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New Early Learning Education Center in Englewood and Back of the Yards Communities

Today, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the opening of the Metropolitan Family Services Learning and Wellness Center in the Englewood and Back of the Yards communities. The new early education center is one of the Mayor’s multiple initiatives to increase access to early education programs over the next three years. The Mayor’s total investment in such initiatives is $36 million over ...

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Hurray Mr. Lotsu is 70 Yrs. Young!

70th Birthday of Mr. Yao Lotsu

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Mr. CNN honored at Ghanafest 2013

On July 27th, 2013 in Chicago, Ghanafest 2013 by the Ghana National Council of Chicago honored; Mr. Charles Nimmo Ntiamoah-Mensah, aka Mr. CNN, 3G Mogul and Nana Sompahene of Dichemso, Kumasi respectively, Chief Executive Officer of 3G Media Inc. and Rosette Multi-Service LLC. The US based Media mogul would like to offer his appreciation to God for another honor bestowed ...

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Chicago:Youth Day at the Ghana Community Church !

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More Speed Cameras to be Installed at Chicago Parks

CHICAGO — The Department of Transportation will begin installing speed cameras near four parks next week, and drivers will get a 30-day grace period before the speeding tickets begin showing up in the mail, city officials announced Friday. The four locations — Garfield Park, Gompers Park, Washington Park and Marquette Park — will have speed cameras installed by the end ...

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Chicago Vocational Teacher Had Sex with Student in Classroom: Prosecutors

Source: www.dnainfo.com/chicago   COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — A Chicago Vocational Career Academy teacher is accused of having sex with a 17-year-old student in her high school classroom and exchanging racy text messages. Bridgette Miller, 39, was charged with having sex with the student twice — once in her car behind a Walgreens in Avalon Park and once in her ...

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Two Dead and Seven Injured in Overnight Violence

do not cross police line

CHICAGO — Two people are dead and at least seven others injured in gun violence Friday night through Saturday morning. A 21-year-old man was shot dead in the 2400 block of East 79th Street in South Chicago at 4:02 a.m. The man died after being shot in his head and body, said Officer Michael Sullivan, a police spokesman. The man ...

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Bud Billiken Parade Takes Over Bronzeville, Washington Park Streets

Source:www.dnainfo.com BRONZEVILLE — The annual Bud Billiken Parade has plenty of music, tumbling and dancing but for some it’s not just about the fun. The parade, a centerpiece of the black community for generations, took over King Drive from 35th Street to 51st Street. It took on new meaning this year after Chicago Public Schools announced the closing of 50 ...

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