Articles By Mauricio Peña
The Gage Park school joins a growing list of Chicago high schools that have opted in recent weeks to keep school resource officers in place.
In a 6-4 vote, the school council voted against keeping officers at the Southwest Side school after hearing from teachers and parents.
The project at the northeast corner of Randolph and Carpenter streets would replace an MB Financial bank branch building.
Organizers now have to squeeze three months of labor-intensive work into two months, and they're worried they won’t be able to reach as many residents in resource-starved neighborhoods.
The family filed the civil lawsuit Monday, against the bar and Thomas Tansey, 30, who faces first-degree murder charges in Paterimos' slaying following a fight at Richard’s Bar.
Owners of the expansive outdoor patio at City Hall encouraged customers who visited over the weekend to get tested.
The Love Fridge Is Bringing Free Food To Neighbors In Need In Little Village, Bridgeport: ‘People Want To Help’
As residents struggle with the economic downturn of coronavirus, volunteers are bringing fully stocked refrigerators to neighborhoods struggling with food insecurity.
The Party Is Over: Chicago Shuts Down Warehouse Bash And Vows To Do The Same For Other Mass Gatherings
A new city task force is cracking down on parties, events and large gatherings in commercial and residential buildings.
From Mexican to Indian to Vietnamese, the food hall offers a dozen food, drink and dessert options inside the former hospital.