Englewood, Chatham

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Why Chance The Rapper And Parkland Teens Are Marching For Peace On The South Side Tonight

Chicagoans, who have been marching against gun violence for years, have some celebrity support tonight.

Shots Fired At Entrance To 79th Street Red Line Station

No one was wounded in the incident

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Welcome To Block Club Chicago — Your Neighborhood News Is Back

Introducing our new, nonprofit, ad-free news site covering Chicago's neighborhoods. Join the Club!

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Gun Group Dumps Broken Guns At Police Buyback Event, Uses Cash For NRA Camp For Kids

Chicago gun buybacks have helped the group raise $12,000 for the children's shooting safety camp, an organizer says

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South Shore Landlords Leaving Storefronts Empty On Purpose, Chamber Boss Says

Vacant storefronts now fill the once-thriving South Shore business district. Can business "pioneers" help the neighborhood rebuild?

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Captain Hard Times, Iconic Chatham Restaurant, Asks For Help After Burglary

“Mother Wade has always been there for us. Let’s step up for her.”

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Can Chess Help Break Down Barriers Between Cops and Chicago’s Youth?

The Cops & Kids Chess was launched this school year by Chicago Public Schools and the Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation in partnership with the Chicago Police Department.

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The Gage Park Jazz Tackle The Special Olympics: ‘It Has To Be A Team Effort’

The team is one of Chicago's representatives in this year's Special Olympics. The team plays 13 sports a year including basketball, flag football, softball and track and field.