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ComEd Offers Ways for Customers to Fall into Savings During National Energy Awareness Month
ComEd residential customers to receive about a $14 credit during October thanks to the Future Energy Jobs Act
Is it possible to break up with diabetes?
If diabetes or pre-diabetes looms over your head like a bad relationship, you’ll be happy to know there may be a way out.
ComEd Solar Spotlight
ComEd debuted Solar Powered Fashion designed by Latino Students with the help of fashion designer Ronald Rodriguez at Latino Fashion week’s runway. …
ComEd Taps Latino Students to Design Solar-Powered Fashion in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month
CHICAGO (Sept. 20, 2017) – ComEd is shining the Solar Spotlight on Hispanic Heritage Month and engaging more than 50 local Latino high schools students to help design solar-powered fashion. …
Financial Services Pipeline Initiative Appoints Two New CEO Leadership Council Co-chairs
The Financial Services Pipeline (FSP) Initiative is ushering in two new co-chairs to help steer the direction of the program, carry out the organization’s mission and oversee overall strategy…
Sound the Alarm - Save Lives! Has Been Cancelled
We are looking for volunteers!!
Massive Heart Attack Moves Basketball Players to Community Action
A survivor, a first responder and a cardiologist invite the public to play basketball, learn CPR on September 30
COMED COLLABORATES WITH IIT TO CREATE ONE OF THE FIRST MICROGRID CLUSTERS IN THE WORLD
ComEd is working with the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) on two grants it was awarded from the Department of Energy to develop and test microgrid technology that would support critical public…
A SOLAR-POWERED PYRAMID RISES IN BRONZEVILLE
Pyramids have been built by civilizations in many parts of the world and now a collaboration between ComEd, a local artist, an art gallery and high school students has brought one to Bronzeville.…
A SOLAR-POWERED PYRAMID RISES IN BRONZEVILLE
Pyramids have been built by civilizations in many parts of the world and now a collaboration between ComEd, a local artist, an art gallery and high school students has brought one to Bronzeville.…
12 years of safe family fun at the 79th Street Renaissance Festival
The residents of Auburn Gresham celebrate twelve years of safe family fun at the 12th Annual 79th Street Renaissance Festival this Saturday, September 9 and Sunday September 10.
Green Means Go (Toward a Cleaner Community)
Learn more about the Team that's cleaning our streets and improving our neighborhood.
Brainerd Park Apartments Ground Breaking Ceremony
Brainerd Park Apartments will be 36 brand new apartment units opening in late summer 2018. Join us for the ground breaking ceremony, August 25, 2017, 8920 S. Loomis, 10am - 11:00 am.
17th Ward "Alderman on the Block"
Come out and meet your 17th Ward Alderman, Saturday, August 26th, corner of 76th Parnell, 9am - 10am.
“Stay Woke” When Preparing Your Kids To Go Back To School
It’s that time again—back-to-school. And although parents are busying themselves purchasing school clothes and supplies—or lining up for one of the giveaways– it’s also…
Here's how to have a healthier work day
Focusing on fitness while you’re on the clock and off could help you earn healthy benefits
Here's How To Get A Free Backpack From The Majostee Allstars
The backpacks will be available during several events leading up to Sept. 5.
Save it for Some Rainy Play
Multi-generational physical activity event connects neighbors to their local school, in Auburn Gresham's PlayStreets activations.

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