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Neighbors Will Act As ‘Lights In The Night’ To Stop Violence In 9 South And West Side Neighborhoods Friday Night
The free events will feature food, music, dancing and employment resources.
It’s Spider Season, Chicago: As Weather Cools, Spiders Get Their Feast On (Which Is Actually A Good Thing)By Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Open House Chicago Returning With Dozens Of New Sites To Explore, Including Second City, Copernicus CenterBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
“Pilsen had their thing. And Little Village had their thing," said Rolando Santoyo. "I [thought], ‘Man, how come we don’t have anything?’”
Some people use meteorological seasons and other prefer astronomical seasons. Everyone's wrong. And right.
The city isn't expected to be any rainier or drier than normal this fall.
Thousands Of Pot Convictions To Be Cleared Quickly As Kim Foxx Uses New Technology To End ‘Legacy Of Mass Incarceration’
"Illinois has an opportunity to address the wrongs caused by the failed war on drugs," Foxx's office said.
Dulce Sandoval was last seen on the 4000 block of South Albany Avenue on June 30, police said.
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).
The Chicago Aldermanic Black Caucus Has $2,500 Scholarships For College Students. Here’s How To Get It
Students attending an accredited two or four year university may be eligible for a $2,500 scholarship.
The Internet Essentials program is making it so anyone who participates in at least one government assistance program can get discounted broadband in Chicago.
Last year, the program provided about 130,000 free rides to students and their parents or guardians, according to the city.