Notorious For Abusing Women, Staff — And Hospitality Group Did Nothing For Years, Victims Say

Multiple victims say Josh Schatan, a former manager at Cochon Volant, was notorious for abusing women and staff — and WellDone Hospitality Group fired a man who spoke out.

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100 Percent Affordable Housing Development For Seniors Proposed For Albany Park

Developers are looking at turning the empty lot across the street from the Albany Park (17th) police district into senior housing.