Articles By Ariel Parrella-Aureli
The CPS school serves students ages 14 to 22 with intellectual disabilities and impaired adaptive functioning. “We really want to always look at what our students can do and not what they can’t do," its principal said.
“We did not want to see holiday money go to Amazon or big box stores so we were trying to provide a convenient way for folks in the area to shop local."
“These businesses have gone out of their way to support us over many years ... Let’s try to support them during this time. I want to see them survive.”
The battery charges come nearly two weeks after the attack at Chicago Women’s Park & Garden in the South Loop.
East Side Activists Bring Fight Against General Iron To Mayor Lightfoot’s Block: ‘We Need To Breathe Just Like Everybody Else’
"We are a dumping ground, we are the garbage can of the city," one Southeast Side resident said. "They don’t care about us, they don’t want to keep us safe or breathe the same clear, privileged air they breathe.”
Woman Who Attacked Teens For Chalking ‘Biden 2020’ In South Loop Park Identified — But Not Arrested, Victim Says
Community members sent tips to identify the woman seen attacking two teens. Still, the woman, who said her husband is a police officer, has not been arrested.
A woman and man harassed the teens, who were babysitting, and then hit them, pulled them down and kicked them, one of the victims said.
Writer Kate Sample hopes her Halloween decorations will bring cheer to neighbors during a challenging 2020. People have loved the display so much they've added their own Harry Potter trinkets, she said.
The closure also comes after a slew of anonymous allegations involving the gastropub's ownership and former chef were published on Instagram.