Feigenholtz applauds $15 million Tourism Attraction and Festivals Grant for Illinois tourism industry

Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity (DCEO) announced $15 million in funding to support tourism sector across Illinois, through the second round of the Tourism Attraction and Festivals Grant program offered by the State. Through the $15 million investment, which is now open for applicants, $5 million will be reserved for festivals, which serve as economic drivers while

A Letter to Community Leaders Regarding Crime

Dear Community Leaders,  The crime occurring around the country in every large city in the U.S. is complex. Simply said, crime is everywhere.  Earlier this year, we hosted a virtual community forum with Sheriff Tom Dart, who provided illuminating details on gaps in the criminal justice system, specifically electronic monitoring. In addition, Sheriff Dart provided honest answers to the attendees of the virtual town

Senator Sara Feigenholtz and Alderman Tom Tunney Unveil the Upgraded School Sign at Newly Named Harriet Tubman Elementary

Principal Gibson and Students invite the community for a celebration CHICAGO –  In celebration of Black History Month, State Senator Sara Feigenholtz and 44th Ward Alderman Tom Tunney will join Harriet Tubman Elementary Principal Kimberly Gibson, Local School Council Chairs, students, and Friends of Harriet Tubman to celebrate the unveiling of the new outdoor sign on Monday, February 14 at 1:45 p.m.   Agassiz Elementary