Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
Addressing the high cost of utilities for low-income people and raising the minimum wage are in the works.
Criminal Justice Reform Activists: If Blago Wants To Help Prisoners, He Needs To Listen To Them — And Get Over HimselfBy Jamie Nesbitt Golden Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Elected school boards exist in 90 percent of school districts across the country, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts study.
How Can We Improve Food Access In Chicago And Beyond? Food Policy Summit Brings Experts Together In South Shore
Activists Malik Yakini of Detroit and Navina Khanna of Oakland will headline the 15th annual summit Friday at South Shore Cultural Center.
The summit will open a conversation about the racial history of poverty in Chicago, and begin a process of engaging communities to find solutions, said Dan Lurie, Lightfoot's policy director.
As Trump Plans To Bring Border Patrol To Sanctuary Cities, Mayor Lightfoot Pushes Back: ‘We Will Not Be Bullied’
“If anyone thinks they can come here into our city and terrorize our residents into the shadows, let me say this: They have another thing coming," Lightfoot said.
Is Requiring 12,500 Petition Signatures To Run For Mayor Unfair? New Proposal Would Lower The Requirement
Cities like Los Angeles and New York require 3,500 signatures to get on the ballot. Critics says Chicago's number was put in place to protect the establishment.
The pitch contest will give entrepreneurs a chance to showcase their ideas in front of industry experts.
From Uptown to Chatham to Garfield Park and everywhere in between, we've got 21 spots where you can work when you're out of the office.
If approved, Chicago restaurants could start pouring beer, wine and spirits at 9 a.m. Sunday rather than waiting until 10 a.m.
Joined by Chicago Sky great Cappie Pondexter, Pippen unveiled the new court designed by Virgil Abloh and sponsored by Nike.