With Chicago in the process of awarding a five-year contract to produce millions of tons of asphalt, community residents and seven aldermen are urging the City to uphold its contracting standards and health protections when selecting an asphalt producer—and the City is listening.
The Chinese American Service League (CASL) has completed its second Social Determinants of Health Assessment (SDoH). It completed its first in Spring 2020.
Tom Tresser, co-founder and chief operating officer at the CivicLab, described his nonprofit organization as a “do tank, as opposed to a think tank,” in the sense that the organization does not just want to study issues but rather translate research into action.
In the coming weeks, the Joe Harris Paint & True Value hardware store at the southeast corner of 33rd and Wallace Streets in Bridgeport will close permanently, ending 60 years of providing products, advice, and friendship to a neighborhood already mourning the loss.
Anthony Valentino, Gazette Chicago circulation manager, passed away June 20 at age 75 after a valiant battle with leukemia.
Illinois Medical District (IMD) commissioners have named Allyson J. Hansen as executive director.
State Senator Robert Peters (D-13th) introduced a recently passed law that allows medical professionals to get more fentanyl test strips for individuals who use opioids. The law supports the Overdose Prevention and Harm Reduction Act of 2019.
We gather this summer afternoon in this beautiful sunlit church—historic Notre Dame de Chicago—to celebrate the life of Anthony Valentino Sr.
40th Year of Gazette Chicago
Do you enjoy reading Gazette Chicago every month? Do you appreciate it when Gazette Chicago gives you information about our local communities and the city that you can get nowhere else? Do you like learning about the products and services our advertisers offer?
With this issue, Gazette Chicago enters its volume no. 40, beginning our 40th year of community service. Throughout the next 12 months, we invite you to “take a walk down memory lane” with us and look back on how the newspaper has evolved and the issues and people it has covered over the decades.
With this issue, Gazette Chicago begins its 40th year of publishing. Like any other milestone moment in life, you know that day is coming and yet you say to yourself, “don’t worry, it’s in the future—it won’t be here that quickly.”
Although summer is in full swing, “back to school” is on the minds of students, parents, and teachers. Gazette Chicago offers a guide to schools in this area. Local schools are vital to a good education, and this area offers several educational options for learning in a great environment and preparation for future success.
During summertime in Chicago, a variety of events provide fun for kids and adults alike. Take advantage of the season through Gazette Chicago’s annual Summer in the City guide, which will help you enjoy unique activities and events.
Chicago Health Text Initiative
We are interested in learning more about our readers so that we can better serve you. We also request your feedback on a new text messaging service in development.
Estamos interesados en aprender más sobre nuestros lectores para poder servirle mejor. También solicitamos su colaboración en un nuevo servicio de mensajería de texto en el desarrollo.
Emergency Rental Assistance
City of Chicago emergency rental assistance is available for people suffering financial hardship due to a crisis such as loss of job, home fire, or illness. The program is intended to allow families to maintain housing during the time it takes to regain stability….