Articles By Joe Ward
A fight in the 1600 block of West Howard Street is being investigated by the Chicago Police's Civil Rights unit.
Can Any Rogers Park Beaches Be Saved? Crews Work To Protect Howard Beach’s Remaining Shoreline As Lake Swells
Work has wrapped up at Juneway Beach, where the city erected a massive rock wall to fight shoreline erosion.
The Wooden Spoon will raffle off cooking classes and have a prize wheel at the store Saturday.
Macksantino Webb was fatally shot while standing on the Red Line platform Tuesday. "It's time we stop having to walk behind the caskets of black boys," his uncle said.
The craft fair would bring 176 booths and as many as 300 vendors to Clark Street in Andersonville.
Oner Hasturk's new shop also features products from other local makers — from terrariums to a wall of miniature paintings.
The 20-year-old man was standing on the Red Line platform when he was fatally shot, according to police.
The winter celebration features a holiday fair, live performances and menu sampling.
Neighbors want Ald. Matt Martin to approve a zoning change to stop developers from razing historic homes and building condos in their place.