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Taste Of Chicago To-Go Returns This Week With Citywide Locations
Typically in Grant Park, the to-go rework of the Taste will feature almost 40 eateries across Chicago.
Weekend Fireworks Led To Fires, Traumatic Injuries Across Chicago: ‘This Was A More Intense Year’
The city saw 30 building fires, 27 garage fires and 293 rubbish fires Sunday night through Monday morning. Many of those fires "can reasonably be considered to be the result of fireworks activity," fire officials said.
1-Month-Old Girl Hurt In Mass Shooting Is Niece Of ‘Mayor Of Englewood,’ Who Had A Community Event Planned Down The Block
It is the latest mass shooting to plague Chicago this summer, including the slaying of five people in a shooting inside an Englewood home June 15.
After Obama Portraits Tour, South Side Groups Launch Grants, Book Pop-Up For New Artists And Young Readers
After seeing the “beauty of Blackness and excellence” through the Obamas exhibit, Hyde Park and Englewood organizations want to keep motivating young South Siders.
Mr. Dad’s Father’s Club To Host A Father’s Walk In Englewood This Weekend: ‘It’s All About Unity’
The march starts 1 p.m. Saturday at Ogden Park. The free event is open to anyone in the city.
Shaken By Neighborhood Crime, Chatham Residents Debate Possible Solutions — Including Drones
"We have to get the message out that you can't do what you want to do in our neighborhoods," one neighbor said.
75th Street Boardwalk Being Removed From Chatham Business District After Neighbors Complain Of Rowdy Late-Night Crowds
Neighbors complained about loud music, public urination and other issues on the street for weeks, but a June 15 mass shooting led to a plan to dismantle the boardwalk altogether.
How This Englewood Engineer Became A Full-Time ‘Defender’ Of The South Side
When Tiana Morgan began college, she was warned to stay away from the South Side — where she was born and raised. As she rose in her career, she became dedicated to challenging harmful narratives about her community.
If Auburn Gresham Residents Don’t Want Affordable Housing Development, They Could End Up With Nothing, Officials Say
Auburn Gresham residents were told an affordable housing complex is the only option for their neighborhood — even though they want necessities like a grocery store.
Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff Heads To Chicago’s South Side For A Vaccination Rally In Englewood
Englewood residents can stop by It's Official Barbershop, 1256 W. 63rd St., at noon Wednesday to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine and speak with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff.
5th Person Dies From Mass Shooting In Englewood
A 25-year-old woman died Saturday after being shot last week in Englewood. That shooting killed four others.
Chicago State University Drive-Thru Vaccinations End, But Walk-Ups Still Available
Chicago State is still offering COVID-19 vaccinations for walk-ups. No appointments are needed and the shots are free.
After Mass Shooting Rocks Englewood, Neighbors Focus On Mental Health And Healing: ‘You’re Not Alone. We Care About You’
Violence interrupters are taking over corners in Englewood to provide support to residents as they grieve and heal after a mass shooting left four people dead and four wounded.
Kennedy-King College Gets $5 Million From MacKenzie Scott, School’s Largest-Ever Donation From One Person
The donation will go toward ensuring students can access a college education, Kennedy-King President Greg Thomas said.
‘Massacre’ In Englewood Leaves Families, Neighbors Looking For Answers In Slaying Of 4 People, Including Young Mothers
The family of Shermetria Williams — who was supposed to graduate the same day she was slain — is asking for people with information to come forward.
Mass Shooting Near Chatham’s Restaurant Row Fuels A Push For Unity: ‘We Need To Come Together As A Community’
After a mother of three was killed in a mass shooting early Saturday, business owners on 75th Street said a better nighttime security plan would go a long way to making the area safer and more prosperous.
Young Mom Set To Graduate Tuesday Among 4 Killed In Englewood Mass Shooting
Police are still determining what happened but said there was an argument inside the home and someone fired shots.
Before Chatham Mass Shooting Left Mother Of 3 Dead And 9 Others Wounded, Neighbors Feared Gatherings On 75th Street Would Lead To Violence
Kimfier Miles, 29, was among 10 people shot early Saturday in Chatham. "You’re wasting your money and your time if you don’t make people feel safe" before encouraging people to come out to 75th Street, one neighbor said last week.
At Least 8,000 Chicago Families Living In Poverty Aren’t Getting Food Assistance, Depository Says. New Program Aims To Find Out Why
The Greater Chicago Food Depository is partnering with neighborhood groups to identify why some families in need aren't getting public benefits. "We really want to take the time to learn the different barriers people face."
Auburn Gresham Neighbors Push Back On Affordable Housing Proposal, Say They Want Businesses First
Neighbors spoke out against Auburn Gardens, a $20 million retail and residential space slated to be built on vacant land at 838-58 W. 79th St.