Author Jody LePage paid tribute to Sylvia Bell White, a former Fondy vendor, at the market’s annual Haymarket Days Celebration.
Next Door Foundation organized a softball game to strengthen relations between District 3 police and residents.
Time is running out for GED testers who have yet to pass all five exams. Changes in the test will force many to start over in January.
Harley-Davidson hosted street parties for African American and Hispanic riders during its recent 110th anniversary celebration.
After a summer of academic preparation, four students featured in a yearlong NNS series make the transition to college.
The Metcalfe Park Community Action Team offered health screenings, food and fun to neighborhood residents.
A new Safe & Sound organizer supported by the Zilber Family Foundation has begun going door to door in Clarke Square and Layton Boulevard West to enhance public safety.
A new family services center will host support groups and offer educational opportunities intended to address domestic and street violence.
North Side young people took the lead in planning an event to promote peace through art and music in Washington Park’s Fox Field.
The city and a Chicago-based foundation teamed up this summer to improve the look of boarded-up buildings in neighborhoods with a high rate of foreclosures.