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- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
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- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
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Is CPS Undercounting COVID-19 Cases In Schools? Alderpeople Demand Investigation As Allegations Spread
CPS officials denied any wrongdoing and defended their methodology, saying the discrepancy highlighted on Twitter will be cleared up.
Basketball Tournament For MLK Day Let Kids, Parents From Across City Connect While Promoting Anti-Violence
Young players, their parents, community members, police officers and more came out for the event at the Ark of St. Sabina. The creator of Hoop Hard Or Get Off the Court hopes to grow the program in the years ahead.
Elite Club Members Tried To Stop Nikole Hannah-Jones’ MLK Day Speech. So She Schooled Them Using Dr. King’s Words
After Union League Club of Chicago members said it would "dishonor Dr. King" for Hannah-Jones to give a speech, calling her a "discredited activist," she fought back with King's own words.
With New Grant, An Englewood Nonprofit Wants To Help Young People Find Good Careers To Support Their Communities
Teamwork Englewood received a $75,000 grant from PepsiCo to offer youth programs — ranging from career readiness to stipends — to the community.
My Block, My Hood, My City To Give Away $200,000 In Grants To Businesses Affected By COVID-19
Area businesses can apply for the microgrants through Wednesday. "We're not going to make people jump through hoops to get help," CEO Jahmal Cole said.
Scooters Are Coming Back To Chicago, But They Won’t Be Allowed On The 606 Trail
The scooters, which are arriving in the spring, will also be banned on the lakefront path and the riverwalk.
Pregnant Mom Killed In Englewood Would ‘Give Her Shirt Off Her Back’ To Help Others, Loved Ones Say: ‘She Was Amazing’
Police are asking neighbors for help finding the people who shot 29-year-old Derricka Patrick, a mother who was expecting her second baby.
COVID-19 Testing Chain Opened Pop-Ups Across The US. Now, It’s Temporarily Closing Amid Federal Investigation And Mounting Complaints
The Center for COVID Control's lab wasted 40,000 tests, according to a federal report. And again and again, people have reported getting late results, no results — or ones that don't make sense.
They Were the Pandemic’s Perfect Victims
The pandemic killed so many dialysis patients that their total number shrunk for the first time in nearly half a century. Few people took notice.
Englewood Food Pantry Is Back And Ready To Serve Neighbors After Closing For The Holidays
Neighbors can visit the IMAN Food and Wellness Center on 63rd Street for items ranging from fresh groceries to personal hygiene products.
Block Club Chicago Awarded $1.6 Million Grant From American Journalism Project To Expand
In conjunction with the American Journalism Project grant, the Chicago Community Trust pledged an additional $450,000 in matching funds to Block Club over three years.
TikTok Historian Shermann ‘Dilla’ Thomas Working On Chicago-Based TV Series With Netflix
Dilla’s short history videos about the city have exploded in popularity. Now, he wants the rest of the world to see Chicago the way he does through a new TV show.
Friends, Family Demand Justice For Young Anti-Violence Activist Killed In West Pullman: ‘Our Babies Are Dying’
In a tearful farewell ceremony, LaNiyah Murphy's family and friends honored the young woman who survived a shooting as a teenager and became a passionate community organizer.
Young Anti-Violence Activist Killed In West Pullman Shooting Remembered By Family, Friends: ‘She Was The Life Of The Party’
LaNiyah Murphy, 20, survived a shooting at 16 and went on to promote anti-violence across the city. She was praised for being bold, smart and "having a brilliant mind."
‘Legally Stolen’ Podcast Chronicles How Racist Housing Policies Harmed Black Communities In Chicago
"It was important to have this exhibit be immersive so that the people who interact with this project can feel so informed and enlightened that they too can become an advocate," artist Tonika Johnson said.
Bobby Rush Is Leaving Congress After 15 Terms, But He’s Not Retiring. His Next Mission Will Be To Lead His Bronzeville Church
Rush said he will soon endorse a candidate to replace him as 1st District rep in Congress. A crowded field of hopefuls are expected to vie for the seat.
’77 Flavors’ Podcast Takes Couple To Every Neighborhood To Dine Out, Explore Chicago History
Each episode of "77 Flavors of Chicago" takes Lakeview couple Sara Faddah and Dario Durham to one of the city's neighborhoods, where they grab a bite and learn about the neighborhood's history.
Bobby Rush Will Not Seek Re-Election, Sources Say
Rush, 75, has represented Chicago's South Side and nearby suburbs in Congress for nearly three decades.
A South Side Meals On Wheels Worker Served Neighbors In Need For 40 Years. Now, His Son Is Taking Over His Route
Artha Jackson Sr. had helped feed neighbors daily through Meals on Wheels since 1981. He delivered his last meal before retiring on Christmas Eve.
Chicago’s Last Black-Owned Bank Got Millions in Government Deposits — Then Had to Give Them Back
As Black-owned banks disappear, politicians are under increasing pressure to save them. Big deposits are a ready solution, but sometimes they burden the banks more than they help.