CHA Honors Longest-Serving Employee The Chicago Housing Authority honored its longest-serving employee on Monday.
Architects Selected To Design New Library And Housing FacilitiesThree architecture firms were announced that will design new Chicago Public Library branches that are co-located with housing facilities.
Rogers Park Seniors Oppose Plan To Turn Community Room Into TargetChanting “No vote on Target,” residents of the 22-story Caroline Hedger Apartments at Sheridan Road and Devon Avenue spoke a CHA board meeting at 48th and Wabash on Tuesday, urging the board to reject the plan.
Young CHA Residents Become Documentary FilmmakersSome Chicago public housing residents have put their experiences on the big screen.
Single Mom Becomes First-Time Homeowner For The HolidaysA single mother was welcomed to her new home on the Southwest Side on Tuesday, thanks to assistance from a home ownership program at the Chicago Housing Authority.
City To Expand Library Facilities In Public Housing DevelopmentsLibrary Commissioner Brian Bannon said the new facilities would be built in the CHA’s Roosevelt, Northtown, and Independence communities.
Public Housing Advocates Urge Aldermen To Vote On CHA OverhaulMore than 100 activists gathered outside City Hall on Wednesday, ahead of a City Council Housing Committee hearing, calling on aldermen to pass a long-stalled proposal to overhaul the Chicago Housing Authority.
2 Investigators: CHA Collecting Millions In Tax Dollars For Mostly Vacant Housing ComplexCBS 2's Dave Savini investigates the city's handling of your money.
Operation Warm Hands Out Thousands Of Winter Coats At Annual Give-AwayA big crowd showed up on a cold morning to get warm winter coats in the Chicago Housing Authority's Eighth Annual Coat Give-Away, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
HUD Secretary Troubled By CHA Hoarding MillionsThe Obama administration expressed concerns Wednesday about the millions of dollars in funds the Chicago Housing Authority has been hoarding in a great time of need, but said it appears problems are on their way to being solved.
CHA Getting $3M In Federal Funds For Jobs Program At Altgeld GardensThe Altgeld Gardens public housing development on the South Side has been awarded $3 million by the federal government to use to train residents for the workforce and eventual self-sufficiency.
Bronzeville Residents Slam CHA For Giving Public Housing Land To Mariano'sSouth Side residents expressed frustration Thursday with the pace of replacing public housing that was torn down at the site of what will become a Mariano’s grocery store in Bronzeville.