Articles By Pascal Sabino
West Side Grocery Store Shut Down By City Because Of Crime, Leaving Neighbors With One Less Fresh Food Option
The city revoked the store's license for allegedly failing to comply with a safety plan the city mandated after several shootings in the area.
The community bike ride will have free food, music and coronavirus testing available.
The markets are stocked with food donated by neighbors and nonprofits hoping to make the art projects a permanent resource.
The new, solar-powered WiFi system is aimed at improving digital access as CPS plans to continue virtual learning.
The helpline was created by a neighborhood group that is also offering direct financial assistance to residents.
Douglas Park Will Be Renamed For Frederick Douglass, But Students Pushing For Change Say They Were Left Out
Youth organizers were not notified about the board meeting and were not invited to speak with the board about their proposal before it voted.
For 41 days in 2016, activists transformed a vacant West Side lot into one abundant with resources. They returned to the lot Friday to do it again while demanding the city defund Chicago Police.
The organization resumed youth services so parents could get back to work without worrying about their kids.
Advocates for Urban Agriculture also launched a grant to help gardens pay for tapping into hydrants under the new policy.