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Stories of the people who are transforming their community from the inside out.
Coyotes have made a remarkable comeback in Chicago.
We cycled a few of the wildlife corridors designated in the city’s Green Connections Plan.
Chicago is a dangerous place for migrating birds.
The monarch butterfly’s remarkable migration is in peril. Could cities come to the rescue?
It’s a seemingly impossible task: cataloguing every wild plant species in Central Park.
Want to know what Chicago looked like 200 years ago? Head to the city’s southeast corner.
The salt marshes in New York's Jamaica Bay support endangered birds and rare turtles.
Alivio Medical Center serves as a bilingual, bicultural, nonprofit community health center
Alma Silva has four daughters, the youngest are twins and U.S. citizens, born in Chicago.
The all-night “Camp Out for Peace” was conducted by twenty community organizations.
The Catholic Community of Pilsen, or CCP, was victorious in securing additional pick-ups.
Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy prepares students for careers in health care.
A young Mexican-American teenager who is committed to mariachi music.
Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy has bolstered the services offered to students.
Community organizers registered new voters and urged residents and citizens to vote.