Articles By Mauricio Peña
The festival, featuring live music, art and education workshops, kicks off Saturday in Pilsen.
Some art fans who snatched up tickets to the highly anticipated art experience aren't happy.
Ald. Walter Burnett offered his support following reports the tech giant was nearing a lease for a retail store between 845 and 853 W. Randolph St. in the West Loop.
Little Italy Festa Brings Drinks, Dancing, Music And Food To Taylor Street For 4 Days Starting Thursday
The annual fest, which includes Italian dancing and more than 60 musical performances, will take over the heart of Little Italy
Semi-Trucks Are Taking Over Little Village, Neighbors Say – And Giant Warehouse Plan Will Make It Worse
At the meeting, several residents said they opposed the proposed $100 million, 1 million-square-foot warehouse that would bring more trucks to the neighborhood.
The city wants to address health, environment, land use, transportation and sustainability, but residents are worried it's being done with little community input.
The members want to amend the city's Welcoming City Ordinance to prevent incidents like the Aug. 1 raid in Pilsen.
What’s Next For Shuttered Crawford Power Plant Site? Plans To Be Unveiled At Little Village Meetings
Hilco plans to demolish the coal power plant and replace it with a one million square feet of warehouses.
In three separate incidents, a few men approached people on the street and robbed them at gunpoint, police said.