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Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer's Open Letter on Plan to Reduce Violence

Alderman Roderick T. Sawyer of the 6th Ward has released a plan to reduce the levels of street violence in the city.  Alderman Sawyer has a history of working with grassroots organizations to reduce violent crime from the all-time highs of 900 killings per year in the 1990s. 

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.

The Safety Net For Aged, Blind, Disabled People With Limited Income And Resources

There’s a safety net out there for those who might otherwise slip through the cracks. It’s called Supplemental Security Income (SSI). 

Kashonta Dixon

My biography of Me, Myself , and I and what I did in my time in After School Matters!!!!

Charles Ross

Information about Charles Ross of ASM.

Angela Jordan

All about  Angela Jordan

Eugene Reed

my name is Eugene Reed , I go to Harper high school.

Lamirah Gill

Hi my name Lamirah Gill I am currently attending Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep Academy. 

Ronisha Stewart

I, Ronisha Stewart, am a very intelligent, dependent, funny, king-hearted, 
and determined person.

Joshua lunn

My name is Joshua lunn. I am a 15 year old student at UIC College prep. I maintain a GPA of over 3.5 and currently have a 3.91.

Job Opening for Administrative Assistant Postion wtih Growing Home

Growing Home is looking to fill an  Administrative Assistant Postion.

Harvey Barnett

All about Harvey Barnett.

Back to School Lessons for Parents

As our kids go back to school, here are some tips from Common Sense Media on how to keep the influcence of the online and media world in check. 

Englewood: Serious business

For once, the news wasn't grim. It wasn't another story about too many crimes and foreclosures and too few jobs and fresh food options.

Englewood's future

Englewood's future

The article "How crime has moved in; As boarded-up buildings multiply, vandalism and violence follow suit in Greater Englewood" (Page 1, June 24) painted a picture of a dying neighborhood, without hope, awash in abandonment, crime and despair.

Know That Face? Facebook Does!

Can Facebook ID your teen?  Find out about Facebook's new facial recognition software.

Reforming the Criminal Justice System Sentencing Laws

On June 17th, 2011, over 3,000 people came to the New Day Rally in support of changing sentencing laws in the criminal justice system.

Re-Entry Resource Center

Teamwork Englewood Re-Entry Resource hot line, is for people with felony convictions that live on the south side of Chicago Cermak Road (22nd Street) to 159th Chicago City Limits.  

Aldermanic Candidates Face R.A.G.E.

If you are a Greater Englewood Residents living in the 3rd, 20th or 6th wards then you were among more hundreds residents who attended the “Who’s Running?” Candidate Summit this past Saturday, which coincidentally was held on Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday, at the Enlgewood United Methodist Church.

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