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27th of September 2021

CTA’S RPM Project Stimulates Economic Growth for Small, Diverse Businesses

CTA’S RPM PHASE ONE PROJECT STIMULATES ECONOMIC GROWTH FOR CHICAGO’S SMALL, DIVERSE BUSINESSES WITH HELP FROM CONTRACTOR WALSH-FLUOR Program assists nearly 100 businesses in building financial capacity, securing federal loan assistance CHICAGO (September 15, 2021) – CTA’s Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) Project, the largest transit investment in the agency’s history, today announced the milestone […]


4th of August 2021

Mercy Home for Boys & Girls Has Openings This Fall

Do you know a young person who may need some extra help? Maybe they are having problems at home, in school, or are enduring difficult experiences like grief, loss, unstable living environments, or other traumatic events. They don’t need to go through it alone–Mercy Home can help! As the school year draws near, we will […]


8th of July 2021

Enrollment for Office of Early Childhood is now open

Preschool enrollment is open to every child in Chicago for the 2021-2022 school year. Will your child be 3 or 4 by September 1, 2021? If so, apply today at ChicagoEarlyLearning.org The sooner you apply, the better your chances of getting your preferred program in either a CPS or community-based program. La inscripción preescolar está […]


Do you know about available trainings at Wright College?

Wright College City Colleges of Chicago, would like to offer you an opportunity to grow in one of the following areas: Manufacturing Computer Numeric Control Machining (CNC) Print Requirements & Quality Assurance Solid Works CNC Milling and Turning Operation & Programming Metrology Mastercam Multi Axis Machining Machining Processes Engineering Environmental Technology/Renewable Energy Systems Social Services/Nursing […]


29th of June 2021

Is Your Home Healthy?

Use the above infographic created by Logan AC & Heat Services to learn more about VOC’s in your home and how to prevent them from becoming an issue for your family.


22nd of June 2021

Association House of Chicago prepares individuals for jobs

Looking for a new job? Association House of Chicago is offering free job training programs to anyone 18 years and older. We will help you create career goals and connect you with employer partners. We are now recruiting for our next CareerWork$ Ready training class. Receive 1-on-1 coaching, mock interviews, and job referrals from a […]


15th of June 2021

Missed the May Tax Deadline? It’s not too late to receive your stimulus check

Get My Payment IL Coalition Continues to Increase Access to Stimulus Checks, Government Funds The May 17 tax filing deadline has passed, but it’s not too late for many Illinoisans to file their taxes to receive funds from missing stimulus checks and other available tax credits. Thousands of dollars may still be available through tax […]


3rd of June 2021

Mayor Lightfoot, CTA and CPS Announce “CTA Elevating Futures Scholarship Fund” Student Winners for 2021-2022

In its second year, CTA’s Red and Purple Modernization (RPM) scholarship program, created by CTA and RPM Phase One contractor Walsh-Fluor, helps Chicago youth pursue degrees in construction and engineering-related fields Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot, CTA President Dorval R. Carter, Jr. and CPS CEO Dr. Janice Jackson announced today that three Chicago Public School seniors […]


12th of May 2021

BMO Harris Bank brings larger branch to Humboldt Park

A new BMO Harris Bank branch will open its doors in Humboldt Park in August, replacing an existing branch at 3900 W. Madison Street. The new, larger branch will be equipped with expanded services and updated technology. Located at 743 N. Pulaski Road, the branch will offer a new customer meeting room for one-on-one banking […]


Determination + Adaptability = Survival + Success

The warehouse was electrified by the anticipation of a bright future, the pride in hard work accomplished, and the delight of being in the spotlight as Greater West Town’s Shipping & Receiving students gathered for graduation.  Staff member Agustin Jaramillo made the extra effort to arrange technology to allow family members to participate virtually from […]