Fifth Third Bank Announces $20 Million Investment In Chicago’s South And West Side Opportunity Zones
Specific projects in line for the funding were not announced at Monday's press conference, but will be unveiled "in the coming months."
The day kicks off with an exploration of the museum's archives of King's Chicago campaign, in which he addressed racial discrimination in housing and hiring.
Hours After Anti-Violence March, Church Mentee Shot Dead Outside St. Sabina: ‘He Had Turned A Corner’
Emoni Atomah was an ambitious young man who had turned his life around, his mentor said.
The city could get swamped with another 4 inches of snow during Friday's commute home.
Here’s A First Look At The $33 Million Deal Between Chicago Schools And The City’s Police Department
Details are publicly available for the first time in a new $33 million contract laying out the most sweeping changes to the school police program in over a decade.
What Will Make Englewood Thrive? Investment In People, Residents Say At Packed Town Hall: ‘We Are Our Own Solution’
More than 500 people and five aldermen packed a South Side auditorium to discuss solutions to issues facing Englewood.
"Crimes in History" will allow players to explore Holmes' grisly castle as they search for evidence of his misdeeds.
It’s Not Regular: In New Book, Organizer Jahmal Cole Shows Inequities Hiding In Plain Sight On South, West Sides
Ordering a meal through bulletproof glass shouldn't feel normal, Cole said. Nor should living in neighborhoods filled with currency exchanges and liquor stores.
Chicago has lost 54,100 public school children in the past decade. That has left 145 district-run schools less than half-full, according to new capacity data.
"For so long, the aldermen of Englewood have not worked together," one alderman said. But the current crop of aldermen are trying to change that now.