Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
A film crew trailed Mothers Against Senseless Killings founder Tamar Manasseh over the course of a year, chronicling the highs and lows of building a community as a Black Jewish woman.
Burlington's announcement follows the high-profile closure of two South Side Target stores in Chatham and Morgan Park last year.
The inaugural Parent Conference in Washington Park hopes to give parents the tools they need to help their students.
Richard Wooten's new app allows users to contact the authorities — and their loved ones — at the same time.
Hours After Anti-Violence March, Church Mentee Shot Dead Outside St. Sabina: ‘He Had Turned A Corner’
Emoni Atomah was an ambitious young man who had turned his life around, his mentor said.
Heated shelters, WiFi-equipped buses and roadway improvements that will cut travel times are all planned.
It’s Not Regular: In New Book, Organizer Jahmal Cole Shows Inequities Hiding In Plain Sight On South, West Sides
Ordering a meal through bulletproof glass shouldn't feel normal, Cole said. Nor should living in neighborhoods filled with currency exchanges and liquor stores.
"For so long, the aldermen of Englewood have not worked together," one alderman said. But the current crop of aldermen are trying to change that now.
A firefighter suffered minor injuries after a fire broke out in a home behind the Hyde Park Shopping Center Tuesday evening.