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GED Class Orientation, Scott Joplin Parent University, May 11th!
GED Classes are being held at Auburn Gresham GOLD School, Scott Joplin Elementary School. Classes start next Tuesday May 15th, be sure to sign up today! Orientation is Friday, May 11th, 9:30am, at…
ComEd’s “Construct” Graduation Highlights Diverse Candidates for Local Construction Work Jobs
On Friday, ComEd hosted a graduation ceremony for the largest graduating class of CONSTRUCT, a nine-week job training program aimed at getting more diverse candidates into local construction and…
First Ever Mesothelioma Race for Justice in Illinois
Chicago, IL (April 2, 2018) - Vogelzang Law, a Chicago-based personal injury law firm dedicated to representing victims of mesothelioma throughout the US, will host its first Annual Mesothelioma Race…
17th Ward Polling Places
17th Ward Polling Places list attached. Please note location change for 3 precincts.
Defendant's ‘Lack of Personal Jurisdiction’ Defense Denied
A Cook County Court will see a case against a North Dakota company, thanks to a momentous order by Honorable Judge Clare E. McWilliams granting personal jurisdiction to the Illinois forum. The…
VOGELZANG LAW ANNOUNCES A NEW OFFICE SPACE
Chicago, IL - Vogelzang Law, a Chicago-based personal injury law firm dedicated to representing victims of mesothelioma throughout the United States, announced their new office space located at 401…
Tuesday Asbestos Call Recap: Vogelzang Law Compels Deposition and is Granted a ‘Finding Of Default’ Motion
Chicago, IL, February 23 at the Daley Center – Vogelzang Law celebrated yet another victory last week. Attorney Wyatt J. Berkover from Vogelzang Law represents the estate of Roger Nelson,…
City picks route for Red Line Extension
Planning for the long-promised southern extension of the Red Line to 130th Street took a step forward last week as the city chose a preferred route.
Sensing the City
The City of Chicago is about to become the front-runner in the latest “smart cities” trend with its latest innovation: Array of Things.
What's killing CTA train ridership? Two four-letter words.
One of the bigger bets Mayor Rahm Emanuel has placed in his seven years in office has been on public transit.
Skills for Chicagoland's Future Announces New Youth Unemployment Initiative "Beyond Diploma"
After about two years of research and planning, Skills for Chicagoland’s Future announced today an initiative to connect unemployed youth with jobs, provide them with higher education…
Elected Officials Say, “Enough Is Enough” To School Closings
Illinois legislators and other elected officials representing the Englewood community are holding a news conference to voice their outrage over the announced school closings in their respective…
Start A Mobile Boutique Business?
Have you considered becoming a mobile boutique operator? Get familiar with some requirements & make an appointment to meet with a Small Business Center Business Consultant at 312-74-GOBIZ for…
The magical mystical Cook County Land Bank lures homebuyers
This Urban Landlady blog post tells how homebuyers and investors can use the Cook County Land Bank to build our community and get great deals on vacant properties. .
Save it for Some Rainy Play
Multi-generational physical activity event connects neighbors to their local school, in Auburn Gresham's PlayStreets activations.
Wait, did you say you just WAIVED all the taxes?
Ever notice a nice-looking house or building which has been vacant for years and no one seems to know why? Read this post on the Cook County Land Bank Authority!
Mayor Emanuel’s Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Is Open For Applications!
The Neighborhood Opportunity Fund is a new grant to help strengthen our commercial corridors on Chicago's South, Southwest and West Sides. The NOF grant cycle is now open.
Constructing Communities: The SARFS Program at the GAGDC
What's good for our seniors is good for all of us.
FPCC Permits Available for Purchase at Dan Ryan Woods Visitor Center
FPCC Permits Available for Purchase at Dan Ryan Woods Visitor Center, Visitors can purchase picnic, event permits. Dan Ryan Woods Visitor Center, Western Ave. & 87th St. Chicago, IL 60620
Auburn Gresham Building Gets New Life to Promote Health and Wellness!
Can one iconic building along a key commerical cooridor lead the way to improve the health of a neighborhood? Community leaders and organizations in Auburn Gresham are progressing on a transformative…
City of Chicago Refuse and Recycling Holiday Schedule
Please note these important changes to the refuse and recycling schedule due to the Monday, May 29 Memorial Day holiday . All city-collected refuse will be serviced Tuesday through Friday next week.…
FREE business workshops every Wednesday and Friday at City Hall!
The City of Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (BACP) offers FREE business workshops every Wednesday and Friday at City Hall, 8th Floor. To register for a workshop call…
For the 8th Consecutive Year, 100% of Urban Prep Seniors Have Been Admitted to College
For the 8 th Consecutive Year, 100% of Urban Prep Seniors Have Been Admitted to College; Urban Prep Shares Why 100% Matters as Students Announce College Selections at Annual Signing Day Event,…
Scott Joplin Elementary School Displays Auburn Gresham GOLD School Spirit!
Auburn Gresham GOLD Schools Continue to Rock We see you Scot Joplin Elementary School!
Cook 8th-Grader Aces CPS Selective-Enrollment Test, Earns Maximum Score
Thirteen-year-old Daysha Straight was the only student at Cook Elementary to get the maximum score on the Chicago Public Schools selective-enrollment test this year which determines where…

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