Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
Maier took photos of Chicago for decades, but they weren't discovered until after her death in 2009.
Hyde Park Students Want Chicago To Ban Styrofoam — And With Some Help From A Former Governor, City Hall Is ListeningBy Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Forest Preserves Employee Saves Drag Racer From Burning Car: ‘I Hope Someone Would Do The Same Thing For Me’By Maxwell Evans Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Ban Farm Animals In Chicago? Ald. Lopez Wants Tighter Regulations After Goats, Gators And More FoundBy Kelly Bauer Englewood, Chatham Primary category in which blog post is published
The Chicago Aldermanic Black Caucus Has $2,500 Scholarships For College Students. Here’s How To Get ItBy Jamie Nesbitt Golden
The Internet Essentials program is making it so anyone who participates in at least one government assistance program can get discounted broadband in Chicago.
Last year, the program provided about 130,000 free rides to students and their parents or guardians, according to the city.
South Shore Entertainment Complex Project Is ‘Shovel-Ready,’ Developer Says, But Funding Has Been A Setback
Plans for a dine-in cinema, bowling alley and event space were stalled by the government shutdown last winter, but developer Alisa Starks still hopes the center can open by November 2020.
South Shore Nature Sanctuary Is Far From ‘Dead,’ Neighbors Say After Ald. Hairston Pushes To Replace It With Golf Courses
Hairston made the comments at Medinah Country Club, where Tiger Woods — who's backing a plan to remove and replace the sanctuary for a PGA-level course — was prepping for a tournament.
On Saturday, the nonprofit Faith in Place will host a family-friendly day of activities and discussions around the monarch butterfly, Illinois' state insect.
Groups Fighting To Find Stable Housing For Chicago Kids Get $500K From Youth Homeless Innovation Fund
Eight nonprofits will be among the groups receiving money to help young people experiencing housing instability.
With the announcement of Thursday's hiring fair at the South Shore Cultural Center, the neighborhood appears on its way to losing its "food desert" status.
There will be music, backpacks filled with school supplies, free haircuts for kids and more at the 11 a.m. festival at the nonprofit's center at 119 E. Garfield Blvd.
You have until Sept. 15 to enter to win a free South Side home renovated by the famous Downing twins.