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Englewood Launching Its First Annual Music Festival Saturday: ‘This Is Our Time’
The all-day party kicks off Sept. 18 at 63rd and Halsted: "This is your chance to see how Englewood does it in true style, fashion and swag."
As Chicago Considers Reparations For Descendants Of Enslaved People, Aldermen Learn From Evanston’s Groundbreaking Program
In Evanston, longtime residents and their families who are descendants of enslaved people can get $50,000 per household to buy or fix up a home.
Business Hubs, Housing And Public Plazas: Developers Make Their Pitches For 2nd Phase Of Englewood Square
Four proposals center around repurposing the former firehouse near 63rd and Halsted. Residents can share feedback on the proposals through online surveys until Thursday.
Englewood Aldermen Commend Neighbors For Stepping Up To Help Amid Carjacking Surge
Local businessmen and volunteers are stepping up to stand watch at neighborhood gas stations as part of "Operation Safe Pump."
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.
Young Victims Of Gun Violence To Be Mourned At ‘Gone, Too Soon’ Tribute Saturday
Community members are invited to share poetry, songs and other creative expressions to remember the lives of Chicago children lost to gun violence.
Ogden Park’s New Football Field And Track Is Ready For Play: ‘It Feels Good To See It Happen’
The $2.7 million project is just one part of the plan Moore has for the 115 year-old park.
Want To Stop The Violence? Keep Showing Up, Pastor Says While Bringing Food, Other Essentials To South Siders
The Trap Pastor will return to his outpost near Moran Park on Friday at 3:30 to give out hot dogs, hamburgers, groceries, masks and baby items for those in need.
Englewood Must Fight To Bring Baby Sincere’s Killer To Justice, Activists Say: ‘We Need You’
Those who come forward about baby Sincere's killer should be protected by their neighbors, activists say. We must "circle around those who speak up."
New Podcast Aims To Show The Beauty Of Those Who Live And Work In Englewood
Working out of a makeshift studio in Moran Park Field House, Sylvia Joy Smith is amplifying the voices of Englewood neighbors normally excluded from the conversation.
What Will Make Englewood Thrive? Investment In People, Residents Say At Packed Town Hall: ‘We Are Our Own Solution’
More than 500 people and five aldermen packed a South Side auditorium to discuss solutions to issues facing Englewood.
Englewood’s 5 Aldermen Coming Together For Town Hall On State Of The Neighborhood Tuesday
"For so long, the aldermen of Englewood have not worked together," one alderman said. But the current crop of aldermen are trying to change that now.
Englewood Pastor Grilling Up Hundreds Of Hot Dogs, Burgers In Effort To ‘Feed The Block’ — And Curb Gun Violence
An Englewood pastor is bringing the party back this summer. Donations are welcome.
Stephanie Coleman Defeats Ald. Toni Foulkes In 16th Ward: ‘We Made Herstory’
It was the second straight election that Stephanie Coleman challenged Toni Foulkes in the Southwest Side ward.