Chicago Southeast Side
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions are recycling old eyeglasses, hearing aids and cell phones. Items can be dropped off at these locations:
CHICAGO | An environmental group that opposes a coal-to-gas plant being built in the East Side neighborhood was upset Friday that the Illinois General Assembly approved a bill that allows the project to proceed.
CHICAGO | Officials with the group that wants development of a coal gasification plant on the city’s Southeast Side are challenging the estimates offered by critics about how much such a project would cost taxpayers.
CHICAGO | A South Chicago neighborhood resident testified Wednesday before the Illinois Commerce Commission in opposition to the development of a coal gasification plant proposed for the former Republic Steel plant.
I've read about it and written about it, but for the first time I actually visited it. Last week my father-in-law took me to the Southeast Chicago Historical Society museum at Calumet Park.
CHICAGO | Developers who want to turn the former U.S. Steel Southworks plant into a housing development, which could give neighborhoods such as South Chicago and South Shore an economic jolt, will show their plans Tuesday.
Bear Scout Manuel Perez works diligently to cut and paste his valentine for a veteran.
Scouts from the Southeast Side of Chicago display the valentines they made for veterans. Pictured are, in front from left, Jimmy Pacheco, Nicolas Gomez, Liam Bermejo, Javier Larios and John Garcia. In the second row are Christian Garcia, Aaron Gorny, David Meduga, Julian Guzman, Lucas Bermej…
Matthew Gatton, Wolf Scout of Pack 773, puts his smile into his valentine.
CHICAGO | Cub Scouts of Pack 773, of the Southeast Side, once again participated in the 2012 Valentines for Veterans program.
CHICAGO | For an area that has one of Chicago's oldest Spanish-speaking enclaves, the Southeast Side doesn't reflect that fact in its political representation in City Hall.
The South Chicago Parents and Friends recently honored Patty Fisher, of the Southeast Side, with an award for her service to the community. Pictured are Robert Capp, left, president of South Chicago Parents and Friends; Fisher, executive director of Knowledge Hook-Up on Chicago's Southeast S…
CHICAGO | The South Chicago Parents and Friends recently honored Southeast Lion Patty Fisher with a "You Make a Difference" award.
CHICAGO | About 100 people who live on the city's Southeast Side, along with environmental activists, used a hearing Wednesday to urge Illinois state government to hold off granting a building permit for a proposed cement manufacturing plant at 117th Street and Torrence Avenue.
CHICAGO | As the City Council looks for ways to reduce violence on the West and Southeast sides, community organizers are showing neighborhood youth how to set the agenda on violence prevention themselves.
CHICAGO | Activists representing the industrial neighborhoods that comprise the city's Southeast Side are trying to persuade Mayor Rahm Emanuel to back their interests in opposition to a pair of plants that wish to locate within the 10th Ward.
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