Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
The forum's focus was on affordable housing and holding big-money newcomers accountable to the neighborhood.
"New Yorkers wouldn't allow this to happen to Central Park. We shouldn't allow it to happen here," one Jackson Park Watch leader said.
Can E.G. Woode Transform Englewood? South Side Entrepreneurs Unite To Help Black-Owned Businesses Thrive
An audacious new project in Englewood may be the key to revitalizing the community.
The 4th Ward alderman will host three "State of the Ward" addresses ahead of next month's election.
Do You Have Stuff Teachers Need? Annual ‘Swap Circle’ Is Looking For Volunteers And Donated Supplies
Chicago Creative Reuse Exchange is asking for donations for next week's Teacher Swap Circle event.
After a long campaign, the two candidates will face each other in a 90-minute forum Saturday morning.
Chatham’s Whitney Young Library Opens After $12 Million Makeover, Now Offers 3D Printing, Recording Studio And More
A technology hub, digital skills lab and a new garden are among the renovated building's new amenities.
Englewood Residents Grill Garry McCarthy On Police Reform: ‘He’s Willing To Face The People,’ Organizers Say
McCarthy talked corruption and reform with Englewood residents, promising to do right by them.
Englewood alderman hopes local officials will rally around a beleaguered veterans' group in danger of losing their home.