Articles By Joe Ward
Rogers Park neighbors are being asked to curate and maintain the memorial to victims of police violence.
The announcement comes as more than 40 percent of Chicagoans have yet to respond to the population count.
Dangerous wave conditions and possible lake shore flooding remain a possibility Tuesday, the National Weather Service said.
Each letter in the massive mural was painted by a different Chicago artist.
CPS Parents, Teachers Say They’re Frustrated By Vague Reopening Plans: ‘I Do Not Want To Be An Experiment’
The Chicago Teachers Union wants CPS to scrap its hybrid model and focus on a remote learning plan for the start of the school year.
The nearly 120-year-old home will be preserved by its new owner, according to sources.
After two months of daily protests, the final Honk for Justice event is Saturday in Rogers Park.
Four mosaics will be installed throughout the neighborhood this year.
Known for house music and an inviting atmosphere with no dress code, Le Nocturne may not make it through the year without the support of neighbors.