Pullman Artspace Lofts Open In Restored 1880s Buildings, Marking Neighborhood’s First Residential Development In 60 Years
A collaboration of nonprofit groups worked to rehab two long-vacant buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Culver’s Breaks Ground In Pullman As Push To Bring More Business To Neighborhood Rolls On
Baron Waller and business partner Ronald Wells were enticed to the site with a $250,000 grant from the city's Neighborhood Opportunity Fund,
Culver’s Coming To Pullman This Spring, With Construction Starting Tuesday
Officials will kick off construction of the newest branch of the Wisconsin chain, which is known for its butter burgers and frozen custard.
Pullman Investment, Including 1,500 New Jobs In 10 Years, Could Serve As Model, Study Says
Next week's ribbon-cutting of a new Amazon distribution center is the latest investment in the Far South Side community.
Hard-Hit South Side Business Owners Get Checks Thanks To These Women’s Fundraising Drive
Candice Payne and Arsiak Vartenian raised thousands of dollars to help South Side businesses.
Kayla Mahaffey’s New Mural Brightens Calumet Heights Community Center
“I wanted to show and bring that little spark of hope and hopefully someone will see it and think about working together and helping one another to be better," the artist said.
Ground Broken On Pullman Clock Tower Restoration As Labor Day Celebrated At Historic Strike Site
The clock tower restoration is part of $34 million in restoration work happening in the historic Pullman District.
‘This Is Our City’: Volunteers Come Out For Neighborhood Cleanup Day
Volunteers cleaned up lots in West Pullman and Homan Square as part of a wider beautification effort.
Black And Brown Unity Mural Goes Up In Pilsen After Original Piece Was Painted Over
“This mural for me symbolizes unity for the community, that we all stand strong together no matter what,” one artist said.
35 Historic But Vacant Pullman Row Houses To Be Rehabbed And Sold
The homes are part of the Pullman railroad company's historic neighborhood but have fallen into disrepair.
Artist SentRock Giving Away Bulls Hats, Masks At Pilsen Donation Drive Friday
The Pilsen-based artist created his take on the Bulls logo for what was to be a hat giveaway by the Bulls this season.
13-Year-Old Bicyclist Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver Had Just Gotten His First Bike
Issac Martinez, 13, was killed Sunday evening. Mourners formed a "human protected bike lane" Tuesday evening in his honor.
Move-In Day Arrives For New Habitat For Humanity Homeowners In West Pullman
Habitat for Humanity is building a stretch of homes on the Far South Side. The graduates of its Affordable Homeownership Program began moving in.
‘Roseland Give & Go’ Event To Help Neighbors Coming To Old Gately’s Site Saturday
Available essentials include: masks, diapers, hand sanitizer, feminine products, baby food/ formula, shampoo/conditioner, body soap, toothbrushes/toothpaste and canned goods.
Fundraiser To Help Paleta Man Retire Goes Viral, Reaches Nearly $40,000
Michaelangelo Mosqueda and Karen Gonzalez bought all of Don Rosario's paletas on Father's Day to let him enjoy the day. Then they launched a GoFundMe.
Chicago Artists Team Up To Create Unity Mural On 79th Street
Nine Chicago mural artists began work this weekend on a unity mural across the street from the Avalon Regal Theater.
Roseland Matters Marks Juneteenth With Community Party, Food Distribution
“Roseland Matters does whatever the community needs,” said Marc Pullins, the group's executive director.
East Side Black Lives Matter March Includes Call For Solidarity, Awareness
Protesters marched through East Side, stopping for "teach-in" moments along the way.
Food And Masks To Be Given Away In Rosemoor Parking Lot Friday
Supplies can be picked up in the parking lot at 209 E. 103rd Street, across from the Metropolitan Family Services office.
Free Dog And Cat Food To Be Distributed To Pet Owners In Roseland, East Garfield Park Wednesday
“We’re still trying to rebound from the looting, and with COVID-19 still going around, people don’t have work, people are struggling and we’re trying to help out every way we can,” Ald. Anthony Beale said.