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2012 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Chicago IL

Your reason for walking in the American Cancer Society Making Strides walk is as unique and special as the story that motivates you. More than likely, you’ve been affected by breast cancer in some way, and our Making Strides walk empowers you to make a difference and fight back. This is your opportunity to honor breast cancer survivors, remember those we have lost to this disease, and raise funds and awaren ...

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Oppurtunity Is Knocking for Columbus Park Chargers

The Columbus Park Chicago Chargers Youth football and Cheer (CCYP) youth have all worked hard for 8 months; the kids are all having a great season. All 5 CCYP teams are winning, four are 5-2 and heading to the playoffs with intentions on making it to the national championship and one level is 7-0 and is already eligible to compete at the UYFL National Championship in Tampa bay, Florida from December 1st – 8 ...

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Ed Gardner calls for 10,000 to Join Him Sunday At Construction site

By Chinta Strausberg  Saying he will continue to fight for a fair share of jobs and opportunities, retired businessman and multi-millionaire Ed Gardner Tuesday called for 10,000 people to join him after their 3 p.m. church this Sunday, September 30, 2012, at 95th and Western to demand their equal slice of Chicago’s contractual pie. Gardner, who made his comments on WVON’s Perri Small show on his way to 92nd ...

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Parting of the Red sea – The Epic Saga of Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Teachers Union

By Shavon Bailey There is a war waging in Chicago between the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU), led by Karen Lewis and the Chicago Board of Education (Board), led by Mayor Rahm Emaunel of epic proportion.  Not in 25 years have we seen such a contentious battle between CTU and the Board.  Karen Lewis is the proverbial “Moses”, trying to lead her teachers (the Israelites) to the Promised Land; and Mayor Rahm Eman ...

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World Vision Chicago and Greater Austin Childcare Providers Hosts Diaper Giveaway

World Vision Chicago teams up with the women of the Greater Austin Child Care Provider’s Association to do some good in the neighborhood…specifically, the babies. On Thursday, August 9, 2012 at the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church located on West Chicago Avenue, the two organizations hosted a diaper giveaway to anyone who came to receive.  Between 3:00pm and 5:00pm, members of the Greater Austin Child ...

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Comcast, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Civic And Community Leaders Kick Off Year Two Of the internet Essentials Program

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Comcast Executive Vice President, David L. Cohen, and civic and community leaders announced Wednesday, August 15, 2012 year two of Internet Essentials, an ambitious and comprehensive broadband adoption program designed to help close the digital divide among low-income Americans. In its first full year of availability, nearly 100,000 families, or 400,000 Americans, gained access t ...

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Hello, Summertime Chi! Keeping Cool On A Budget

By: Ashley Powell With temperatures surpassing one hundred degrees, and the effects of a slowly-healing economy shrinking budgets all over the country, strategies for keeping cool need to get a lot more frugal than cranking up the air conditioner. Take a look at some of the resourceful ways you can stretch your dollars while staying ahead of this record-breaking Chicago heat. 1. Cotton, linen, silk: Cool fa ...

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37th Ward Alderman Emma Mitts Sponsors “13th Annual Back To School Gospel Fest”

The summer of 2012 in Chicago has been seen its unfortunate share of violence against school-age students and adults in neighborhoods across the city. That’s why Alderman Emma Mitts, the 37th Ward Pastor’s Alliance, community and religious leaders, other local civic organizations and the Mid-Austin Steering Committee believe it’s vitally important to offer more positive, fun-filled activities in the communi ...

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Alderman Ervin and 28th Ward Holds Annual Parade And Picnic

Two-Time NBA Champion Isiah Thomas was Grand Marshall Parade Alderman Jason C. Ervin will hosted the 28th Ward Annual Back-to- School Parade and Picnic on Saturday, August 4th.  Two-Time NBA Champion and 12-time NBA All Star Isiah Thomas was this year’s Grand Marshall.  There was free school supplies given to 2,000 students at the picnic along with a Senior Appreciation Luncheon, both events were held in Ga ...

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Say No To Drugs Parade A Success!!

The Healing Temple Church of God and Christ held their 24th annual “Say No to Drugs Parade” on July 28th. The parade started at the church on Chicago Avenue headed west to Central then turned north up Central to Augusta, east on Augusta toward Cicero and back to Chicago Avenue. The young people and adults were chanting things like “Stop the Violence; Save Our Children and We Want to Live.” The parade was le ...

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