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Ban Farm Animals In Chicago? Ald. Lopez Wants Tighter Regulations After Goats, Gators And More Found
"Obviously, farm animals belong on a farm, not in an urban environment like this," said Ald. Ray Lopez (15th).
Groups Fighting To Find Stable Housing For Chicago Kids Get $500K From Youth Homeless Innovation FundBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Don't want the West Side looking like the Las Vegas strip? Tell the city in a new online survey.
In Hermosa, Mural Project Makes High School Transition Easier For Incoming Freshmen: ‘At Least You Know Somebody’
As part of the district's Freshman Connection program, incoming North-Grand High School students came together this past week to paint a colorful mural along an underpass just west of the school.
The afrofuturistic con returns with a new venue and a renewed purpose.
‘Save The Trees’ Ordinance Pushed By 2 Aldermen To Get City To Try Less-Invasive Water Main Repair Method
If the ordinance passes, the city will launch a new pilot program for cured-in-place pipe technology and put a hold on removing more trees.
Chill your sheets in the fridge, run your AC in short blasts ... and avoid cuddling.
My Block, My Hood, My City is offering free fans and cold water to elderly people in the city who are in need.
Adoption Fees Will Be Waived At Animal Care And Control This Weekend — And Alligator Robb Wants You To Adopt A Non-Gator Friend
The event kicks off noon Saturday at the Animal Care and Control shelter.
But organizers, including those with a bike brigade who kept watch for ICE Sunday in Albany Park, remain on high alert.
Fight ICE Deportation Sweeps Starting Sunday By Shopping In Immigrant Neighborhoods, Activists Say: ‘We Need All Hands On Deck’
“We want to call on people who have citizenship, who have a heart, who want to do something, to come and be present,' one minister said.