Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
After Heart Surgery, Alligator Robb Takes Slow Steps Toward Recovery — With Help From Chicagoans: ‘You Guys … Have Blessed Me So Many Times’
After a high-risk heart surgery last month, the city’s favorite alligator trapper is recovering at his Florida home. He plans to visit Chance, who has grown into a "powerhouse" gator at the farm, soon — and Chicago, of course.
Mercaditos Craft Fair Returns To Logan Square Sunday
The craft fair is taking over the Paseo Prairie Garden on Kedzie Sunday. Expect 15-20 artisans selling jewelry, candles, cookies, piñatas and more.
Union Fight Continues At Dill Pickle Co-op With Workers Alleging They’re Being Treated Unfairly
The grocery store's general manager said the union contract is being respected and store leaders are doing everything they can to keep workers safe — even as the grocery store faces a "financial crisis."
High School Students Can Have Artwork Shown In Capitol Through Congressional Art Competition
The annual competition gives young artists an opportunity to showcase their work in the U.S. Capitol for a year.
After Mother Of 5 Shot To Death In Belmont Cragin, Donations Pour In To Help Family
Maria Elena Reveron was leaving Bible study with her husband March 24 when she was shot in her head, police and family members said. "Mari was a queen who impacted every life she encountered."
Logan Square Farmers Market’s Outdoor Season Kicks Off May 9
It will be held at its regular outdoor location, on Logan Boulevard between Milwaukee Avenue and Whipple Street.
Former Football Player Launches Logan Square Flag Football Camp, Hopes To Boost Latino Representation In Sport
Omar Ureña Jimenez, an inductee in the Mexico Football Hall of Fame, is offering scholarships to four neighborhood kids whose parents are immigrants and lost a job during the pandemic.
Another Humboldt Park Clinic Offering Vaccines To All Adult Residents. Here’s How To Sign Up
The city has partnered with Erie Family Health Centers on a vaccination site at 4500 W. Chicago Ave. Appointments are available beginning Saturday.
Man, 32, Killed In Sunday Logan Square Shooting
Neighbors said the shots sounded like they came from an automatic weapon.
Developer Will Pitch Plan To Build 56-Unit Apartment Complex On Project Logan Site In April
The project would be the latest upscale apartment tower to rise near the California Blue Line station. The 1st Ward office is hosting a community meeting on the proposal next month.
All Humboldt Park Adults Can Get Vaccinated At This Neighborhood Clinic. Here’s How To Make An Appointment
The first batch of appointments have already been taken, but the second batch will open either Wednesday or Thursday of next week.
Here’s Where To Donate Blood In Avondale On Sunday
The event begins at 9 a.m. at Rockwell on the River, 3057 N. Rockwell St. Appointments are required.
West Humboldt Park Neighbors, Police And Community Organizations Hosting Safety Walk Saturday
The goal of the event is to provide West Siders in need with resources and to spread hope in the area, which has long suffered from neglect, an organizer said.
With Trash Everywhere, Alderman Hosting Neighborhood Cleanups Across 35th Ward
The next cleanup is 1-3 p.m. Sunday in Avondale. Tools will be provided.
Here’s How You Can Help Make Easter Baskets, Meals For West Side Families
Helendora Samuels and Robert Magiet plan to hand out baskets and meals from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. April 3 in various locations throughout the city.
After Year Of Pandemic, West Side Health Collaborative Credits ‘Power Of Partnership’ To Battle Health Disparities
West Side United, led by a partnership of six hospitals, is working to close the life expectancy gap between Black and white Chicagoans. But when COVID hit, it pivoted to tackle those unique challenges, too.
Lightfoot Unveils Plan To Boost Affordable Housing In New Developments, But Some Aldermen Want Stronger Measures
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's plan would require 20 percent affordable units in some new developments, but a competing plan backed by aldermen seeks a minimum affordable requirement of 30 percent.
Chicago Wants To Fine Employers Who Retaliate Against Their Workers For Taking Time Off To Get Vaccinated
"No worker should have to choose between keeping their job and getting the COVID-19 vaccine," the mayor said.
Anti-Gentrification Ordinance Approved, Slapping Developers With Steep Fines For Tearing Down Buildings Near The 606, In Pilsen
Under the ordinance, developers who tear down single-family homes will have to pay a fee of $15,000, while developers who raze larger, multi-unit buildings will incur a fee of $5,000 per unit.
Family-Owned Salsa Studio Moves To Logan Square After 18 Years In Humboldt Park
The family was struggling to pay rent at their Humboldt Park location due to the pandemic, so they moved to a cheaper — and smaller — spot in Logan Square. "It actually turned out to be good for us," Miguel Mendez said.