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Englewood Students Can Get Money For College Thanks To New Scholarships
The Samaiya Butler HBCU scholarship and the Neighbor Re-Up scholarship will award two graduating seniors $1,000 for their college education. The deadline to apply is July 30.
As Deadline Nears For Winning Englewood Square Proposal, Residents Want More Transparency From City Leaders
While some are excited about developments planned for West Englewood, they fear they'll be left out of the more important decisions.
After Two Years Of Work, Englewood Leaders Unveiling First ‘Buy The Block’ Renovated Home In Community Reveal
"Home for the Holiday" will give viewers a sneak peek at the renovated $199,000 two-flat, a two-year labor of love for the Englewood Development Group.
Shuttered Englewood School Will Get New Life As Hub To Help Formerly Incarcerated People
Woods Elementary, closed in 2013, will become "The Regenerator," an innovation hub, upcycling lab and garden with job training for people living in dorms on site.
New Little Free Library In Englewood Honors Neighborhood Group R.A.G.E.
"People have been meeting new neighbors, forming friendships. ... The boxes bring people together.
Free Diapers Offered In Englewood Saturday Afternoon
Diapers and wipes will be available until supplies last at ALT Market, 6600 S. Halsted Ave.
In Englewood, A Push To Empower Residents By Turning Renters Into Homeowners
The Englewood Development Group's first renovation project — part of a Buy The Block initiative — is finished and market-ready.
Englewood Cleanup Event Planned For Saturday
Volunteers will also have the opportunity to learn about jobs, grants and other resources available to them.
Get Free Swag When You Fill Out The Census In Englewood Tuesday
The Census in the Ward event is noon-3 p.m. Tuesday at the southwest corner of 63rd and Halsted streets.
10 Black Women and Queer Activists Working To Change Chicago
These organizers are supporting protesters fighting for Black lives and providing relief to communities impacted by looting and coronavirus.
Englewood Residents Can Win $50 For Making A Census Video To Boost Participation
The "So Fresh Video Contest" is being held by the Residents Association of Greater Englewood, also known as R.A.G.E.
How One Family Escaped The Fire That Destroyed Auburn Gresham Food Mart: ‘Dad, Somebody’s Stuff Must Be On Fire’
So Fresh Saturdays emcee Mario Lemar may have lost his home, but his community still has his back.
Englewood Neighborhood Group Reaches Out To Help Residents Impacted By Coronavirus
Resident Association of Greater Englewood is helping neighbors get help with childcare, mental health resources and rent support.
Englewood Fresh Market Will Bring Locally Sourced Produce And Ready-To-Eat Meals To 63rd Street
The new market is the first in a series of projects that aim to return the once-thriving retail strip to its former glory.
Englewood Safety Project ‘T.I.M.E. 21:36’ Looking For Volunteers To Get Involved
T.I.M.E. is an acronym for This Is My Englewood. The "21:36" blends the area's 60621 and 60636 zip codes.
Hundreds Come Out For ‘Jobs On The Block’ Fair In Englewood
Prepared with resumes and smiles, Englewood residents were ready to work.
Are You An Englewood Resident Looking For A Job? This Wednesday Job Fair Is For You
Starbucks, Amazon, AT&T, FedEx and St. Bernard's Hospital are among the 30 companies that have signed on so far.
Are You Young, Fresh And New? The ‘So Fresh Saturday Tour’ Wants You
The seventh annual local tour is looking for artists who can keep it clean.