Chance the Snapper is held by Frank Robb as Chicago Park District CEO Mike Kelly and Chicago Animal Care and Control Director Kelley Gandurski look on.Chicago Park District

Chance The Snapper Rescue Cost The City $33,649, Records Show

Frank Robb, the gator trapper who caught the alligator, was paid $2,500 for the work that made him a Chicago superstar.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published
Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published

Xquina Cafe Community Hub Officially Underway On 26th Street In Little Village: ‘This Is A Big Day’

“This project will become an educational ecosystem for Black and Brown entrepreneurs here and in our surrounding communities," one leader on the project said.

Bronzeville, Near South Side Primary category in which blog post is published

Hundreds Of Chicagoans Protest Throughout City In Honor Of Breonna Taylor: ‘It’s Hard Being Out Here Again’

Only one officer faces criminal charges for firing into neighboring apartments during the raid of Breonna Taylor's apartment in March. None were charged with fatally shooting her.

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Boystown, Chicago’s Famed LGBTQ Neighborhood, Now Will Be Known As Northalsted

The Northalsted Business Alliance will no longer use "Boystown" in its neighborhood marketing campaigns to "ensure all members of the LGBTQ community feel welcome," leaders announced Wednesday.