CHICAGO — It’s been a gloomy week, and an arctic blast is on the way.
But gray skies didn’t stop our team from exploring the neighborhoods and reporting the news. Here’s a look at the news of the week through the lenses of our Block Club staff.
Photos from this week:
Read more: Bucktown Students Launch Massive Cookie Sale To Help 8th-Graders Pay For DC Field Trip
Read more: Grieving Families Ask For Help After 3 Killed In Portage Park Shooting Following Birthday Party At Area Bar
Read more: Young Chicago Ball Players Learn About South Side’s Storied Negro Leagues With Shermann ‘Dilla’ Thomas
Read more: Pilsen Neighbor Brings Back Luminous Winter Wonderland For Holidays: ‘Who Doesn’t Love Christmas Lights?’
Read more: Jefferson Park Transit Center Bus Shelters Reopen After Being Closed For 10 Months
Read more: Irving Park Neighbors Come Together To Provide Hundreds Of Gifts For Kids In Need
Read more: Blocking Bike Lanes Could Get You A $250 Ticket — Or Towed— Under New Ordinance
Read more: Ald. Anabel Abarca Sworn In To Lead Southwest Side’s 12th Ward
Read more: Beloved Bucktown Mail Carrier Returns After Being Robbed At Gunpoint — And Neighbors Say They’ve Got His Back
Read more: Washington Park’s Christmas Tree Is Back — And This Time, The Whole Neighborhood Is Guarding It
Read more: Edgebrook Elementary School Parents ‘Terrified’ After Swastikas Repeatedly Found In Boys’ Bathroom