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ABC7/WLS-TV CHICAGO EYEWITNESS NEWS SPOTLIGHTS BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES WITH WEEK-LONG SERIES, HOSTED BY ANCHOR TERRELL BROWN
“ Black Owned ,” a week-long series of live interviews spotlighting greater Chicago’s Black-owned businesses. The special will air during the newscast on ABC7, July 13 – 17…
CTA’s Red and Purple Modernization Project (RPM), Walsh-Fluor Assist Small Businesses During COVID-19 Pandemic
CTA and Walsh-Fluor helped 10 small businesses working on the RPM project to secure $3.4 million in federal funds.
HELP US UPLIFT BLACK BUSINESSES @ THE SHOP, SIP AND SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES EVENT JULY 11TH, 10 AM TO 4PM
HELP US UPLIFT BLACK BUSINESSES @ THE SHOP, SIP AND SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESSES EVENT JULY 11TH, 10 AM TO 4PM
State Business Interruption Grants program opens June 22nd!
Governor enacts program to help closed, damaged business properties, State Senator Collins urges owners to apply! DCEO will make the application for Business Interruption Grants (BIG ) available on…
Green Era Educational NFP Applies to Illinois Environmental Protection Agency to help fund environmental cleanup activities
Green Era Educational NFP is submitting an application to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Revolving Loan Fund to help fund the environmental cleanup activities at 650 West 83rd Street,…
City of Chicago Opens CityArts Program Grants Applications (attachment)
Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2020 CityArts Program, offering grants to nonprofits…
Auburn Gresham Day Care Centers, Santa is Coming to 79th Street 12/13!
Holiday Greetings from the Greater Auburn Gresham CDC, 17th Ward Alderman David Moore and Block By Block of Auburn Gresham. Look out, Santa Claus is Coming to Town (79th Street), December 13, 2019…
Mayor Lightfoot and CTA Launch "CTA Building Small Businesses Program" to Help Local Entrepreneurs Work on Largest Project in Agency History
CTA and Walsh-Fluor team up with LISC Chicago to help small firms compete for large-scale capital projects in Chicago like RPM Phase One
Earn IRS Tax Certification for Free with Ladder Up
Ready to make a difference? Volunteer at the tax site, with Ladder Up! Email volunteer@goladderup.org or call 312-409-1555.
100&Change, Lever for Change
Cecilia Conrad, Managing Director of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s Awards and Fellows Program, and CEO of Lever for Change, and Cindy Moelis, President of the Pritzker…
A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR CHICAGO
As one of the 35 organizations in Mayor Lightfoot’s environment transition Committee, ComEd has helped develop plans for Chicago to respond to the climate crisis by reducing air pollution from…
Raising the rent: 5 Chicago neighborhoods that will cost you more in 2019
Apartment search website Rent.com culled data to find which Chicago’s neighborhoods (based on inventory from Apartment Guide and Rent.com) have seen the highest one-bedroom rent increases…
New Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s First Order of Business Was to Hang This Powerful Artwork About ‘Redlining’ in Her Office
The work was rushed over from a South Side museum in time for the mayor's inauguration.
Mayor Emmanuel Bids Farewell to City Council & Spring LGBTE Workshop
The week of April 22nd, Mayor Emanuel presided over his final City Council meeting. The meeting was very productive .
Positive Friday Message on Inclusive Employment from Brenda...
"...New Orleans Business Alliance and the Aspen Skills Academy are working together to create new pathways to prosperity for the economically insecure residents in New Orleans."
ComEd Leaders Help Further Students' STEM Skills at Immersive Workshop
ComEd hosted students to develop their STEM skills and enhance their understanding of the fundamentals of energy, smart-city technologies and sustainability.
UChicago Medicine is given “Good Neighbor Award” from Cara Chicago
Partner News: UIC Medicine is given “Good Neighbor Award” from Cara Chicago
Celebrate Black History Month, with the Voice of the Community | #GoVote, It Matters!
Auburn Gresham celebrates Black History Month by lifting up all people in the commuity. Exercise you right to a high quality of life. You've Earned the right, now go #Vote. It matters for our…
Big News for the Chicago Cares Serve-a-thon!
For 25 years, Chicago Cares has been proud to bring you Serve-a-thon, Chicago’s largest volunteer day. In order to plan for and launch a new Serve-a-thon in 2020, Chicago Cares will not be…
Welcome Jamie Nesbitt Golden, For Your Daily Dose of Auburn Gresham Neighborhood News!
Introducting Block Clubs Chicago's newest reporter: Jamie Nesbitt Golden who will cover Auburn Gresham!
Demystifying Census.gov
Nonprofit Utopia is happy to team up with the U.S. Census Bureau and the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Chicago to present Demystifying Census.gov , a…
Lessons Learned from Email Marketing
As we wind down 2018 in preparation for 2019, there is no doubt in my mind that you are in the process of thanking donors, identifying new prospects, reaching out to your clients and community. As…
Advocate Medical Group Office Opens at Imani Village
Advocate Health Care and Trinity United Church of Christ partner on South Side health care hub
ComEd: Power Grid Ready to Serve Customers this Winter
Customers can take advantage of energy efficiency offerings to save on cold weather energy costs.
Mayor Emanuel Moves to Expand the City's Transit Oriented Development Policy to Eight Bus Corridors Across Chicago
The proposal, introduced to City Council this month, would enable new construction projects along more than 20 high-ridership bus routes to reduce on-site parking and add density for more walkable…

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