Someone who stopped into the 7-Eleven at 847 N. Dodge Ave. last week and bought a lottery ticket is a newly minted millionaire. While all eyes were on Maine, as […]
The Medill School of Journalism in partnership with the News Literacy Project is hosting a free event, Trust issues: How Chicago news outlets build credibility in their communities at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 24 at McCormick Foundation Center Forum, 1870 Campus Drive.
The Evanston Chamber of Commerce recognizes individuals who stepped up to the plate for the Evanston business community in 2022.
The Ryan Field project in Evanston is an initiative by Northwestern University to rebuild its stadium. With a gift from the Ryan family, the proposal is to construct a state-of-the […]
Several local artist have designed solar and battery-powered light installations for Tallmadge Park, 927 Noyes St., as part of the city’s newest winter event ‘Light the Night’. For one night only, these works will light up the dark night. The City of Evanston
The 10th anniversary of the JCC Chicago Jewish Film Festival prepares for its second weekend on January 26-29, 2023. This weekend of film will be special as it commemorates International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27– designated by the U.N. General Assembly to mark the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Art Encounter has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Grants for Arts Projects award of $25,000. This grant will support the expansion of ARTiculations, an in-school art and writing residency program for students in Chicago Public Schools.
Youth ages 14 to 18 can find summer positions with the city, local organizations and businesses through the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program. Register today for the MSYEP Job Fair on Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Robert Crown Center.
Cook County Board and Forest Preserves of Cook County President Toni Preckwinkle is encouraging Cook County residents to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by committing to a day of community service in the Preserves.
Casa Central, a social service agency serving Chicagoland’s growing Hispanic community since 1954, is currently offering several job openings for those seeking new career opportunities in the new year.