Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
Part of the U.S. Soccer Foundation's "It's Everybody's Game" initiative, the new soccer field will give South Side students the chance to learn about the sport.
Howard University and Hampton University took their rivalry to Soldier Field for the 22nd Annual Chicago Football Classic.
A coalition of local officials and activists are ready to bring the case for reparations to Chicago.
Roll N’ Pink Bike Ride Through Englewood Friday Aims To Raise Breast Cancer Awareness With Free Mammograms
The free neighborhood bike ride is teaming up with the Metropolitan Breast Cancer Task Force to bring more health resources to Englewood.
Blankets, towels, and canned food are among the items still needed, according to Ald. Raymond Lopez.
Englewood Nonprofit That Got $200,000 From NFL And Jay Z Under Fire For Dreadlock-Cutting, ‘All Lives Matter’ Tweets
The South Side boxing club aims to teach kids discipline and respect through boxing — but critics say the club's founder needs to be sensitive to the community she's working in.
Over 20 companies and organizations will be looking to hire at tomorrow's employment fair.
The two-day fest has steadily grown from a modest gathering of a few hundred people to one of the biggest events on the South Side.
Residents can apply to participate in a one-day lottery next week.