Bridgeport, Chinatown, McKinley Park
Drivers can buy a sticker online or by going to a City Clerk office, Department or Finance payment center or a neighborhood currency exchange.
City Will Crack Down On Bars, Gyms If Rise In Coronavirus Cases Among Young Chicagoans Continues, Lightfoot SaysBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Coronavirus Ticket Amnesty Is Over For Street Sweeping, City Stickers — Here’s How To Get Yours And Avoid A Ticket
If you park on a residential block, you must renew your city sticker before July 16.
Back Of The Yards One Step Closer To Getting Its Own Public Library Thanks To $15 Million In State Funding
For years, students and neighbors have shared a library on Back of the Yards College Prep's campus. But security changes in 2018 made it more difficult for people to access it.
The Hedges Are Gone, But Protesters Now Want Wealthy Lakeview Homeowner To Close His Southwest Side Asphalt Plant
Michael Tadin Jr. co-owns the controversial MAT Asphalt plant in McKinley Park. When it opened in 2018, bringing noise and pollution to the area, neighbors had no advanced notice it was coming.
"The main thing is all around us, cases are on the incline. ... We look good in Chicago right now, but Chicago doesn't have a wall around it."
‘It’s Our Duty To Protect Our Families:’ New PSA Urges Latinos To Wear Masks, Help Prevent Coronavirus Spread
Pilsen-based videographer Mateo Zapata said residents in Latino neighborhoods must continue to protect themselves, especially as cases spike across the country.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic makes it risky to have parties or gatherings with crowds — especially as other places are seeing big increases in cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
The holiday weekend typically sees a spike in shootings and murders — and Chicago's already been struggling with shootings and the recent slayings of children.
A Wealthy Family Planted Hedges On Park District Land To Make A Personal Front Yard, Inspector General Alleges
The yard in front of Michael Tadin Jr.'s Lakeview home is public land, part of Lincoln Park. But a hedgerow suggests otherwise.
The application period ended in February and was the first overseen by Mayor Lori Lightfoot. More than 325 businesses applied for funding.