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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.

One Summer Chicago Youth Jobs Apply Online Until May 21st

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle are proud to announce One Summer Chicago -- a collaborative effort between the City, County, civic and business communities to provide summer programming for youths.

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. 

Mayor's Open Notes To The Community: Second Chance Program+

Program Offers Education, Training, Career Opportunities to Ex-Offenders and Others Who Face Barriers to Employment. The Mayor joined leaders from the CTA, the Chicago City Colleges and the community to announce a new partnership to expand the CTA’s Second Chance program. Read full story for more updates...

Websites Now Free for Illinois Businesses

Google's Illinois Get Your Business Online Program Makes it Easy for Auburn Gresham Businesses to Grow

Grade Mayor Emanuel's First Year In Office

How do you think Mayor Rahm Emanuel did in his first year as mayor?

Mayor Emanuel Launches Micro-Market Recovery Program in Auburn Gresham

Chicago - Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the launch of a housing recovery effort in 9 communities including Auburn Gresham, called the Micro-Market Recovery Program.

Back to School Announcement in Auburn Gresham

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools' CEO Jean-Claude Brizard announced key investments in the Chicago Public Schools' Back to School Initiatives.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel Returns to Auburn Gresham

In February 2011, Mayor Rahm Emanuel made history by becoming the first Mayor of Chicago in more than 20 years, after his predecessor Mayor Richard M. Daley, decided to end his landmark term.