5 days ago
A white/black shih tzu was found early this morning around Carmen & Oak Park. The dog was brought to the 16th police station. Please pass the news to neighbors.
- 5400 block N. Oriole Ave. Comment
Updated Jun 08
Per June 6, 2018 Chicago Tribune Editorial at:http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/editorials/ct-edit-affordable-housing-northwest-side-20180530-story.html
Jun 01 2016
Updated Jun 04
Looking for a company to paint the outside of our house (siding). Anyone have a recommendation? Thanks!
Updated Jun 01
Operation Help A Hero
There are hundreds of homeless Veterans in Chicago. The City of Chicago is working hard to create a system where any episode of homelessness is rare and brief through the End Veterans Homelessness Initiative (EVHI). As we house these veterans, the transition from shelter or transitional housing to permanent housing, means many veterans do not have basic items to set up a home. Mayor Emanuel, the City Council, and Jewel-Osco are joining together in the month of June to help homeless Veterans in Chicago by creating move-in kits. Please help by donating new household items.
Immaculate Conception School 7263 W. Talcott is offering Summer Camp beginning Monday, June 11 - Friday, August 17, 2018. We offer sign up for a full week or any number of days per week. For more information or to request a registration packet please email Dawn LaVeau, Summer Camp Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (224) 935-6868.
Big News on the @mattnmikes front! Super kid Bars are now available at Happy Foods - Edison Park 6783 N Northwest Hwy
As always they are also available at mattnmikes.com Right now use the code SPRING for 30% off a one time order (or just run out to Happy Foods so you don’t have to wait on delivery 😁) #superkids #superfoods #snacksmartfromthestart
Updated Apr 29
Spread the word to all of your friends in the ward about the opportunity to have a say on how the 41st Ward budget of $1million gets allocated.
First, you will be asked to vote on the % of the budget that gets spent on street resurfacing.
Second, you will be asked to vote on how the remaining money should be allocated by ranking 3 bundled community project packages. One of these packages includes the repair/replacement of the NORWOOD PARK sign near the train station. Each voter can rank the projects (from 1 - 3) in order of importance to them.
Voting through 5/11 @ Alderman Napolitano's office:
7442 N Harlem Ave
Mon. 9am-7pm, Tu-Fri 9am-5pm