West Side Boxing Club Giving Out Produce, Groceries To Families Sunday: ‘We Want To Run This Indefinitely’
The organization's next food drive is set for noon - 4 p.m. Sunday at the former home of Mission of Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1345 N. Karlov Ave
Lincoln Avenue will be closed between Wrightwood and Fullerton Avenues 3 p.m. Saturdays-2 a.m. Mondays as part of the Feast of Lincoln event.
As The City Recovers From Coronavirus, Mayor Urges Business Leaders To Support Black And Brown Youth
"If we do this right ... this will be the kind of transformation that generations from now will be talking about as the second Chicago renaissance," Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
People can buy tickets online starting July 9. Illinois first responders, teachers and health care workers will have free admission July 24-Aug. 9.
Each of the 1,000 safety kits is packed with two masks, hand sanitizer and five pairs of latex gloves.
The number of confirmed cases was up 60 percent just since Tuesday, when there were only 587 new cases reported.
In total, Illinois-based schools or charter groups will receive at least $5 million from the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
The pop-up facility in Englewood was one of six sites that opened in May to track how the virus was moving through Chicago.
Hyde Park Neighborhood Club Joins Resident-Led Food Programs To Feed More Families, Frontline Workers
Two initiatives started by Hyde Parkers — the Kenwood Food Project and Feeding Frontliners — have joined forces and gained the backing of the neighborhood nonprofit.
The Brave Space Alliance is looking for two full-time program coordinators to oversee the South Side LGBTQ center's mutual aid groups and crisis pantry.