Bronzeville, Near South Side
South And West Siders Will Get Half Off All Rides If Lime Is Chosen For City Pilot Program, Company Says
Lime will provide a 50 percent discount for all rides in the South and West sides if the city's selects the company for the second scooter pilot program starting later this summer.
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
A photo wall at 39th Street and Michigan Avenue continues the theme of Black "faces and places and how they intersect" through local artist Chris Devins' work.
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.
"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."
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.
The application period ended in February and was the first overseen by Mayor Lori Lightfoot. More than 325 businesses applied for funding.
The parade will instead be celebrated with a TV special.
"We need to break the 'no snitching rule' in the hood, but we also have to consider what type of protection we're giving these families," one leader said.
The study showed fares increased when a person was dropped off in a neighborhood with a high percentage of non-white residents. A Lyft spokesperson called the study "deeply flawed."