Controversial Chicago emergency services training center prepares to break ground

Within weeks of the run-off mayoral election, despite both candidates urging delay, on March 13 the Chicago City Council voted 38-8 to approve the controversial Chicago public safety training center.

Mayor Lightfoot has great opportunity to improve on plans for Joint Public Safety Training Center

Both proponents and opponents of the City’s Joint Public Safety Training Center in the West Garfield Park community, in which recruits for police, firefighters, and paramedics will be trained, make some valid points in the controversy over the new facilities.

Conyears-Ervin for City Treasurer

Leading up to the Feb. 26 election, Gazette Chicago endorsed Melissa Conyears-Ervin for City Treasurer.

ATN: May 2019

By William S. Bike ADULT LITERACY Adult Leaders for Education, a group connected to the Little Village Education Collaborative-Enlace, has obtained funding from the Chicago Public Schools’ Office of Counseling and Postsecondary Advising to expand adult literacy classes to the Learning Center is at 2153 S. Millard Ave. For more information, contact Leticia Diaz at […]

Summer camps keep youngsters active, engaged, and having fun

Every summer, parents are challenged to find activities for youngsters and teens.

ATN: April 2019

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host a talk by Stephen S. O’Connor, University of Louisville, who will discuss intervention strategies for medically admitted suicide attempt survivors Tuesday, April 9, 11 a.m. at the Hilton Chicago, 720 N. Michigan Ave. Lunch will be provided.