Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- 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
Ruth Cruz, Jessica Gutiérrez Will Discuss Platforms At 30th Ward Virtual Forum Saturday
Voters will get a chance to learn more about Jessica Gutiérrez and Ruth Cruz just days before the April 4 runoff election.
Jefferson Park’s Copernicus Center Kicks Off Chicago’s Copernican Year With Exhibit Honoring Polish Scientist
The historical exhibit lines the fence of the Polish arts center to teach people about the famed astronomer and bring people to the area.
Pickleball Courts Coming To Portage Park And Dunning This Summer
Pickleball is coming to the Far Northwest Side parks as interest in the sport grows.
As Antisemitic Attacks Hit Record High, Chicago Jewish Groups Fight Back By Empowering Communities
Chicago saw 47 reported incidents of anti-Jewish hate last year, compared to 37 in 2021, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
Air Taxi To O’Hare Will Allow Chicago Travelers To Skip Traffic On The Kennedy
The city's first air taxi plans to launch in 2025. Company officials say the cost will be competitive with a rideshare between Downtown and the airport.
Tickets, Signs Not Stopping Illegal Parking In Bike Lanes Where 2 Cyclists Killed, Northwest Siders Say
Neighbors have grown frustrated waiting for concrete bike lane barriers, which are expected to be installed on the busy stretch in April. "I have seen two accidents at that intersection," one said.
4 Groups Seeking Control Of Six Corners Services Will Meet The Public Next Week
The groups competing for who will manage beautification and cleanup projects in the area will present their case to the city and constituents.
Paul Vallas Endorsed By Slate Of Northwest Side Alderpeople
Northwest Side voters overwhelmingly backed Vallas in the Feb. 28 election, as well.
45th Ward Runoff Comes Down To Ald. Jim Gardiner, Attorney Megan Mathias
Final results from the Feb. 28 election were in flux for weeks as officials counted mail-in ballots and Gardiner hovered near the majority vote needed to win the race outright.
17 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Stout Fest, Pop-Up Markets, Lucky Charms Brunch And More
A Holi celebration, St. Patrick's Day brunch party and nautical flea market are also on tap.
Ald. Jim Gardiner Is Headed To A Runoff Against Megan Mathias In 45th Ward Race
Gardiner and Mathias had been in a tight race for weeks, and it wasn't clear until the final results came out if they'd head to the runoff or if Gardiner had fended off the challengers.
Chick-Fil-A Opening 4 Chicago Restaurants In Avondale, Wrigleyville, Medical District And O’Hare In 2023
There will soon by 50 Chick-Fil-As in the Chicago area.
COVID Testing Lab Gave Chicagoans False Results, Got $83 Million From Gov’t — While Owner Bought Cars And Crypto: Feds
The owner of the lab is facing federal charges, with prosecutors saying he told employees to tell people their test was negative even if it wasn't and had workers throw out tests.
15 Things To Do In Chicago For St. Patrick’s Day: Parades, Bar Crawls, Irish Film Fest And More
From Irish music concerts to block parties, we've got you covered.
Hundreds Of Taft High School Students Walk Out Of Class, Saying They Don’t Feel Safe At School
The walkout came after a student made a threat to the school online, which police said was not credible. CPS is also investigating alleged sexual misconduct at the school.
O’Hare Airport ‘Flushed Out’ People Experiencing Homelessness As Security Presence Increases
"They told me I had to leave and that they won't let me back in," one woman said. "I asked them where I could go. They said, 'It's not our problem.'"
13 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend (That Aren’t For St. Patrick’s Day)
You can celebrate the Persian New Year, make your own sushi, attend a vintage market and more.
Jefferson Park’s The Made Shop Launches Workshops To Teach Candle Making, Screen Printing And More
The first class is Saturday and will focus on making candles. The lineup includes workshops on sewing and making wellness products.
Black And Latino Chicagoans Are Snapping Up Two-Flats — A Promising Sign, Experts Say
The South and West sides are seeing a lot of interest in two- to four-flats — and people buying them can help boost the neighborhoods.
Jefferson Park Author’s Children’s Book Celebrates City: ‘A Love Letter To Chicago’
The book follows two socks who escape from the dryer and take the CTA to a White Sox game while making pit stops at Chicago's landmarks.