- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
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.
Slain Officer Andrés Mauricio Vásquez Lasso Remembered At Funeral As Husband Who Was Proud Of Work
The officer loved to salsa, often taking his wife out dancing, fellow officers and friends recalled during his funeral services.
18th Ward Ald. Derrick Curtis, Who Faced Flack After Accidental Shooting, Wins Reelection
Known for being one of the quieter City Council members, Curtis generated headlines in recent months because of gun-related incidents.
Chicago Lawn (8th) Police District Council Candidates
Meet the candidates for the seats representing parts of the Far Southwest Side.
Ald. Derrick Curtis Facing Community Organizer Heather Wills In 18th Ward Race
Curtis is hoping to keep his seat amid some recent controversies, while Wills is is banking on years of community work to generate support on Election Day.
Ald. Derrick Curtis Involved In An Accidental Shooting — Again
Curtis' daughter was shot in her leg during a concealed carry class the alderman was teaching last week, WGN reported. It's the second accidental shooting involving the Southwest Side alderman since October.
Halloween And Día De Los Muertos In Chicago 2022: 70+ Events To Celebrate Around The City
There are trunk-or-treat events for kids throughout the city, Halloween parades, haunted houses and more this Halloween weekend.
Southwest Side Alderman Accidentally Shoots Himself While Cleaning Gun
Ald. Derrick Curtis, who represents part of the Far Southwest Side and is a concealed-carry instructor, wounded his hand in the accidental shooting Monday.
The ‘Hoop Dreams’ Marshall Brotherhood Of Players Remains Close 30 Years After Famed Documentary
Arthur Agee and his teammates at Marshall were subjects of a famous sports documentary. The "Bedford Boys" have stuck together ever since.
14 Candidates Vying For Bobby Rush’s Congressional Seat Make Their Case To 1st District Voters At South Side Forum
With few differences in their end goals, more than a dozen candidates shared their legislative goals and touted their experience at a 1st District candidates' forum Monday.
Brothers Started A Podcast To ‘Deal With Our Sadness With The Bears.’ Their Fans Paid To Send Them To The NFL Draft
Two brothers from the South Side got to cover their favorite football team at the NFL Draft thanks to donations from supporters of their "79th & Halas" podcast.
In Ashburn, Volunteers Team Up To Build Accessible Housing For Seniors With Disabilities
Envision Unlimited, a nonprofit organization that has served people with disabilities across the state for over 70 years, is building an ADA-compliant home that will serve six to eight senior residents.
How Can Chicago Reduce Crime? Security Camera Plan A Start — But Neighbors Need To Work Together, SW Siders Say
Hundreds of Chicagoans attended a city-sponsored town hall to discuss strategies to stop crime. "The stronger relationship you have with your neighbor, the safer block you're going to be living on," one city leader said.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Christmas In Chicago: 26 Photos Of Amazing Holiday Decorations In The City
PHOTOS: Chicagoans have decorated their blocks with hundreds of lights, candy canes and blow-up snowmen as they prepare for Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year's.
Chicago Students Walk Out Of South Side School Over Racial Slurs: ‘We Will Not Be Silenced’
Some Black students at the Ashburn campus say for years they have notified teachers, administrators and security guards that students are using racial slurs on campus.