A car caravan in support of the Chicago Teachers Union takes place around City Hall on the fourth day of no school for CPS students amid ongoing challenges with the pandemic, on Jan. 10, 2022.
Baby Who Survived Shooting At 1 Month Old Will Celebrate 1st Birthday — And All Of Englewood Is Invited
Terriana Smith was shot in the head in July 2021, but she's recovered well. She's walking and loves "Baby Shark," relatives said. Neighbors are invited to celebrate her birthday Saturday.
Owner Of Edgewater’s Epworth Church Withdraws Demolition Permit As Landmark Process Moves Forward
The buyer of the 130-year-old church sought a demolition permit for a planned condo development. Those plans have changed after Ald. Harry Osterman (48th) endorsed landmark status for the church.
Black Development Duo Bringing More Restaurants, Retail and Housing To 51st Street Corridor
Policy Kings will include apartments, retail and restaurants in the former space of Cain's Barber College. The first stores could open as soon as October.
After Marine Veteran Critically Injured In Irving Park Hit-And-Run, Friends Raise Money For His Recovery
Family said Raul Basulto, a father of triplets, could lose his leg after the May 14 crash. Police are looking for the truck driver involved.