- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Save A Lot Will Take Over Closed Englewood Whole Foods, Outraging Neighbors
Save A Lot signs are up on the closed store. Yellow Banana, which operates 38 stores under the Save A Lot name, previously told Block Club the company signed a lease for the space but would not confirm the grocer at the time.
Deadly Fire In Kenwood High-Rise Was Caused By Someone Smoking In A Bedroom, Fire Officials Say
A smoke detector was not working in the 15th-floor apartment where the fire started Wednesday at the Harper Square Cooperative, officials said.
The Chainsmokers, Miranda Lambert To Headline Chicago’s 1st NASCAR Street Race In July
General admission tickets for the two-day event go on sale Feb. 2.
5 Candidates Vying To Unseat Lightfoot-Appointed Ald. Timmy Knudsen In 43rd Ward Race
Steve Botsford, Brian Comer, Rebecca Janowitz, Steven McClellan and Wendi Taylor Nations are in the mix to deny Knudsen his first full term in City Council.
Lincoln Park Aldermanic Hopefuls Pledge More Neighbor Involvement, Better Public Transit If Elected
The six hopefuls for the 43rd Ward race shared similar priorities at a community forum, but they are split on a City Council-backed dispensary slated to replace the former Salt n’ Pepper Diner.
4th Ward Candidates Talk Cops, Public Safety At First Aldermanic Forum
The challengers will meet again in the South Loop for another forum in February.
Logan Square Groups Unite To Fund Snow Removal Near Monument, Blue Line For 8th Year
Locals are again paying for crews to remove snow from the area surrounding the Logan Square Monument so neighbors can more easily traverse the heart of the neighborhood during major snowfalls.
46th Ward Candidates To Face Off In Uptown Forum Tuesday
Six candidates are vying to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman (46th).
Downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly, Who Fought The Casino, Wants Lightfoot Out As He Eyes 5th Term
The 42nd Ward alderman, first elected in 2007, has never faced an opponent in four reelection bids. In his next term, he wants to kill the deal to bring NASCAR races Downtown streets.
Ukrainian National Museum Hosting Blood Drive As ‘Thank You’ To Community For Support During War
The event is Feb. 1 in Ukrainian Village. Appointments are encouraged.
The Shedd Aquarium’s Otters Are Very Into This Week’s Snow
A new video shows two otters, Cooper and Watson, playing in the snow.
From Ukraine To UIC: Alex Hodovanets Is Living His Dream In Chicago Nearly A Year After War Began
The 18-year-old was stranded in the United States last year after Russia invaded Ukraine. Now, he's pursuing a college degree in Chicago and raising money to cover tuition and expenses.
West Side Forum Will Feature 29th Ward, Police District Candidates
The candidates will be asked questions by a panel of Gen Z community members, an organizer said.
All-Affordable Apartment Building At Edgewater Streets & San Depot Unveiled With Alderman ‘Deeply Invested’
The proposal calls for redeveloping a Streets and Sanitation depot on Broadway into an 11-story apartment building with all-affordable units.
Pilsen Residents Can Meet With Cook County Assessor To Discuss Recent Property Tax Increase
The community meeting is 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Benito Juarez High School.
Indoor Batting Spot, The Cage Chicago, Aims To Boost Youth Sports Community On Northwest Side
Jesus Quintana and his co-owner opened The Cage Chicago in late December. He said supporting young female athletes and giving kids a space to practice motivated him to start the business.
Refill Your Shampoo Bottles And Bulk Food Jars At New Zero-Waste Shop In Humboldt Park
The Refilleri has taken over the former Space Oddities spot on California Avenue.
57th Street, DuSable Lake Shore Drive Intersection Will Fully Reopen Soon
All lanes at the intersection will reopen the week of Feb. 6, officials said. Other ongoing road closures and narrowings in Jackson Park will remain as road work continues for the Obama Presidential Center.
‘Doomsday Clock’ Sets New, Foreboding Record As It’s Moved Only 90 Seconds To Midnight
Russia's war in Ukraine is the main reason the infamous "Doomsday Clock" hosted at the University of Chicago has moved closer than ever to midnight.
Controversial West Side Cop Academy Opens After Years Of Pushback From Activists
The campus will be used to train first responders from the Police and Fire departments. It features a "tactical village" that resembles a neighborhood.