Jefferson Park, Portage Park
The tests will be available at more than a dozen Walgreens locations around the city.
Aldermen, Activists Warning Immigrant Neighbors Of Reported ICE Deportation Sweep Starting Soon In ChicagoBy Mauricio Peña Albany Park Primary category in which blog post is published
Monarch Butterflies Are Disappearing From Chicago — But The Field Museum Has An Idea For How We Can Save ThemBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Noise Walls Going Up Along The Kennedy Near Harlem, Home To Planes, Trains And Automobiles (These Won’t Help With The Planes)By Bob Chiarito Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park Primary category in which blog post is published
‘Was Summer Canceled This Year?’ Below-Average Temps In June About To Warm Up, But A Rainy Week Is Ahead
The average temperature so far this month has been 64.7 degrees, while the normal average temperature for all of June is 66.7 degrees.
Tony Assimos decided to open a shop of his own at 4356 N. Milwaukee Ave. after the neighborhood's other longtime record shop, Raffe's, shuttered.
The group says it's insensitive for police, who have a history of racial discrimination, to have a pro-police celebration on a day meant to celebrate the abolition of slavery.
Walking Museum To Honor City’s Native American History With Serpent Mound And More — But Organizers Need Your Help
The Northwest Portage Walking Museum would feature a coil mound and a serpent mound designed by indigenous artist Santiago X.
The shooting happened Tuesday night in the 5500 block of North Monitor Avenue.
Despite Lightfoot’s Calls For His Resignation, Burke Remains Ahead Of Wednesday City Council Meeting
The Daily Line breaks down the agenda for Wednesday's City Council meeting, which may lead to another clash between embattled Ald. Ed Burke and Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
Looking to celebrate 154 years since slavery was abolished in the United States? Here's your guide.
"Whether it’s worn by students in Montana, activists in New York, or Hadiya’s loved ones in Chicago, the color orange honors the more than 100 lives cut short and the hundreds more wounded by gun violence every day."
It’s CTA Vs. NJ Transit In Bracket Battle For Transit Supremacy — Do The East Coast-ers Have A Chance? Fuhgeddaboudit
Sixteen transit agencies entered the inaugural Transit Bracket Challenge. Only two are still standing — Chicago needs your votes to win.