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West Siders Want Answers About When Long-Delayed Amazon Warehouse Will Open — And Create Jobs It Promised
Organizers said the building should be used to benefit the community if Amazon is going to let it sit vacant. Amazon officials said the warehouse will be operational by the fall.1 hour ago
Xylazine, Or ‘Tranq,’ Which Makes Fentanyl Even Deadlier, Is Hitting Chicago’s Streets — And Narcan Won’t Save Those Who Use It
In the Midwest, the number of overdose deaths linked to xylazine jumped from 57 in 2020 to 351 in 2021 — a leap of 516 percent, according to the DEA.2 hours ago
Your Guide To LGBTQ+ Family Resources: Foster Programs, Health Centers, Parent Groups, Legal Aid And More
Here's a roundup of nearly 50 resources for LGBTQ+ families in Chicago, from housing support and health care services to social justice and skateboarding groups.
Wallace’s Catfish Corner, Which Served Bill Clinton And Barack Obama Before It Closed, Could Become A Dispensary
HAAAYY, the company behind the proposed dispensary, will discuss its plans for the building at a Tuesday meeting.
CPS Faces Dwindling Enrollment, Empty Buildings, Soaring Deficits Decade After Mass Closure Of Schools
Top public officials are vowing improvements as the district marks the 10th anniversary of its decision to close 49 schools.
Blackhawks Planning $65 Million Expansion Of Fifth Third Arena On Near West Side
The development is benefitting the Sankofa Wellness Village, which will get $6.3 million as part of a land sale so the team can expand Fifth Third Arena.
Garfield Park Library To Screen Documentary About Black Farming Families In 20th Century
"Rhythms of the Land" traces the journey of Black farmers in the United States from slavery onward. The free event is Saturday at Legler Regional Library.
28 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Mole De Mayo, Memorial Day Parade, Randolph Street Market And More
You can also check out the Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest, a South Side chili cook-off, Mayfestiversary and a Star Wars burlesque comedy show.
These City Committees Didn’t Do Much But Spend Your Money. Now Mayor Brandon Johnson Wants To Reward Their Leaders.
Despite troubles with the city's airport operations and contracting, the City Council hasn't met to discuss the issues in more than eight months.
A Community Center Partly Financed By Neighbors Could Open In North Lawndale Next Year
The Starling community center by Duo Development, which was created by two DACA recipients, has raised more than $10,000 in community funding.
‘Decades Of Neglect’ Have Led To Half Of Chicagoans Seeing A Shooting Before 40, Advocates Say
“We expected levels of exposure to gun violence to be high — but not this high. Our findings are frankly startling and disturbing,” a researcher said.
Near West Side Neighbors, Ald. Walter Burnett Question Plans For 500-Person Music Venue Near United Center
Developers said The Note aims to be an upscale venue for adults 35 and older. But some neighbors are worried about the noise and crowds it could bring.
Garfield Park Conservatory’s Afrofuturism Exhibit Explores World Without Environmental Racism
"An Otherworldly Existence: Afrofuturism & the Environment" creates a world where Black communities are free of environmental racism.
29 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Vintage Market, Pilsen Cantina Crawl, Taylor Swift Dance Party And More
There's also an interactive Taiwanese music concert, a Ravenswood garage sale, a non-alcoholic social and a bike ride celebrating the city's youth.
Foo Fighters, Postal Service, The Cure And More To Headline Riot Fest
Tickets are on sale for the Sept. 15-17 festival — though it continues to face pushback from neighbors who want it gone.
Grubhub Pizza Sculpture Not Coming To Palmer Square Park After All
Grubhub planned to put large food sculptures in neighborhood parks, but backlash from neighbors killed the plan.
Neighbors Can Hear About Near West Side Developments At Tuesday Meeting
Organizers will talk about plans for a new restaurant, the Blackhawks possibly expanding their role in the area and a proposed music venue.
West Side Moms Can Get Free Food, Furniture And More At Saturday’s Magnificent Mothers Extravaganza
The 37th Ward event will also feature live entertainment and local businesses and food trucks to buy from.
West Side Doulas Work To Keep Black Mothers Alive During Childbirth, Creating A Family Along The Way
In Chicago, Black women are almost six times more likely to die during or after pregnancy than white women, according to city figures. Doulas working at Marillac St. Vincent are trying to change that.
Riot Fest Neighbors, Organizers Are Still Divided — But Ald. Scott Has Given The Event Her Support
The Park District has not yet signed off on the fest amid the debate between neighbors and organizers over turning over public park space for private events.