Articles By Troy Closson
“We do not and will not have a project at 63rd and Cottage that doesn’t have black faces working at that site," said the head of the Cook County Land Bank Authority.
The 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. event at the 63rd Street Beach House is organized by Ald. Leslie Hairston (5th).
City-Owned Land Near Obama Library In Woodlawn Should Become Thriving Commercial District, Residents Say
By next summer, the city wants to have a solid idea of what to do with commercial land it owns near 63rd Street.
Local groups will provide health workshops, free haircuts, school physicals and school supplies on site.
Residents express confusion, anger following arrest of Jim Robb, who’s sold flowers in area for decades.
The new site, housed in Kozminski Community Academy, is looking for volunteers for the upcoming school year.
The Saturday event will be Grant Crusor’s first in Woodlawn, where he hopes to establish a physical record store and coffee shop.
First Defense Legal Aid Coming To Woodlawn’s ‘Healing Village’ For Know Your Rights Resource Fair This Weekend
The free Saturday event will also offer consultations from police misconduct attorneys.
Amy Le’s second Saucy Porka restaurant will provide residents flavors inspired by Vietnam, Malaysia, Mexico and Puerto Rico.