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  • Emanuel names new acting CEO for the CHA

    Emanuel names new acting CEO for the CHA
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Saturday named his third Chicago Housing Authority head in four years, choosing the former CEO of the Toronto Community Housing Corp.
  • Lauranita Dugas, early childhood educator, dies at 88

     Lauranita Dugas, early childhood educator, dies at 88
    Lauranita Taylor Dugas was born into an accomplished family and added her own mark as an advocate of early childhood education. "She believed early childhood education was the key to success to support children and families," said Patsy Cooper, who co-...

    Gary GHA wins top HUD award

    At $3.44 million, the Gary Housing Authority is receiving the largest capital funding grant in the state Thursday from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The grants are aimed at letting agencies to make large-scale improvements to...

    Sue Brady, managed scattered-site public housing in Chicago, dies at 77

     Sue Brady, managed scattered-site public housing in Chicago, dies at 77
    Sue Brady was active in North Shore politics and served two terms as an Evanston alderman but will likely best be remembered for her work managing scattered-site public housing under a contract with the Chicago Housing Authority. "She was a...

    Shuttered CHA complex gets new life as artists' home

    Shuttered CHA complex gets new life as artists' home
    When the Chicago Housing Authority's Dante Harper Townhomes closed in 2007, it seemed to be another symbol of the continued decline of the once solidly working-class Grand Crossing neighborhood on the city's South Side. "They were nice buildings when...