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What Does Englewood Think?

My name is Brittany and I need the help of my community. I am conducting a project at my high school that requires me to make a website about the problems in my community......

Voting in Englewood

It's hard to cast a vote in Englewood.

Early Voting: A Teachable Moment

Dr. Aginah M. Muhammad shares her experience in participating in Early Voting 2012 with her three children, ages 5 and 8.

National Children's Study a success in Chicago!

Recruitment for pilot phase of major children's health study comes to an end.

Students Work to Get Out the Vote (VIDEO)

Students from Youth Connection Charter School and elected officials gather to stress the importance of voter registration in this year's presidential election.

The 2012 Violence Stops Here Youth Performance Competition Starts Soon!

The Violence Stops Here competition begins online September 1st for youth in Chicago's Chatham, Englewood, and Grand Boulevard communities. The top ten entrants will be taken by limousine to compete for a $2,500 cash scholarship in front of a studio audience at the VSH12 Live showcase in October at Resolution Digital Studios in Chicago. The first and second runners up will also receive cash scholarship awards.

CTU Announces Notice of Intent To Strike (Full Video)

The Chicago Teachers Union president, Karen Lewis, announces the filing of a 10-day intent to strike notice.

NATO Is Here But What About Keeping Peace in Chicago?

One day before the 25th NATO summit kicks off, Chicagoans have already experienced the chaotic events, including several protests, rallies and street closures. 

RCN Franchise Approved by Chicago City Council

On April 24, 2012, the Chicago City Council approved a precedent-setting franchise agreement for cable company RCN that provides stable funding and technical parity for the public’s channels in Chicago.

The Englewood Community Becomes Digital Savvy

The Smart Communities Program in Englewood has helped the community and the residents bridge the digital disconnect through technology training.

Remembering MLK: Occupy the Dream (VIDEO)

On January 15, 2012, religious leaders, civil rights activists, and elected officials from Illinois and Indiana commemorated the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and urged a continued movement for economic and political equality.

Englewood's Very Own Alanah Divine is Featured on National TV Commerical

Alanah is Englewood's next rising star! 

Technology Testimonial

 Hear first hand testimonial from Digital Literacy recipient of Englewood.

City Council, Alderman Pat Dowell Pass Ordinance Addressing Vacant Buildings, Lender Responsibility

According to a City of Chicago press release, vacant properties often become a financial burden on the City.

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