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New Board members welcomed at the Chicago Dental Society -- Dr. Yetta McCullom appointed Kenwood/Hyde Park Branch Director

With more than 30 years of experience as a practicing periodontist in Chicago, Dr. Yetta McCullom joins the Chicago Dental Society (CDS) Board, and was sworn in as a board member and director of the Kenwood/Hyde Park branch, at a ceremony held on Sunday, November 12, at the Palmer House Hotel.

New Board members welcomed at the Chicago Dental Society -- Dr. Cheryl Watson-Lowry appointed President-elect

With nearly 30 years of experience as a practicing general dentist, Dr. Cheryl Watson-Lowry was sworn in as president-elect of the Chicago Dental Society (CDS), at a ceremony held on Sunday, November 12, at the Palmer House Hotel. Dr. Watson-Lowry is only the third woman to hold the position in the history of the society.

Quench your Thirst at this Englewood Pop Up Shop

The Oooh Wee Pop Up Shop is open in Englewood!

Primo Center hosts Chicago Care's Serve-a-Thon

The Primo Center is hosting voluteers of June 24th for the Chicago Care's Serve-a-Thon on Saturday June 24th. To help welcome the volunteers we need site ambassadors!

Girls in the Game Launches #GivingTuesday Campaign

Girls in the Game launches their #GivingTuesday campaign for November 29 with the theme “Be a Superhero for A Girl.” They encourage supporters and community members to strike a superhero pose, take a #superheroselfie to share on social media and donate to their cause.

Coach a Scholar at Kennedy-King College

The One Million Degrees Volunteer Coach application for the 2016-17 year is now open to professionals from across the Chicago area to make a difference in the lives of One Million Degrees community college scholars. For a glimpse into the One Million Degrees Coaching experience, meet Asiaha “Mrs. Englewood” Butler, an OMD Coach and President and Founder of the Resident Association of Greater Englewood.

Coach a One Million Degrees Scholar

Help support a low-income, highly motivated Kennedy-King College student on his or her path to success. Give just a couple of hours a month and make a profound difference in the lives of our scholars. 

Electric Supply Costs for ComEd Customers Set to Decrease on June 1

Company launches informative video explaining electricity rates

(In)Justice for All Film Festival Seeks to Inspire Movement to End Mass Incarceration

From April 9th until April 18th The (In)Justice for All Film Festival will feature 35 films designed to educate, encourage and inspire people to take active roles in combatting some of the ills that lead to or happen as a result of the “epidemic” of mass incarceration.

ComEd Provides $10 Million in Financial Assistance to Customers in Need

2015 assistance funds to help customers facing financial hardship avoid service disconnection

Honoring Ethel Payne : The First Lady of the Black Press and West Englewood Resident

On Thursday, March 12th at 6pm, Lindblom Math & Science Academy will host a presentation on the life of Ethel Payne : The First Lady of the Black Press. Payne was also a Lindblom graduate and West Englewood resident. 

Chicago-Area Teens Explore Unexpected STEM Careers in the Music Industry

ComEd partners with The Remix Project Chicago to launch its “Power of Possibilities” campaign honoring Black History Month


ComEd Celebrates Black History Month

In celebration of Black history Month, ComEd and its parent company, Exelon, held its annual Signature Event.

Chicago Area Utilities Join Forces to Help Families Save Electricity and Natural Gas

Nearly 5,000 Chicago fifth grade students are becoming Super Energy Savers through a joint education program offered by ComEd and Peoples Gas.

Help COV Help the Community With a Vote!

Help COV help the community! Vote for COV today in the Aetna National Voices of Health competition:

Enrollment now open for Quality Early Learning

Enrollment now open for Quality Early Learning

Wednesday Workshops For The Community

Register for 1 or Register for ALL the Workshops offered at KKC…. A Summer of FUN, FOOD and FIXING! RSVP TODAY Seating is limited.

Alderman Sawyer responds to DNAinfo Article about 70th and Parnell

Alderman Sawyer responds to an article which mischaracterized his position on the challenges one Englewood block was facing with a trash filled lot and rodent problem.

R.A.G.E. visits Lindblom!!!

I'm a freshman at Lindblom and R.A.G.E. stopped by my Englewood colloquium class, here's what I have to say.

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 Interruptors on Channel 11 Tuesday, February 14th

The Interruptors, the gritty film on youth violence in Chicago, airs Tuesday, February 14th on WTTW, Channel 11 at 8pm.

Tuskegee Airmen Film "Red Tails" Hits the Big Screen Friday, January 20th

"Red Tails"  - Major Hollywood Film on the Tuskegee Airmen

All Stars Project of Chicago Talent Show

Are you a young performer, age 5 to 25, looking for a place to show case your talent? Looking for a program that will help you develop your confidence? Or know someone that fits this description? 

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