Articles By Mauricio Peña
Her five-decade fight inspired at least two aldermen and so many more. "She couldn’t see someone being bullied, put down or exploited without feeling a need to do something."
Co-owner Francis Wisniewski said the cookie-and-coffee cafes “were underperforming our expectations.”
The festival is expected to draw thousands to the neighborhood.
Indiana Man Charged With Firing Shots At VA Hospital Has 2 Previous Gun Convictions, Prosecutors Say
Bernard Harvey Jr. was charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to the U.S. State's Attorney's office. If convicted, he could face 10 years in prison.
The Resurrection Project previously revealed plans for a six-story affordable housing complex at 19th and Racine.
No one was injured in the shooting. FBI officials declined to give the alleged gunman's name Monday evening.
Michelle Obama Honored With New Namesake Whitney Young Athletic Complex: ‘This Is A Facility For Everybody’
"It’s similar to what Barack and I are hoping to achieve with the Obama Presidential Center, a place where everyone in Chicago can gather to learn and play and strengthen this community together," the former first lady said.
The mattress fell in the 500 block of West Madison Street, police said.
After Little Village Residents Told To Stay Inside During Coal Plant Demolition, City Says It Will Inspect The Crawford Site Every Week
The agency has asked the developer whether they plan to monitor air quality and it is “under evaluation,” a city spokesman said.