Decades Of Racist City Policies Pushed Polluters To The Southeast Side, Residents Say — And Feds Should Investigate
The city's push to allow General Iron to move from Lincoln Park to East Side triggered a federal complaint from environmental activists.
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After Owner Of Heirloom Books Dies, Friends Rally To Save Edgewater Store: ‘It’s More Than A Book Shop’
Chelsea Carr Rectanus opened Heirloom Books in 2017. She died this month after battling a longterm illness, according to her family.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday again made it clear she does not intend to defund the Chicago Police Department, but youth activists aren't giving up the fight.
A neighbor and customer launched a GoFundMe after downed power lines started a fire at the building.
The 120-unit building will rise on the former site of an Ace Hardware store. It will include a new Ace, a coffee shop and several other stores.
The ride will begin with a community resource expo and cookout starting at 5 p.m. at St. Agatha Catholic Church.
Lightfoot Reveals Police Reform Plan Created With Mayors From Across The Country — And Defunding Is Off The Table, She Says
The plan suggests cities put more money into social services and empower police chiefs to hold officers accountable, among other things.
It's not yet clear if Thursday's carjackings in Bucktown are related to two other carjackings from earlier in the week, police said.
The Aloha Mothership was advertised as a cool spot for bachelorette parties in Wicker Park, but a man was shot there over the weekend.
St. Ignatius Students, Alumni Speak Out About Racism On Campus Again — But Will Anyone Listen This Time?
Current and former students say they experienced racism and other forms of bigotry at the elite private high school — and administrators failed to address the problems.