(From left) Greater Chicago Food Depository Vice President of Community Impact Nicole Robinson, Prince the Panther, Olive-Harvey College President Kimberly Hollingsworth, Cook County Sheriff's Department Special Assistant John Rosales, Olive-Harvey College Wellness Center Director Tyler Wurst, and City Colleges of Chicago Deputy Stacia Edwards stand in front of the school's new food pantry, which opened Wednesday morning.PROVIDED.

In Pullman, Olive-Harvey College Gets On-Campus Food Pantry To Help Students Facing Food Insecurity

With the opening of the Olive-Harvey pantry, 10001 S. Woodlawn Ave., all City Colleges now have free groceries available for students.

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Free Front Porch Family Portraits Offered By Photographer As People Ride Out Coronavirus Quarantine

Jackie Bravo Vicere of Irving Park started out with her neighbors, and now “People have been reaching out to me nonstop.”

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Chicago Politicians’ Zoom Call Interrupted By Porn-Streaming Hijackers

"Zoom bombing" is on the rise, the FBI has warned. On Tuesday, Chicago aldermen and state reps were the latest victims.

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Food Bank Packaging Meals For Families Affected By Coronavirus At United Center

The Greater Chicago Food Depository will also use the arena to store food to meet growing demand.