Articles By Mina Bloom
Plan To Curb Gentrification Along The 606 By Hiking Developer Fines Is Back, Now With More Support Than Ever
Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st) was drafting a version of the ordinance that would reduce fines to developers, but Ald. Roberto Maldonado said something needed to happen quickly.
The burglars struck two homes on the same block on Sept. 13, according to police.
The space can be rented out for $90 per hour for parties of up to 55 people.
"It gives me chills. Like, the bad chills," one neighbor said. ComEd was asked by neighbors to remove the dolls this week.
Veterans, Elected Officials Celebrate Renovated Healy Metra Station, New Murals: ‘Today Is An Important Day For The Northwest Side’
The $7.3 million renovation project was five years in the making.
Logan Square’s San Luis Freeze Ice Cream Man Has Fallen On Hard Times — And Neighbors Are Stepping Up To Help
Mario, the owner of the popular ice cream truck, and his wife are suffering from health problems that are causing financial strain on their family, according to friend Donn Bichsel.
The State Of Postpartum Health Care Is Abysmal. 3 Chicago Moms Want To Change That With New Company Nyssa
After receiving essentially a puppy pad and a diaper after giving birth, a Logan Square mom recruited her friends and set out on a mission to create something better for new moms.
The volunteer-run group now has to replace the reusable banner, which could mean fewer face painting supplies and snacks for future events.
"Gang activity is right through the roof," one community leader said of the area west of the neighborhood's namesake park.