Active Shooter Training In Loop Goes Epically Wrong After Police, Office Workers Not Notified In Advance
One witness said people could be seen fleeing from the building sobbing.
After 61 Years Of Making The Gold Coast Accessible To All, Area’s Magnificent Garden Walk Is Canceled: ‘I Hope That It Comes Back’By Emeline Posner Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Border Patrol agents are refusing to release them until their parents, who happen to be undocumented arrive, an immigrant organizer said.
The Rogers Park Business Alliance and The Recyclery Collective, who plans to fill potholes with art, were two of three Chicago groups that won the AARP grant.
Throwback Thursday: A Look Back At Logan Square’s Father And Son Corner As 1940s-Era Restaurant Prepares To Close
Should a developer tear down the one-story building, the neighborhood will lose a piece of history.
The day-long party will include concerts, a garden walk, art-making sessions and more.
Superkhana International is all about "creative interpretations of traditional Indian cuisine." Expect dishes like butter chicken supreme, a naan calzone stuffed with butter chicken, mozzarella and amul cheese.
One of the two proposed projects, a 7-unit complex in the East Village, has received opposition from neighbors.
The deadline to appeal your property tax bill is July 26.
Service At Troubled Bronzeville Post Office Improving, Ald. Says, But ‘Still Not Where It Should Be’
Fewer neighbors attended the meeting, but those who did are still not thrilled with the service at their neighborhood post office.
The idea that a casino be built in Bronzeville is "appalling and offensive," Ald. Sophia King says. "It would be like putting a casino in Harlem.”