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400 Migrants Will Move Into Daley College This Weekend, But Some Neighbors Oppose City’s Plan
Neighbors for and against the city's plan spoke up during Thursday's meeting, which remained mostly peaceful.8:56 AM CDT
21 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Hot Dog Fest, Porchfest, Do Division And More
There's also an LGBTQ+ writers tour, a Taylor Swift-themed brunch and a laundromat pop-up.7:12 AM CDT
Your Guide To LGBTQ+ Family Resources: Foster Programs, Health Centers, Parent Groups, Legal Aid And More
Here's a roundup of nearly 50 resources for LGBTQ+ families in Chicago, from housing support and health care services to social justice and skateboarding groups.
31 Pride Month Parties In Chicago: Gay Prom, Back Lot Bash, Rooftop Parties, Speed Dating And More
Here's a roundup of parties happening all month long — and into July.
Here’s How Englewood Neighbors Can Weigh In On Street Improvements, Including Reducing Car Lanes On Halsted
CDOT has proposed changes like reducing Halsted Street between 59th and 66th streets to one lane of traffic and adding a curb-protected bike lane.
CPS Faces Dwindling Enrollment, Empty Buildings, Soaring Deficits Decade After Mass Closure Of Schools
Top public officials are vowing improvements as the district marks the 10th anniversary of its decision to close 49 schools.
Little Angels Learning Center Receives City Grant To Build Englewood Campus
The $250,000 grant will "close construction costs," putting leaders one step closer to finalizing the space, its founder said. If all goes as planned, the center will open next year.
28 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Mole De Mayo, Memorial Day Parade, Randolph Street Market And More
You can also check out the Belmont-Sheffield Music Fest, a South Side chili cook-off, Mayfestiversary and a Star Wars burlesque comedy show.
Forced To Confront Migrant Crisis Daily, Chicago Police Officers Step Up To Help With No Guidance From City
The disruption at stations has created a juggling of duties for officers, some of whom feel frustrated there's still no word from the city about what they should do.
Supporters Of Lindblom’s Ousted Principal Accuse CPS Of ‘Witch Hunt,’ Want Him Back At Englewood School
Abdul Muhammad said "false claims" led to his removal from the Englewood school after less than a year. But the CPS CEO said the district would not "pull an employee unless it’s something serious."
Ronnie Mosley, City Council’s Youngest Member, Wants To Make The New 21st Ward ‘The Best’ In Chicago
At 31, Mosley is the youngest alderperson tackling one of the city's largest wards on the Far South Side. There's "no one better suited than me for the job," says the former community organizer.
Aréanah Preston Dreamt Of Being Police Superintendent, Loved Ones Say At Young Officer’s Funeral
Preston, 24, was killed May 6 in what authorities called an attempted robbery. She served on the police force for three years.
William Hall, A Lifelong Chatham Resident And Pastor, Is Ready To Begin A ‘New Chapter’ In The 6th Ward
Hall beat out a crowded field to succeed Ald. Roderick Sawyer. The Chatham native said lessons from his neighbors and father will inspire him as he leads the South Side ward.
YouTubers And TikTokers Are Flocking To The South Side To Mock ‘The Hood’ — And Some Say The Trend Does Real Harm
A YouTube series filmed in an Englewood gas station has nearly 700,000 subscribers. While its creator says it's all in good fun, others say it perpetuates negative stereotypes about the community.
Controversial Save A Lot Quietly Opens In Englewood Despite Months Of Pushback, Protests From Neighbors
Neighbors protested last month when the store's owners tried to open, and they've said now they'll boycott it. But the owner said other residents are already coming in to shop.
19 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Fair Trade Fest, Plant Sale, Mother’s Day And More
There's also the Lincoln Roscoe Art and Craft Fair, a yoga class with bunnies and a Hollywood-themed prom for pups.
4 Teens Went On ‘Violent Robbery Spree’ Before Shooting Officer Aréanah Preston, Prosecutors Say
A 16-year-old and three men — two of them 19 and another 18 years old — have been charged with murder in the Saturday shooting.
South Side Delivery Platform Soul Delivered Launches, ‘Bringing Money Back To The Community’
The Greater Chatham Initiative debuted the delivery service Tuesday. It will cut out third-party platforms to hire locally and help Black business owners earn a profit.
As Lightfoot Departs, A ‘Woefully Unprepared’ Chicago Leaves Migrants In ‘Inhumane’ Conditions For Weeks — With No Plan In Sight
Around 3,100 migrants are in temporary shelters, relying on donated clothes and food as Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson inherits the crisis. “We don’t have beds. Children are sleeping on the floor," one man said.
5 Arrested Following Slaying Of Police Officer Aréanah Preston
Preston, 24, was killed Saturday in a shooting. She had worked in the 5th Police District for three years.