Articles By Jamie Nesbitt Golden
Vanessa Johnson beat out 15,000 other applicants to win a newly rehabbed three-bedroom Washington Heights bungalow.
Local clergy hope to turn their plan to erase medical debt into a national movement.
"If you continue to do this, you're going to have a bigger problem on your hands," warned one resident.
Annual architectural tour Open House Chicago will highlight several Englewood sites Saturday and Sunday.
As Walgreens Closes Calumet Heights Store, Residents Ask: ‘Why Is It Always Stores In Black Neighborhoods?’
Ald. Greg Mitchell will host a meeting so residents can sound off ahead of the store's Nov. 11 closure.
"He doesn't do anything. He doesn't bother anybody. It doesn't make sense."
Get A Month’s Utility Bill Paid Under CEDA’s Low-Income Home Energy Program Now Open To Residents In Need
Eligible households can receive assistance with overdue utility bills.
The project, created by Norman W. Long, is a love letter to the neighborhood that built him.
The convention returns after a seven-year absence with new organizers and a renewed purpose.