JULY 2016

New South Loop School at 16th and Dearborn to increase student enrollment

In about three years, 1,200 South Loop School students—about 300 more than now—will enjoy a bigger and better facility at 16th and Dearborn Streets.

Healthy Chicago 2.0 a Good Plan; Proper Use of TIF Money Could Make it Even Better

All too often we find ourselves taking government officials to task on our editorial page for questionable or harmful policies, behaviors, and initiatives. So it is a rare opportunity when we can compliment government for a job well done. We are pleased to be able to do exactly that.

ATN: July 2016

Aquinas Literacy Center has won a $10,000 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to support adult literacy. A native of Chicago’s McKinley Park neighborhood, Sr. Patricia McKee, O.P., 80, uses the Smart-Board at Aquinas…

Healthy Chicago 2.0 to boost health of many Chicagoans

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) recently announced Healthy Chicago 2.0, a revamped version of Healthy Chicago, its 2011 initiative to boost health for Chicagoans of all ethnicities, ages, and socioeconomic statuses.