Beverly, Mt. Greenwood, Morgan Park
Parks serving black and Latino neighborhoods are less likely to have capital improvement requests approved, according to the report.
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Hale Elementary, which serves 902 students, was still without power on Tuesday.
Chicagoans have to shovel their sidewalks, but this "very heavy" snow could prove dangerous.
Whether you're fighting about Trump or dodging the dreaded "When are you getting married?" question, here's your guide to surviving Thanksgiving.
The teen is facing a felony charge, police said.
The South Side got hit the hardest during Thursday morning's snowstorm.
It's not your imagination: Tuesday is the 8th straight day in a row of below-normal temperatures for Chicago.
Can King Drive Sparkle Like The Mag Mile This Holiday Season? Volunteers To Light Up South Side Stretch
My Block, My Hood, My City is collecting donations of holiday lights to put up near homes along King Drive.
Elected officials and business leaders slammed the store for failing to warn leaders before deciding to close the stores.
Target Took Taxpayer Money To Open North Side Store While Closing South Side Ones — That Won’t Happen Again, Rahm Vows
The city can't take back the TIF money it gave Target, but a new executive order will prohibit something like this from happening again.