For the past 10 years, Saint Sabina Church in Auburn Gresham has marked the end of Chicago Public Schools' school year with a Peach March and Rally, inviting residents to join together in solidarity to speak out against violence.
“Edward Sadlowski rose from working as a machinist's apprentice on Chicago's southeast side, to being elected shop steward of his steel mill, to leading the largest local Steelworkers union in America.
On June 19, 2018, for the first time in the organization’s history, Health & Medicine Policy Research Group will be celebrating Juneteenth, a day regarded as the oldest national celebration of African American liberation in the United States.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today announced that the City will launch a competition this month to challenge architects from Chicago and around the world to win the opportunity to design the historic O’Hare 21 Terminal Expansion Project at O’Hare International Airport.
Chicago City Mayor's Office issued the following announcement on June 9.On this week’s episode, Mayor Emanuel celebrated the one-year anniversary of Chicago Stories with CTA Driving, world-touring blues artist Toronzo Cannon.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) Commissioner Dr. Julie Morita today accepted a Gold Medal award from the CityHealth initiative for implementing policies that improve the health, well-being and economic opportunity of residents.
“We applaud the vital support of the Chicago Region Environment and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) Program and Illinois’ transportation and infrastructure system as a whole, which is crucial to our state’s economy.