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.
Chicago School Councils Have Just Weeks To Decide Whether To Keep Cops On Campus — But 4 Are Delaying The DecisionBy Pascal Sabino Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town Primary category in which blog post is published
Chicago’s Local School Councils Are Weighing Whether To Keep Cops In Schools. Here Are The Meetings This WeekBy Pascal Sabino Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
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
The street closures aim to give struggling restaurants room to safely serve more diners.
Following a ceremony at the White House, Goya Foods faced swift backlash from people who urged others never to purchase the company's products again.
The Small Business Repair Program aims to keep Black businesses alive after many were looted and vandalized in early June.
The city said the new rule is effective immediately and is meant to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) said a vandal broke two windows at his home and tried to set fire to a neighbor's garage.
The events will benefit the Englewood Strong Community Efforts and non-profit blood service provider Vitalant.
The pop-up facility in Englewood was one of six sites that opened in May to track how the virus was moving through Chicago.
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.
With City Funding Cut, Englewood Day Care Center Battles To Reopen: ‘You’re Taking Away A Safe Haven’
"If the mayor is a supporter of high quality programming, and we know she is because she said so, why is a successful program being defunded?"