Articles By Mauricio Peña
The alleged gunman walked into a bicycle shop to have a repair made on his bike, according to the police department.
The developer will pay $7.6 million into a city fund and offer some affordable retail space for "mom-and-pop businesses," Ald. Burnett said.
"I didn’t expect or envision this. I really didn’t. I was thinking of getting a small loan of some sort to help me out," Mario Nieto Hernandez said of the outpouring of support.
From chicken in mole poblano to tacos, chef Bernardino Ocotl aims to offer fresh flavors at the new restaurant and bar, 1104 W. 18th St.
The woman was walking with a crowd of people in the 200 block of North Milwaukee Avenue when a man on a bicycle fired shots, police said.
Introduced by Pilsen Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez, the ordinance looks to curb "predatory tactics" to get homeowners in gentrifying neighborhoods to sell their property.
Convicted Of A Weed Crime? Expungement Clinic Aims To Help People Clear Their Records In West Loop This Weekend
During the clinic, volunteer attorneys will be on hand to provide free legal advice and begin the record-clearing and expungement process.
The 1979 La Esperanza mural was created to commemorate the fight for Benito Juarez High School to be built. Now, a new plaque, exhibit and comic book aim to honor the mural and the story behind it.
Goose Island will bring the streets outside the brewery to life with $3 brews, food and live music.