Delta Dental of Illinois has partnered with :DentalPlans to offer Illinois individuals and families a way to access affordable dental care through its discount dental program, Delta Dental Patient Direct.
Fifty Shades of Red will be held Friday, Feb. 27, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Zhou B Art Center in Bridgeport, 1029 W. 35th St. The event is a benefit for the American Heart Association presented by the National Association of Professional Women during Heart Health Month.
It is time to end creeping crime problems along the emerging Randolph Street night life strip before the situation gets worse, Randolph/Fulton Market Association director Roger Romanelli told a group of about 30 concerned residents and businesspeople at a Jan. 8 meeting at Prairie Production, 1304 W. Randolph St.
Executive director of the Illinois Medical District Commission (IMDC) for 34 months, Warren Ribley on Feb. 2 began work as president and CEO of the Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization (iBIO) and its affiliate, the iBIO Institute. Dennis Sienko was named interim executive director of the IMDC.
Saint Jerome Catholic School announced the inception of the One on One program that will advance the use of technology in its classrooms.
Bridgeport resident Angie Robertson, concerned with the lack of dog-friendly areas near her neighborhood, has formed the McKinley Park Dog Park Committee to advocate for a dog-friendly area in McKinley Park at 2210 W. Pershing Rd.
An honorary street sign was unveiled on the morning of December 13 honoring the late Jason Mayoski at the corner of Wolcott Street and Cullerton Avenue. Mayoski was a City of Chicago firefighter who passed away suddenly on Aug. 24, 2012, at the age of 37.
The Elected Representative School Board referendum will appear on the ballot in 38 wards in the Tuesday, Feb. 24, municipal general election, the result of a successful campaign by the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), Grassroots Education Movement, United Working Families, Grassroots Illinois Action, the Service Employees International Union, and volunteers throughout Chicago.
Chicago Public Schools (CPS) announced recently that it will issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking plans for a new open enrollment neighborhood high school to be located at the current site of Dyett High School, 555 E. 51st St.
Nine corner store operators and about 100 Bronzeville residents attended the recent Corner Store Summit hosted by the Bronzeville Alliance. Participants also included community activists, educators, and youth and parent leaders.