Articles By Maxwell Evans
Study Confirms What South Siders Said For Years: A Trauma Center Is Improving Emergency Care For Black Chicagoans
On average, trauma patients in South Shore reached a hospital nearly nine minutes faster the year after the trauma center opened compared to the year prior.
Chef Lizz Wright has created a new menu for the redesigned space, which honors the life of the Black botanist George Washington Carver, an advocate for healthy eating and self-sufficiency.
The Barbara Murphy Community Resource Center opened Friday and will offer free meals, groceries, essential goods, mental health services, STEM classes and other services for South Side residents.
A bridge that's accessible to wheelchairs and bikes will replace the existing bridge over Lake Shore Drive and the Metra tracks at 43rd Street.
Two South Side healers are planning a center for meditation, yoga, tai chi, qigong and other healing practices at 87th and Stony Island. "Right now, it’s just about securing funds and securing the space," one organizer said.
Twelve youths and young adults are being paid an $800 stipend for the 10-week program, where they create holiday decorations and learn workplace skills and etiquette.
City Shouldn’t Be Punished For Letting Metal Shredder Move To Southeast Side, City Lawyer Tells Feds
City lawyers said the health department won't issue Reserve Management Group's final permit to open a scrapper until at least Jan. 19.
Shops and entrepreneurs along the South Lakefront have taken hits from the coronavirus pandemic for months. Find out how you can support seven of them with this gift guide.
Give Local 2020: Here Are Mutual Aid Groups And Nonprofits Where You Can Give — Or Receive — Help Over The Holidays
These 20 initiatives across Chicago have provided food, protective equipment, money, technical assistance and other support to neighborhood residents in need over the past eight months.