Feds Award $500K Grant To Gary For Neighborhood Redevelopment PlanThe city plans to use the grant to attract even more investments through a hyper-local approach to addressing problems in the University Park East neighborhood,
Two Dozen Chicago High Schools To Offer Free CondomsMayor Rahm Emanuel defended a plan to make condoms available at 24 high schools starting next school year, expanding an effort to reduce teen pregnancy and prevent the spread of sexually-transmitted diseases among youths.
CPS To Use Federal Grant To Improve Student HealthChicago Public Schools will use *federal grant money* in an effort to improve the health of its students.
Cook County State's Attorney Gets $500,000 To Fight Human TraffickingA total of $500,000 in federal grant money will allow a program to combat human trafficking to continue in Cook County.
State Gets $24 Million Grant To Fix Up Old, Dangerous MinesThe job of fixing up old, used-up mines in Illinois is getting a $24 million federal boost.
Federal Grant Issued For Security At G8, NATO SummitsChicago and Cook County are sharing more than $54 million in federal grant money to make the area secure, including a plan of action for the G8 and NATO summits.
City Receives $30.5 Million Grant To Revitalize Woodlawn NeighborhoodMayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday that the city has secured $30.5 million in federal funding to redevelop parts of the struggling Woodlawn neighborhood.
Federally-Sponsored Fresh Fruit Coming To Illinois SchoolsStudents from hundreds of Illinois schools will have access to a fresh treat throughout the school day this fall.
Norridge School Gets Federal Grant For Air Traffic SoundproofingA suburban high school is getting a lot of money to reduce the noise from planes flying into and out of O’Hare International Airport.
State To Get Word On High-Speed Rail GrantsIllinois should learn in the next month if it will receive additional high-speed rail grants from the Obama administration.
CTA To Test Electric BusesThe Chicago Transit Authority will soon have two electric buses on the roads, but how long can the buses travel with a load of passengers on a single charge in Chicago’s unpredictable weather?
Preckwinkle Wants Answers On Botched Flood ReliefCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle wants to know what went wrong with a program designed to help repair flood-damaged homes.