Articles By Alex V. Hernandez
Drunken Man Dubbed ‘Harry McDrunkbeard’ Trashes Laurie’s Planet Of Sound Neon Sign On St. Patrick’s Day, Record Store Says
"Old Harry absolutely destroyed the neon sign. Police were called," the record store owners wrote in a Facebook post.
After Complaints About Preschoolers In The Woods, Laurino Creates Commission To Oversee North Park Village Nature Center
The new eight-person commission will be appointed by the mayor.
Once the project — including a path under the bridge — is complete, it will allow for a continuous path from Belmont Avenue to Montrose Avenue along the river.
More than 450 people attended Monday night's forum at Amundsen High School. This is the first runoff O’Connor has been in since first being elected to the 40th Ward seat in 1983.
Duck With Plastic 6-Pack Holder Around Head Still Hasn’t Been Found, But He’s Inspired A Chicago River Cleanup
The army of rescuers who aim to help the duck have affectionately named him Ringo.
“The outpour of support has been awesome and we're really grateful and it's resolved us to work very hard to stay and hit our goal.”
"I’m very sorry about the homophobic, misogynistic and offensive things I said. There’s no excuse for it," said Vasquez, a former battle rapper.
Waters Elementary’s New Annex Set To Break Ground This Spring (And It’s Not On Top Of The Garden After All)
Construction of the new three-story annex is expected to be completed by August 2020.
Al-Khyam Bakery And Grocery’s Owner, ‘The Original Pita King,’ Plans To Retire, But He Wants The Business To Live On
The grocery store closed last September for renovations but Mounsef’s bakery is still in operation supplying pitas to Chicago-area grocery stores and restaurants.