Neighborhood Network Alliance
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
What Do South Shore Neighbors Want For Their Community? A New Quality Of Life Plan Is The Roadmap
The plan has been two years in the making, the result of the community coming together "to collectively envision what this new South Shore is going to look like," artist Dorian Sylvain said.
Renters, Condo Owners Need Help In South Shore’s Housing Market, New Research Finds
The South Shore Housing Data Project, which includes suggestions on how residents can influence local economic development, will be unveiled this weekend at a housing fair.
South Shore Residents Will ‘Activate The South Coast’ With Art Fair, Park Cleanup And More Saturday
A day of art and community in Hasan Park is the first event in a community project to give "a new energy" to Southeast Side public spaces.
With Limited Internet Access, Elderly Chicagoans Struggle To Get Vaccinated — Even With ‘A Village’ Of Relatives Helping Them
Liz King, who lives in South Carolina, said her multi-state struggle to find a vaccination appointment for her elderly loved one left her concerned older Chicagoans are being "discounted, ignored and set aside in the whole vaccination shuffle."
South Shore Neighbors Launch Mutual Aid Effort To Shovel Snow, Deliver Food To People In Need
Volunteers are needed to deliver food, answer the South Shore Blizzard Dig-Out hotline and to coordinate snow shoveling.
What Is Causing Chicago’s Digital Divides? Professors Lead Pilot On South, West Sides To Find Out
Gaps in internet access often reflect decades of disinvestment, University of Chicago researchers said. They're gathering data to better understand residents' internet needs in South Shore, North Lawndale and Englewood.
How’s Your Internet, South Shore? Residents Asked To Weigh In As Organizers Work To Bridge ‘Digital Divide’
Two of Chicago's top 10 census tracts with the most households in need of broadband internet access are in South Shore.
Share Your South Shore Stories At A Community Chat Wednesday
Historian John Mark Hansen will join longtime resident Barbara Jackson Lee for a virtual chat about South Shore's storied past at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Grocery Store That Helped Solve South Shore’s Food Desert Problem Reopens After Neighbors Clean Up From Looting
Dozens helped clean up Local Market, which opened last year after the area went without a grocery store for six years. "This is a food safety initiative for us," one leader said.
South Siders, Undeterred By Continued Unrest, Mobilize To Clean Up Weekend Damage
Organizers and volunteers urged residents to stop the destruction and not lose sight of the protests' ultimate goal: Ending the violent overpolicing of Black people.
South Shore Cleanup From Looting Starts Monday Morning: ‘It Is Imperative We Do Not Decimate Our Own Communities’
Neighborhood groups have organized a cleanup along 71st Street after storefronts were looted and damaged.
Coronavirus Forces South Side Block Clubs To Go Virtual, Overcoming ‘Digital Divide’ For Older Residents
"Our goal is ... to find creative ways to get the elders more comfortable with digital organizing, versus what they’re accustomed to — which we won't be able to do for a long time."
South Shore’s New ‘Walk, Stroll And Talk’ Program Has A Simple Approach: Get Out And Meet Your Neighbors
The Neighborhood Network Alliance is helping residents connect as they face a turning point in South Shore's history.