Articles By Mina Bloom
The pedestrian only suffered a cut to the head. "If the woman had been five feet further west she would have been in rough shape," a witness said.
26th Ward Attack Mailer Accuses Candidate Theresa Siaw Of Lying About Her Job — But It’s Not True, Her Former Boss Says
The mailer, paid for by Ald. Maldonado's campaign, alleges Siaw doesn't work as director of OMNI Healthcare. But she did, in fact, work there as a director.
El Dorado Thrift at 2634 N. Milwaukee Ave. is named after the lost city of gold, a nod to the owners' Mexican roots.
At least two burglaries have been reported since Feb. 8.
The new five-story facility at 3533 W. North Ave. offers everything from a market to a medical clinic.
John Stephan, Community Leader Who Dedicated His Life To Helping Troubled Teens, Dies At 69: ‘We Lost A Champion’
Stephan worked for the Boys & Girls Club organization for more than 50 years.
Lanes were closed for about three hours after shots were fired, according to Illinois State Police.
Plan To Convert Humboldt Park Church Into $200-250K Condos Could Be Doomed After Neighbors Vote ‘No’
The plan didn’t impress many of the neighbors at a Tuesday community meeting, with some calling on the developer to offer affordable apartments instead.
The rain produced a layer of ice on everything from our street signs to our trees, but don't get distracted by the beauty. Experts say the ice can be dangerous.