Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
The nonprofit is inviting volunteers to decorate a 12-mile stretch of King Drive Saturday. A free concert and tree lighting ceremony will be broadcast virtually, too.
The giveaway, courtesy of the Pastors of Englewood, starts noon Saturday.
"A Tiny Ripple of Hope" chronicles the highs and lows of running a rising nonprofit organization in Chicago while Black.
A community member hopes residents will keep an eye on the tree so it isn't damaged further this holiday season.
The event kicks off the pizzeria's month-long pizza donation drive for first responders and families in need.
Chatham clothier Traphouse Chicago is collecting coats for its drive through Dec. 5, with the goal of receiving 200 new or gently used coats for those in need.
Buy from these local shops and retailers to support South Side businesses during hard times.
Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are strongly encouraged for the weekend blood drive hosted by Josephine’s Cafe, 436 E. 79th St., in Chatham.
Chicago CARES Diabetes Prevention Program offers resources and support for those struggling with Type 2 Diabetes or with a pre-diabetic diagnosis.