Lincoln Park, Old Town
The free text service, called The Cord, is part of a project where reporters are looking into maternal health in Chicago.
‘Buckle Your Seatbelts’: Future Aldermen Head To Boot Camp And Get Real Talk, Advice From Progressive Council MembersBy A.D. Quig Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
One shelter got 53 kittens in January but that jumped by 240 percent to 127 in March when kitten season started.
95 Percent Of Chicagoans Listed As Gang Members By Chicago Police Are Black, Latino, Watchdog Audit Finds
Department officials cannot confirm gang designations “are based on reliable evidence” or ensure that the data “serves a legitimate law enforcement purpose,” according to the audit.
‘This Is The Last Time. You’re Done’: After Defeat, Lincoln Yards Critics Hopeful New Council Will Stop Luxury TIF Handouts
Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot said a deal like the one approved Wednesday won't happen under her watch. "Enjoy this moment in the sun, because you’re never going to get a deal like this again."
Nice, warm weather this spring could make things even worse for people with allergies.
The outage began in the morning when AT&T, the district’s service provider, accidentally cut through a fiber optic cable.
Several lame-duck aldermen face an agenda packed with measures from Emanuel’s bucket list.
$1.6 Billion In Tax Subsidies For Lincoln Yards, The 78 Delayed, But Both Could Be Approved Wednesday
Mayor Rahm Emanuel pushed for the delay because Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot, who has expressed concerns about Lincoln Yards, requested it.
The 19th Ward had the highest turnout with 49.5 percent of voters casting a ballot. But the city is only at 32 percent overall.
Lori Lightfoot's win signifies a big change, but "it's important that we don't confuse this [victory] with liberation and justice for everyone," advocates say.