Southeast Side Chicago
CHICAGO | Illinois state Rep. Connie Howard, D-Chicago, is retiring earlier than originally thought, and the man who would like to succeed her in the Legislature is already contacting local officials to try to build up support.
Tom Castillo's heart started beating inside his 15-year-old frame six weeks ago.
CHICAGO | Two people are dead and three others injured in a crash on the city's Southeast Side, police said.
Isaac Pizana poses with De La Salle communications coordinator Mike Walsh, left, and De La Salle Institute Principal Jim Krygier.
Isaac Pizana, 16, is a standout Meteor at De La Salle Institute in Chicago.
Ozinga Brothers officials thought they were going to have a difficult time using a public hearing last week to explain the cement manufacturing plant they want to build. But Marty Ozinga IV wound up finding a magic word-jobs.
CHICAGO | The environmental group that puts together an annual tour of hazardous sites around the city's 10th Ward wanted to show off the many piles of coal and petroleum coke that dot the city's Southeast Side, along with the golf course built atop what was once a garbage dump.
CHICAGO | Officials and consultants for Ozinga Brothers thought they were going to have a difficult time using a public hearing Wednesday to explain the cement manufacturing plant they want to build on 50 acres the company owns at 117th Street and Torrence Avenue.
CHICAGO | Residents of the neighborhoods on the city's Southeast Side had better get used to road construction and detours, because it is going to be a part of the area's character for the next several years.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions held their Las Vegas raffle during their Sept. 8 meeting at the Jovial Club, 9615 Commercia Ave. in South Chicago.
The Southeast Lions hosted a Las Vegas raffle recently. Pictured are Southeast Lions, from left, in rear, Miguel Alvarado, Joe Gonzalez, Tony Ziak and Vince Moreno. In front are Irene Hurley, Lillian Gomez and Margarita Carrillo flanking guest Nick Ayon, who selected the winning Vegas raffle…
Southeast Lions Patty Fisher and Andy Di Santo at the car, truck and motorcycle show held in late August at Wolf Lake, at 126th Street and Avenue O.
CHICAGO | In late August, Southeast Lion Patty Fisher, the owner of Knowledge Hook-up Computer Center, collaborated with Patti Wojecekowski, from the Hegewisch Community Committee, to put on a truck, car and motorcycle show to raise funds.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions presented Nicolas Ayon, a blind South Chicago resident, with a Braille Bible at its August meeting at the Jovial Club, 9615 Commercial Ave.
The Southeast Lions recently purchased a Braille Bible for a blind South Chicago man. Pictured, from left, standing, are Southeast Lion Andy DiSanto, Hegewisch Lion George Petrich with wife Rosemary, Nicolas Ayon, of South Chicago, and Southeast Lion Joe Gonzalez. Seated from left are Southe…
The Southeast Lions Club hosted a hearing van at a recent Cinco de Mayo event in South Chicago. Pictured from left are Paul Swalwell, Gil Medina, Andy Di Santo and Miguel Alvarado at the fair.
CHICAGO | The Southeast Lions Club hosted the Illinois Lions Foundation hearing van at a Cinco de Mayo health and social services fair earlier this month.
Jim Mitidiero, of Chicago's Southeast Side, right, is sworn in as vice president of the 5-11 Club of Chicago by Chicago Fire Commissioner Robert Hoff. The 5-11 Club is a volunteer group that operates the canteen unit which serves coffee, hot chocolate and water at the scene of all extra alar…
Service is a career and a way of life for Jim Mitidiero, of Chicago's Southeast Side.
CHICAGO | Depending on whom you ask, planning for the reconfiguration of the intersection at 130th Street and Torrence Avenue has been ongoing for the past three to four decades.
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