Articles By Hannah Boufford
The float, which tours the country as the "Trump Unity Bridge," is meant to inspire people, according to its creator. Some Chicagoans, however, were not thrilled.
A long-awaited plan to "detangle" the crowded Red, Brown and Purple line tracks in Lakeview is finally getting underway.
Known for its simple menu of shawarma or falafel, its white sauce and its flaming hot red sauce, the popular New York City street food came to Chicago in 2015.
‘Cooked’ Screening Brings Experts On 1995 Chicago Heat Wave Together To Discuss How Racism Fueled The Tragedy
Block Club Chicago reporter Jamie Nesbitt Golden will moderate a discussion following the film screening about the policies that led to such a disaster.
Bump-outs make crossing the street safer, Ald. Maria Hadden (49th) said in a Facebook post.
Florida Man Brought In To Catch Chance The Snapper, Humboldt Park Shut Down As Gator Search Continues
It's not clear if Alligator Bob, who has searched for the alligator for six days, is still part of the effort to find it. But he did pack up his traps before leaving the park Sunday.
CPS officials say the books were recycled and are conducting an "evaluation" of the confusing situation.
The Grounds for Peace program kicked off on Tuesday.
Organizers of the march are asking supporters with the means to donate through their GoFundMe page to help fund food, permits, ASL interpreters and more.