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Ukrainian Leaders In Chicago Say Sanctions Against Russia Not Enough To Deter Putin
"As we speak today, people are dying. Our cities are being destroyed. And we need to act now," a Ukrainian business leader said. A rally in support of Ukraine is planned for Sunday afternoon in Ukrainian Village.
Plans To Protect Chicago’s Shoreline, Block Asian Carp From The Great Lakes Receive Millions In Federal Funding
High lake levels, flooding and erosion in recent years are "a forewarning of what's to come without swift [and] decisive action" to protect the lakefront, Rep. Bobby Rush said Thursday.
Feds Will Study If Pollution From Site Of Planned Southeast Side Metal Scrapper Poses Health Hazards To Neighbors
A federal health agency will review the health impacts of two scrappers operating where Southside Recycling seeks to open.
Bronzeville Church That Held Emmett Till’s Funeral Would Become National Historic Site Under Durbin-Duckworth Bill
Mamie Till-Mobley showed the world her son's brutalized body at Roberts Temple Church of God in Christ in Bronzeville. Senators want to preserve the building by placing it in the care of the National Park Service.
Feds Asked To Test Air Pollution At Site Of Planned Southeast Side Metal Scrapper
Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth and Reps. Robin Kelly and Jesús "Chuy" García want the feds to test the two recycling facilities operating where Southside Recycling is trying to open.
Bronzeville Post Office Improving, Alderman Says, But Struggles Remain
Ald. Sophia King (4th) said she will raise the neighborhood's mail issues with Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) Monday, as they likely stem from the United States Postal Service's lack of resources.
South Side Hospitals Team Up To Help Victims Of Violence Recover — Even After Their Physical Wounds Heal
Half of the victims of violent crime discharged from the hospital usually return within five years. This program aims to change that.