Some Chicagoans believe honking while exiting an alley protects pedestrians.rickety schorr / Flickr

Why Do Chicagoans Honk In Alleys? Some Say It’s The Law — But Police Beg To Differ

Many Chicagoans believe honking while exiting an alley protects pedestrians – but it should never replace braking and exiting slowly, police say.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

$22.8 Million City ‘Wellness’ Program Has No Proven Benefits, City Watchdog Says

Inspector General Joe Ferguson said the city has taken no steps to show the program works.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published

Avondale Food Pantry Closed Monday Because Manager Hurt In Hit-And-Run While Waiting For Food Dropoff

Up to 50 people were left without food after the manager at Sabeel Food Pantry at 3031 W. Belmont Ave. was hit.