Michael Pfleger

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Auburn Gresham »

Salaam Restaurant's Fate Remains Uncertain

Residents said the Nation of Islam-run eatery has been closed for two months.

Auburn Gresham »

Pastors Urged to Reject Candidates Who Don't Advertise in Black-Owned Media

The Rev. Pfleger said candidates shouldn't speak at black churches if they don't invest in the community.

Kenwood »

Hadiya Pendleton's Family, Former Classmates Remember Slain Teen

King College Prep students and teachers read poems and sang songs to remember their slain classmate.

Auburn Gresham »

BJ's Market & Bakery Will Give Away 2,300 Free Dinners

For the fourth straight year BJ's Market & Bakery will give away 2,300 free dinners to the community.

Auburn Gresham »

Rev. Michael Pfleger Urges Employers To Hire Auburn Gresham Youths

A Monday rally at St. Sabina Church was attended by 100 youths looking for job opportunities.

Downtown »

Rahm Proposes Restrictions on E-Cigarettes

The devices would not be able to be used indoors and their sale would be limited to adults.

Auburn Gresham »

Joakim Noah Helps Gang Members Bury the Hatchet at St. Sabina Hoops Tourney

Grudges were buried at Saturday's Peace Tournament, but players said keeping the peace is up to them.

Auburn Gresham »

Operation Impact: Beat Cops on Street Cut Crime in Hot Spots, Mayor Says

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Garry McCarthy credited Operation Impact with a drop in crime stats.

Auburn Gresham »

Auburn Gresham Youth Center Celebrating 20th Anniversary

A gala celebrating the 20th anniversary for the ARK of St. Sabina is planned for September.

Bronzeville »

Rev. Pfleger to Aid Search for New Chief of Police Misconduct Office

The five-member panel named by the mayor includes a former Chicago police chief and 29th Ward alderman.

Englewood »

Rev. Pfleger: CeaseFire Threw Tio Hardiman 'Under the Bus'

The priest and others hit "rush to judgment" and lack of "due process" in former director's ouster.

Auburn Gresham »

Community Leaders Issue Call To Action To Address Violence

Activists, clergy and political leaders call adults to lead by example to address city violence.

Auburn Gresham »

Man Shot in the Head Listed in Critical Condition

The 20-year-old and his 15-year-old friend were shot Sunday night.

South Loop »

Chicago Leaders Unite Against 'Social Service Gangbanging'

The religious, social and government representatives agree they need to work together to reduce violence.

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