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The new quality-of-life plan will be released at a meeting Saturday.

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Recipients of the DACA work permits can also get help connecting with mental health resources.

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The Resurrection Project will hold a housing fair Saturday to help South Side residents buy a home.

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Youths will camp out on South Side blocks plagued by gun violence over the next several weeks. 

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The new plan comes after Ald. Solis promised not to allow residences to be built "without concessions."

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From devastating unsolved arsons to Chicago's own Paleta Man, these are the stories that mattered most. 

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With an overnight camp out and peace march, Pilsen residents protested shootings in the neighborhood.

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People in Chicago's Latino communities "are scared and confused," a Resurrection Project leader said. 

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Ald. Danny Solis said affordable housing could be built at the site rezoned for industrial use.

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The Resurrection Project has bought the single room occupancy hotel and will rename it "Casa Del Sol." 

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Thirteen years ago, Maria Mateo was watching her seven-year-old daughter play when shots rang out. 

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The 45 units, operated by the Resurrection Project, will offer housing for working families in Pilsen. 

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College-bound students applying for financial aid can get some help from experts Saturday in Pilsen.

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See the new large-scale works before artists donate them to non-profits in the neighborhood.

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The shop at 1815 S. Paulina St. will open April 7 and replace one at the 18th Street Pink Line stop.