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Officers will also look for drivers who are speeding.
First Defense Legal Aid Coming To Woodlawn’s ‘Healing Village’ For Know Your Rights Resource Fair This WeekendBy Troy Closson Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Cops Accused Of Domestic Violence Get 50 Percent More Excessive Force Complaints, Are Rarely Punished: Invisible Institute DataBy Josh McGhee Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Bud Billiken Parade Kicks Off At 10 AM Saturday; Rapper Vic Mensa And Actor Deon Cole Are Grand Marshals
The 89th Annual Bud Billiken Parade expects to draw a massive crowd.
After the death of cyclist Luster Jackson, some hoped bike lanes would be back on the table. But others are apprehensive.
The neighborhood’s biggest summer festival returns for its eighth year of food and fun.
Amy Le’s second Saucy Porka restaurant will provide residents flavors inspired by Vietnam, Malaysia, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
Mental Health Advocates Include Male, Senior-Focused Programs At Black Mental Wellness Expo This Weekend
The Hyde Park event will feature workshops and speakers for the whole family.
Records Reveal ‘Lax’ Supervision, Sexual Activity at Chicago-Area Shelters Housing Immigrant Children
Newly obtained documents provide details on troubling incidents, including children having sex in a TV room and two girls running away on a museum field trip.
Cyclist Luster Jackson, 58, died after being hit by a car on Stony Island – where aldermen previously rejected a city plan for bike lanes.
Woodlawn Residents Say City-Owned Lots Near Obama Library Should Become Affordable Housing, Walkable Business Corridor
The library is slated to open 2021.
Ald. Willie Cochran initially approved of the project, organizers said, but now he wants them out by Aug. 6.