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What can I do?

Heard 15-20 shots and saw 5 adult males brandishing guns on the 47 block of Ellis Saturday morning (approx 330am). Called 911 and the operator hung up on me. Do people really not care about the Southside that much???

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Why no Venues for Blues, Gospel fest on Southside and Westside

You have venues on Northside and Downtown, what is the deal here? This has to stop, we like entertainment as much as the next person. Are our tax dollars being used to finance others entertainment?

  • @KMat, what's the deal with Wintrust, is that a pretty good venue for a show? I'd love to go there some time and check it out, from images it looks like there wouldn't be a bad seat in the house, but I'm curious how they'd have it set up for concerts vs games.

  • KMat Community Member

    @Douglas_Peep, Yes, Wintrust is a good venue---great sound system. I saw Common and Erykah Badu there and I would definitely go to a sporting event at Wintrust. You're right, there isn't a bad seat in the house. Check it out!

26 hours ago

Embracing Your Space: SPINAL INJURY in Chicago and Illinois

This Illinois resource offers a wide array of resources in Chicago and throughout Illinois. Be sure to check it out for tips, local support groups, activities, and other resources:
knowledgeinitiative.org/embracing-your-space

    Embracing Your Space: Spinal Injury Resources
    Choose the Right Rehab Center Rehabilitation will play a critical role in your recovery. During rehab, you will work with a team of doctors, nurses and therapists. They will help you to regain some of the function that you lost, teach you how to control your body and show you how to live as independently as possible.
    https://www.salvilaw.com

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Updated 3 days ago

Spend Where You Live

I am proposing to Bronzeville residents that for one day out of the week we spend in our community as not only a way to demonstrate our purchasing power, but to contribute to the growth of home buisnesses who thought enough of us to invest with us.

  • We need to start the conversation, reestablishing our community becomes more paramount each day. It seems our welcome has worn out and our dollars are not welcome in certain areas. The answer and only answer is get OUR community back.

  • We are being judged not by the content of our character but by the color of our skin, the time is long past that we readdress establishing our community for our own welfare and salvation and financial growth. Once we start funneling our dollars here in Bronzeville and other predominately African American businesses then we become less dependent and start the process of Wealth building right here.

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Car Crashes Into Multiple Parked cars on S Indiana

A car crashed into multiple parked cars around 1 am last night on S Indiana, between 44th & 45th. I heard the sound of the crash but it took a few minutes to realize what had happened. 2 occupants of the car were arguing loudly. Police were called and showed up in 5 minutes. If you live on this block, you might want to check your car!

  • Annette Bada North Kenwood resident

    Thank you for being informative. I do not live over these but it is good to know that conscientious neighbors are in my area.

Apr 16

  • We Will Reach Goals!

    Ms. Walker is asking for $616.44:
    My students need Chromebooks for class. My students are diverse learners.
    Carter G Woodson School Comment

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  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    FIRE WALLS AND DOORS TO BE UPGRADED AND PROVIDE SPRINKLER ROOM AT EXISTING EQUIPMENT LOCATION, AS PER PLANS.WORK TO BE DONE AT PARKING GARAGE AREA ONLY, OF AN EXISTING FOUR STORY MASONRY BUILDING CONTAINING THIRTY FIVE DWELLING UNITS

    4627 S. Drexel Blvd. Issued April 6, 2018 Comment

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Free Trees!

Hi Neighbors,

In case you weren't aware, you can get FREE trees for your street from the city or working with a non-profit called Openlands. If it’s just one or a few trees then make a request through 311. If your street has open spots for 10+ trees then apply for a grant from Openlands. More details below.

For one or just a few trees, go through the city’s 311 online system (search tree planting) or call 311:

https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/311.html

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Hi Neighbors,

In case you weren't aware, you can get FREE trees for your street from the city or working with a non-profit called Openlands. If it’s just one or a few trees then make a request through 311. If your street has open spots for 10+ trees then apply for a grant from Openlands. More details below.

For one or just a few trees, go through the city’s 311 online system (search tree planting) or call 311:

https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/311.html

It takes time for requests to get fulfilled. My request took a couple of years before I got a call and something happened.

When I talked to one of the guys who runs tree planting for the city he said they plant trees based on demand. If no requests are made, no trees get planted. Be specific with your requests. For example, one tree at the curb outside XXXX S Calumet. The number of trees the city plants depends on the budget for the year. If the budget doesn’t cover the full list for the city (typical), then the list rolls over to the next year.

If you have space for 10+ trees then apply for a grant from Openlands:

https://openlands.org/trees/treeplanters-grants/

They will plant on city public land. Public land is considered to be the parkways between the curb and the sidewalk in front of residential houses, CPS school property, and some vacant lots. You need to organize a group of volunteers to help with planting. For example, neighbors, school group, church group, block club, etc.

Last Fall our group of neighbors planted 40 trees on two blocks in the neighborhood. It was a nice neighborhood event and a great way to fill in empty spots along the street that were missing trees.

Make the South Side even more beautiful!

    City of Chicago :: 311 City Services
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    https://www.cityofchicago.org

Apr 04

50 years later, Hyde Park and the Herald remember Dr. King

Chicago Public Schools changed the name of Forrestville High School, 4445 S. Drexel Blvd., in Bronzeville to King College Prep in 1971.Dr. King’s commitment to peace and...

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That night, a man was shot in the leg in a robbery at 52nd Street and Harper Avenue and a convertible was overturned at 54th Street and Dorchester Avenue.

That night, a man was shot in the leg in a robbery at 52nd Street and Harper Avenue and a convertible was overturned at 54th Street and Dorchester Avenue.

The Herald reported that supermarkets were open and busy on Saturday but, under police advisory, bars and liquor stores were closed all weekend. Rockefeller Chapel, 5850 S. Woodlawn Ave., held an ecumenical service at 4 p.m.

Two Harper Court storefront windows were shattered that night, but Hyde Park and Kenwood remained relatively calm over the course of the weekend. Riots occurred in Woodlawn and in...

...the Southern Christian Leadership Conference along with 47 other area businesses including Hyde Park Bank, 1525 E. 53rd St.;Kimbark Liquors, 1214 E. 53rd St.; the Medici Coffee House, 1327 E. 57th St.; and...

...with 47 other area businesses including Hyde Park Bank, 1525 E. 53rd St.;Kimbark Liquors, 1214 E. 53rd St.; the Medici Coffee House, 1327 E. 57th St.; and the former Baskin-Robbins where, 21...

...Bank, 1525 E. 53rd St.;Kimbark Liquors, 1214 E. 53rd St.; the Medici Coffee House, 1327 E. 57th St.; and the former Baskin-Robbins where, 21 years later, Barack and Michelle Obama would enjoy...

The next day I went home to Hyde Park, where I was living at the time at 57th and Kimbark.

Jay: My wife and I were living in this nice but very small apartment right after we got married at Kimbark and 53rd Street. We were listening to the radio, not expecting anything. When Dr. King went to Memphis, it was nothing special to us. He was always traveling around.

    50 years later, Hyde Park and the Herald remember Dr. King - hpherald.com
    By AARON GETTINGER Staff Writer "We have also come here today to remind Chicago of the fierce urgency of now. This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy.
    https://hpherald.com

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