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The Internet Essentials program is making it so anyone who participates in at least one government assistance program can get discounted broadband in Chicago.
Groups Fighting To Find Stable Housing For Chicago Kids Get $500K From Youth Homeless Innovation FundBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
The Point At Six Corners Keeps Aldi, Adds Affordable Housing As Neighbors Urge Action In Closed-Door Meetings With Ald. Gardiner
Ald. Jim Gardiner has been meeting with residents in their homes about plans for the "big hole" at Six Corners.
Tickets are $5 and proceeds from the festival benefit the Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce.
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Happy Foods Owner Says Despite Rumors, His Grocery Stores Are Open And Not For Sale … At Least For Now
"I’m leaving the door open, but we are not closing. I’m going to be 64 years old and there’s a time. I’m working seven days a week now and don’t know how much longer I can do it,” Dale Eastman said.
The wild parrots have called Chicago home for decades, but they're only now popping up in Portage Park — and neighbors love it.
The afrofuturistic con returns with a new venue and a renewed purpose.
‘Save The Trees’ Ordinance Pushed By 2 Aldermen To Get City To Try Less-Invasive Water Main Repair Method
If the ordinance passes, the city will launch a new pilot program for cured-in-place pipe technology and put a hold on removing more trees.
After Illinois GOP Denounces ‘Jihad Squad’ Meme As Bigoted, Northwest Side Republican Group Posts It Again
A Republican group based on the city's Northwest side posted a meme after the Illinois GOP denounced it as "bigoted."
The $25 million overhaul of the Jefferson Park Blue Line stop now includes some surreal bus shelters.