RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Chicago Housing Authority

A collection of news and information related to Chicago Housing Authority published by this site and its partners.

Top Chicago Housing Authority Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Agencies in Maryland dodge furloughs — for now

    Agencies in Maryland dodge furloughs — for now
    A month after across-the-board federal spending cuts began, there are signs that one of the most troubling potential consequences for Maryland — the furloughing of federal employees — might not be as widespread as initially feared. But the...
  • City of Chicago holds job fair

    City of Chicago holds job fair
       The City of Chicago is holding its first-ever job fair on Friday.     The city is looking to fill hundreds of positions, and there are also openings at the CTA, Chicago Public Schools, The City Colleges, The Park District, and the Chicago Housing...
  • Sister Louis Mary Battle, Stella Maris administrator

    Sister Louis Mary Battle, Stella Maris administrator
    Sister Louis Mary Battle, a medical administrator who was called the vision behind the expansion of care for the elderly, dementia patients and the dying at Stella Maris in Timonium, died Friday of complications from autoimmune disease and...
  • Glendale gives blessing for $13-million bond deal for senior housing project

    An affordable housing developer is set to receive $13 million in private revenue bonds to rehabilitate a 98-unit building in Glendale for “very low” income seniors. This is the second time this year Southern California Presbyterian Homes...
  • Healthy Harford Day celebration linked with other community health initiatives

    Healthy Harford organizers are reminding residents to mark their calendars to participate in this year's Healthy Harford Day Saturday, Oct. 13 from 8 to 11 a.m. Held in conjunction with the Bel Air Farmers Market at the corner of Hays and Thomas Streets...
  • Ground broken for Target store on old Cabrini-Green land

    Ground broken for Target store on old Cabrini-Green land
    Times have changed at the old sight of a sprawling Chicago public housing complex. A Target store is about to go up where Cabrini-Green once stood. City officials broke ground on the new store at Division and Larrabee on the near North Side Thursday....
  • Fire fans set stands ablaze with intricate displays

    Fire fans set stands ablaze with intricate displays
    The sharp footwork on the field at Toyota Park isn't the only teamwork you'll find taking place at Chicago Fire games.   And yet to the casual fan, the action taking place as Section 8 unfurls its latest colorful tifo display can be just as...
  • Tifos are a huge undertaking for fan volunteers

    Tifos are a huge undertaking for fan volunteers
    Putting on a good show is rarely cheap, and 33-year-old Eric Kekeis, a metallurgist from Highland, Ind., said creating tifos for the Chicago Fire and Section 8 is no different.   "Everybody that doesn't deal with this doesn't realize the amount of money...
  • Memorable tifos over the years

    Section 8 has earned a reputation for producing some creative displays over the years.   Perhaps the most famous was the Super Mario Bros. tifo from September 2010 during a game against the Seattle Sounders. The tifo featured Mario superimposed against...
  • Editorial: Sequester Hitting Poor Where They Live

    Editorial: Sequester Hitting Poor Where They Live
    If you were entertaining the notion that the so-called sequester is really a good idea, it isn't. It may end up putting hundreds of poor Connecticut families out on the street. That is just one of many adverse effects beginning to take shape as a result...
  • Study explores why some families return to poor neighborhoods

    Study explores why some families return to poor neighborhoods
    When it was introduced in 1994, the federal housing experiment Moving to Opportunity was, to some, a means to rectify poverty. To others, it was a way for cities to dump their poorest residents on the suburbs. Many deemed it a failure, and officials...