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
Lake Effect Brewing Will Close Production Site In December As Avondale Taproom Plans Move Forward
The brewing company is open until Dec. 15. The owner needs more sales to boost business and get rid of beer before moving.
Have You Seen This Crane? Construction Firm Asks For Help Finding Equipment Stolen From Pilsen Job Site
The machine costs up to $100,000 and wouldn't have been easy to move. Its absence is costing a woman- and minority-owned Portage Park firm jobs, the owner said.
Homeowners Hit Hard By September’s ‘Supercell’ Storm And Flooding Won’t Get Federal Relief
Nearly 2,000 North Side residents reported flooding in their basements after the September storm overwhelmed city sewers and created flash floods.
Halloween And Día De Los Muertos In Chicago 2022: 70+ Events To Celebrate Around The City
There are trunk-or-treat events for kids throughout the city, Halloween parades, haunted houses and more this Halloween weekend.
Business Owner Fights Off Robber, Takes Away Gun In Portage Park Holdup Caught On Video
Car Care Auto Spa owner James Suh has training dealing with armed attackers, but he and police warn people should not resist if they are in a similar situation.
Someone Has Been Destroying Native Plant Fences At Northwest Side Forest Preserves: ‘This Is A Serious Setback’
The vandalism at LaBagh Woods and Forest Glen Woods threatens years of work to safeguard flora and fauna and provide a friendly habitat for insects and migrating birds, volunteers say.
Haunted Chicago: Here’s Some Of Our Favorite Neighborhood Halloween Decorations
PHOTOS: Check out how Chicagoans have decked out homes across the city for Halloween.
After Jefferson Park Home Hit With Anti-LGBTQ Vandalism, Neighbors And Cops Step Up To Help
"The support was amazing," the homeowner said. "It sends a statement: 'The more you mess with us, the gayer I am going to make this place.'"
Concrete-Protected Bike Lanes Come To Milwaukee Avenue On Northwest Side, But Some Are Already Damaged
The barriers have so far been installed sporadically from Addison to Kenneth and replace the painted bike lane and flexi posts.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Halloween Parades And Parties, A Beer Stroll, Vegan Market And More
There's also Diwali in the Park, a music festival and Día de los Muertos procession.
Irving Park Pantry Collecting Winter Coats For Residents In Need, With Smaller Sizes High On Wish List
People can drop off their donations at several Irving Park, Portage Park and Jefferson Park businesses, gyms or police stations until the end of November.
Jefferson Park Home Hit With Anti-LGBTQ Vandalism, MAGA Political Harassment 5 Times
Jefferson Park neighbors have rallied around the family, they said. Beautification plans for the family's home are in the works to deter the man from coming back.
13 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Food Truck Pop-Up, Fall Fest, Halloween Movies And More
There's also a Portage Park walking tour, River North food tour and an adoption event at The Anti-Cruelty Society.
Learn About Portage Park’s History At This Weekend’s Neighborhood Tour For Locals
The tour is the last one for the year organized by Chicago for Chicagoans, a tour company that began in 2016.
Edison Park Advocate And Attorney Paul Struebing Is Napolitano’s First Challenger For 41st Ward Seat
Last year, Struebing spearheaded a push for a safety overhaul of Northwest Highway in downtown Edison Park that got 800 signatures.
Late Night O’Hare-Bound Blue Line Trains Still Running, Despite Social Media Confusion
Trains to O'Hare are in service all night, contrary to a quickly spreading Facebook post, a CTA spokesperson said.
Jefferson Park Transit Bus Shelters Could Reopen Later This Fall After Being Closed For 8 Months
The bus shelters have been boarded up and closed since late February after a man damaged their glass.
Portage Park Halloween Parade Aims To Bring Activity Back To Neighborhood Park After Pandemic Pause
The park's advisory council is organizing the Halloween parade, but they need more volunteers for community events, they said.
18 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend, Including Wine Fest, Donut Crawl, A Día De Los Muertos Mercadito
You can celebrate fall, Día de los Muertos, Indigenous Peoples' Day and Oktoberfest at events across the city this weekend.
After A Pandemic Slump, Portage Park’s Patio Theater Ready To Create Its Next Chapter
The owner has renovated parts of the old theater since taking it over in 2019 and plans to replace the marquee, bring back its historic "cloud sky" and hook up its organ once he has enough revenue.