Chicago - Southeast Side
CHICAGO | Members of assorted activist groups from across the city’s Southeast Side have decided they can be more successful in trying to protect the area’s environment if they work together.
CHICAGO | Brothers Martin and Jack Downs, of the Southeast Side, were both recently awarded Gold Keys by the Chicago Regional Affiliate of The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
Pictured are Jack Downs and Martin Downs at UIC for the Chicago Regional Awards Ceremony.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions recently honored the manager at a local Walgreens for his support of the club.
Southeast Lions Gil Garcia, left, and Andy Di Santo, right, present a certificate of appreciation to Javier Caraballo, manager of the Walgreens at 92nd Street and Commerical Avenue in South Chicago.
LANSING | On Jan. 22, the Lansing Lions Club celebrated its 75th anniversary dinner at the Lansing Country Club, at 186th Street and Wentworth Avenue.
Members of the Southeast Lions attended the 75th anniversary dinner of the Lansing Lions Club in late January. The Lansing Lions sponsored the East Side Lions Club, which sponsored the Southeast Lions Club. Seated from left are Southeast Lions Tony Ziak, Paul Swalwell, Andy Di Santo, Joe Sch…
LANSING | Nature lovers and hikers in the south suburbs will get more walking trails this year as the Forest Preserve District plans to connect three separate portions of the Thorn Creek Trail System, adding 4.75 miles to trails in Thornton, Lansing, Glenwood, Chicago Heights and Park Forest…
CHICAGO | The oldest wastewater treatment facility in the metropolitan Chicago area, at 400 E. 130th St. in the Golden Gate neighborhood, underwent an overhaul and recently received an award for merit from the American Council of Engineering Companies/Illinois, according to a news release fr…
CHICAGO | Alderman John Pope, of the 10th Ward, in conjunction with the House of Blues, Trinity Knights of Columbus Council 3755 and St. Francis de Sales High School will provide a free Thanksgiving meal Nov. 18.
The Southeast Lions hosted a vision screening in early September at a Southeast Side church. From left are visual screening technician Bill Weybright and Southeast Lions Andy DiSanto and Gil Medina.
CHICAGO | On Sept. 9, the Southeast Lions hosted a vision screening event at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 3200 E. 91st St.
Southeast Lions Patty Fisher and Andy DiSanto at the club's Car, Truck and Bike Show on Aug. 26 at the Jewel-Osco parking lot at 3940 E. 106th St. on the Southeast Side of Chicago.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions hosted a car, truck and bike show on Aug. 26 in the Jewel-Osco parking lot, at 3940 E. 106th St., on the Southeast Side of Chicago.
CHICAGO | Organized labor leaders and government officials from the city’s Southeast Side urged Gov. Pat Quinn on Monday to approve a bill allowing for the development of a coal gasification plant at the former site of Republic Steel.
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