Serial Killer Task Force Offers Some Hope To Families Of Slain Chicago Women — But Others Ask, ‘What Took Them So Long?’
"It's unfortunate that in our community, many times the lives of the people in our community don't seem to be as important as the lives of others."
‘Buckle Your Seatbelts’: Future Aldermen Head To Boot Camp And Get Real Talk, Advice From Progressive Council MembersBy A.D. Quig Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
One shelter got 53 kittens in January but that jumped by 240 percent to 127 in March when kitten season started.
95 Percent Of Chicagoans Listed As Gang Members By Chicago Police Are Black, Latino, Watchdog Audit Finds
Department officials cannot confirm gang designations “are based on reliable evidence” or ensure that the data “serves a legitimate law enforcement purpose,” according to the audit.
Nice, warm weather this spring could make things even worse for people with allergies.
The outage began in the morning when AT&T, the district’s service provider, accidentally cut through a fiber optic cable.
There will also be a youth summer job fair for teens and young adults at Ogden Park.
Several lame-duck aldermen face an agenda packed with measures from Emanuel’s bucket list.
Developers of the 2632 W. Ogden Ave. site, 6793 S. Chicago Ave. site and Enlace Chicago all could get significant grants.
The sixth annual event celebrating black women artists comes to the popular Hyde Park venue this weekend.
Cappleman’s Lead Grows, Mell Inches Closer And Hairston Keeps Holding On In City Hall’s 3 Undecided Races
Even though the election is over for most, the incumbents and their challengers in the 5th, 33rd and 46th wards are left to wait until April 16 as mail-in ballots continue to come in.