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*FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE* Englewood Youth Police Baseball League Opening

On Thursday June 29, 2017 at 4PM, the Englewood Youth Police Baseball League will host its season opener!

Englewood Quality of Life Quarterly Meeting

The Quality of Life Plan hosted its second quarterly meeting. Check out what we've been up to the past few months. 

Englewood Codes Demo Day

Students from Perkins Bass Elementary and Nicholson STEM Academy presented their apps they created during a 10-week coding afterschool program.

Englewood Quality of Life Public Safety Taskforce “Rocks the Beat”!

The Englewood Quality of Life Public Safety Taskforce secures funding to promote safe and supportive communities this summer. 

"Welcome to Englewood" Sign Unveiling

"It’s the first documented sign here in the Englewood Community. I listened to my residents. I went on a listening tour. I went around and asked my residents what do they want to see happen in this community with this fund from LISC Chicago. One of the things they suggested was a landmark sign to express the good in Englewood to bring about beautification." Rashanah Baldwin

Batter Up! Englewood Police Youth Baseball League!

The brisk spring afternoon didn't stop our kids from their first day of practice.

Juan Salgado, CCC Chancellor, Comes to Kennedy King College in Englewood on First Day

"We face unprecented budget restraints. City colleges has been treching $70M in stalemate in the last three years. Its a lot to overcome. And yet, we must ensure that these harsh realities do not harshen our students' experiences, or limit their access."

When the Community Takes to the Streets... and Cleans Them

On Saturday, we celebrated the 5th Annual Greater Englewood Unity Day. Check out the highlights here...

"New Englewood High School Should Combine 4 Schools Into Robeson, Group Says"

"The proposal comes as schools in Englewood are showing improvement, according to the presentation. Schools in "good standing" rose by 20 percent, while the number students performing at grade level has been trending upward for three years in a row."

Quality of Life Housing Taskforce: CCNRA Planning Session

In January, Commissioner Richard Boykin introduced legislation to provide free homes to city public safety and education employees. These homes would be located within five pilot areas, including Englewood. While the intent was to improve the economic vitality of our communities, we are being left out on of the the sole beneficiaries. 

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