Part of the crowd that walked down Montrose Avenue on Nov. 6, 2019 during a take back our streets rally.alex v. hernandez/block club chicago

Fed Up With Violence, Irving Park Neighbors Form ‘Super Group’ Of Associations To Host Town Hall Meeting

Several existing neighborhood groups in the area are banding together to form the Northwest Safety Coalition.

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General Iron Seeks City Approval To Reopen As Activists Urge Shutdown To Continue Through COVID-19 Pandemic

It's not clear when the city inspections will take place or when the scrapper could reopen if given the green light.

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1,298 New Illinois Coronavirus Cases Reported As Positivity Rate Rises

The rate of positive coronavirus cases is now at 4 percent, up from 2.6 percent a month ago.

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Wicker Park Farmers Market Feud: After Longtime Vendor Booted For Mask Violations, Supporters Slam Market Organizers

For the first time in 20 years, Nichols Farm & Orchard did not operate a booth Sunday. Market organizers said the farm wouldn't comply with COVID-19 safety measures, but the farm's owner alleges a personal vendetta.