Small Business Repair Fund Created For Damaged South Side Neighborhoods
The nonprofit Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives set up what it hopes to be a $100,000 relief fund.
Gwendolyn Brooks Grads To Gather Monday To Clean Up Damage in Roseland, Pullman
The volunteers will be available to help any business in need of assistance.
Southeast Side March Seeks Unity: ‘We’re Not Looking For Saviors, We Are The Saviors’
Friday's march streamed down Commercial Avenue from 86th to 100th streets.
Pullman Peace Walk Planned Thursday Night At Arcade Park
The walk is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at 112th and St. Lawrence Avenue.
After Vandal Smashed Old Fashioned Donuts Window, Fans Of Beloved Business Just Keep Giving Money
“To all of our patrons and friends, I am so eternally grateful to each and every one of you for hanging in here with me all these years,” owner Buritt Bulloch said.
Roseland Gets Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Site At Former Walgreens
“We want to continue with this testing," Ald. Anthony Beale (9th) said. "There are many asymptomatic people and not knowing if you have it can be scary.”
Free Masks, Coronavirus Tests Available Friday In Grand Crossing Parking Lot
The mobile testing site at 7522 S. Greenwood Ave. is coordinated by New Life Covenant Church Southeast, Howard Brown Health and Ald. Michelle Harris.
Free Face Coverings To Be Given To 10th Ward Residents Friday In Lakefront’s Calumet Park
Between 10,000 and 12,000 masks will be handed out to 10th Ward residents at 11 a.m. Friday until at Calumet Park, 9801 S. Avenue G.
6,000 Free Masks To Be Handed Out Noon Sunday At Pullman Community Center
The masks are for 9th Ward residents only. Each person can pick up two masks Sunday.
Roseland Hospital Coronavirus Workers Get Hot Meals From Lexington Betty, Majani
And when hospital CEO Tim Egan put out a call last week for meal donations for health care workers on the front lines and patients, the Pullman restaurants answered it.
Pullman Community Center Closed Temporarily, Will Follow CPS Guidance On When To Reopen
Since its grand opening in 2018, the Community Center at 10355 S. Woodlawn Ave. has become a key part of recreation and team practices in the area
With Sales Down 80 Percent, New Lexington Betty Smokehouse Delivered Free Food To Cops, Polling Place
Dominique Leach is transitioning her new smokehouse in Pullman to delivery, offering family specials.
Khleo Morris’ Art, Which Highlights Icons With Color And Contrast, On Display In Pullman
For Morris, wood is the perfect canvas to “represent the beauty in our own imperfections."
Building A Network Of Block Clubs In Chicago, One Block And One Captain At A Time
At a ceremony in Washington Heights on Saturday, 56 new block club captains were sworn in by Illinois Supreme Court Justice P. Scott Neville.
Laine’s Bake Shop Closing In Pullman’s One Eleven Food Hall This Week
Laine's will continue its wholesale operation and plans to open a new production space and small bakery in Woodlawn this spring.
Pullman National Monument Marks 5 Years With High Hopes For Neighborhood Rebirth
Restoration work within the Pullman historic district marches on as the area hits a milestone.
The Wild West’s Black Cowboys Remembered At Pullman’s Black History Month Event Sunday
The Pullman National Monument will host an event honoring Black Cowboys.
‘Down Our Own Streets’: Roseland’s Role In Underground Railroad Detailed In Sunday Presentation
A free talk with be given at 3 p.m. Sunday at The Pullman National Monument Visitor Center, 11141 S. Cottage Grove.
Work To Begin On Visitors Center In Pullman’s Historical Clock Tower
The National Park Service, which is leading the project, hopes to complete the visitors center by spring 2021. It just awarded a $5.8 million contract for the work.
Lexington Betty Smokehouse Opens In Pullman Food Hall As Neighborhood Pushes For More Businesses
“We talk about what we don’t have, but we need to start bragging about what we do have, and that is a new smokehouse in the 9th Ward," Ald. Anthony Beale said.