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Free Mental Health ‘First Aid’ Session Coming To Englewood Friday
Attendees will learn to form plan of action to support someone experiencing a mental health crisis or substance use problem.
Thousands Of Chicagoans Could Face Evictions Next Month. This Group Is Going Door To Door To Keep People In Their Homes
The Chicago Flats Initiative is connecting renters and homeowners to eviction- and foreclosure-prevention programs: “We don't want to see what happened in the 2008 housing crisis repeated.”
Englewood, Get Those Resumes Ready For This Virtual Job Fair
The virtual job fair returns for another event March 25. A prep session will be held Monday.
As City Boosts Development Near Public Transit, South Siders Urge Investment In Green Line — Where A Shutdown Crippled A Community
The Racine Green Line station closed 27 years ago as part of a two-year plan to renovate the aging rail line. A temporary closure became permanent and now the community is working toward revival.
Englewood Town Hall Is Back Virtually, Bringing The Neighborhood’s 5 Aldermen Together For Updates
Residents will have the opportunity to ask the aldermen questions while learning about community developments. This time, on Zoom.
Virtual Holiday Market Gives South Side Entrepreneurs A Helping Hand This Season
A concept created by a local agency is keeping small businesses alive.
Englewood Virtual Job Fair Being Held Online Thursday
Job seekers of all skill sets and experience levels are encouraged to register in advance of the Thursday event.
Amid Bitter Feud, Long-Planned Englewood Brewery Grinds To A Halt
In one corner, a brewery promising to bring economic development to Englewood. In the other, a nonprofit organization out of patience.