Mentor Steps In For Boy Who Was Caught Vandalizing Seniors' Building And Was Sent Back By His Mom To ApologizeCBS 2 this week told you the story of young boys vandalizing a senior home in West Pullman, and how a mother of one of the young boys forced him to fess up. On Wednesday, CBS 2’s Marissa Parra followed up on how a local mentor is stepping up now too.
After Seeing 10-Year-Old Son On News Vandalizing West Pullman Seniors' Building, Mom Brings Him Right Back To Apologize And Learn A LessonVideo we showed Monday night at 10 p.m. showed children 10 and younger vandalizing a building for seniors in the West Pullman neighborhood and leaving them terrorized. It turns out a mother was watching in disbelief.
Seniors Left Terrorized After Children, Apparently Younger Than 10, Vandalize West Pullman BuildingChildren were caught on camera vandalizing a building for seniors in the West Pullman neighborhood, leaving them terrorized.
Aldermen Approve New Protections For Seniors In Buildings Facing RenovationThe City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a measure that lays out several deadlines building owners who receive public funds would have to meet before relocating tenants in senior buildings.
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.
Man, 70, Was Selling Crack Cocaine At Senior Housing Complex: SheriffCook County sheriff’s police received a tip from the Cook County Housing Authority about drug sales at the Golden Towers Senior Community in Chicago Heights.
Seniors Sue Presbyterian Homes Over Plan To Force Them OutMore than 100 residents of three subsidized senior housing complexes owned by Evanston-based Presbyterian Homes have filed a lawsuit over the charity organization’s plans to sell its Chicago properties.
Seniors "In A State Of Shock" After Charity Reveals Plan To Sell Their HomesMore than 100 seniors living at three North Side apartment buildings subsidized by Presbyterian Homes have been left wondering where they’ll go; after the charity told them it’s selling the buildings, and residents will have to move.
NW Side Parish Converting Convent Into Senior Housing A Northwest Side parish is the first in Chicago that's moving to renovate an unused convent into apartments for seniors.
Forest Park Fire Forces 60 Seniors Out Of Their HomesOne minor injury was reported after an extra-alarm fire overnight at a senior citizens’ apartment complex in Forest Park.
Report: Developers Scrap Plans For Senior Housing At Old Lakeshore Athletic ClubDevelopers have dropped plans to turn the old Lakeshore Athletic Club building at 850 N. Lake Shore Dr. into senior housing, according to published reports.
LGBT Senior Housing Development To Go Ahead In BoystownA handful of housing projects designed specifically for LGBT senior citizens are springing up around the country, and Chicago is about to get one soon.
Federal Program To Provide Seniors With ComputersYou soon could be getting Facebook friend requests from grandma.