Midway, West Lawn
- 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
16 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Christkindlmarket, Zoo Lights, A Pub Crawl And More
You can also learn how to salsa dance, attend a vintage festival, watch a comedy show, sleep over at The Shedd and more.
Flight Attendants Urge Lawmakers To Better Protect Them From Passenger Abuse
“People are more stressed, they’re angrier ... but I don’t think it can all be chalked up to the pandemic," one flight attendant said.
6 South And West Side Projects Named Finalists For $10 Million Chicago Prize
Meet the community-led groups on the shortlist for the Pritzker Traubert Foundation's second Chicago Prize.
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.
$50,000 Reward Offered After Man Attacked Postal Worker, Stole Her Truck In Little Village
The man is considered armed and dangerous, and people should not try to catch him themselves, according to the Postal Inspection Service.
Black-Owned Moor’s Brewing Company Wins Top Prize At South Side Pitch Competition
The brewery started by three South Side friends will use the $10,000 grand prize to expand into Atlanta and other major cities with large populations of Black people.
Mexican Independence Day Revelers In Chicago Slapped With Tickets For Waving Mexican Flags: ‘You Should Be Able To Celebrate Your Culture’
People who celebrated Downtown last month also received tickets for passengers hanging out of their cars. Police said they were obstructing or interfering with traffic.
Southwest Side Alderman Accidentally Shoots Himself While Cleaning Gun
Ald. Derrick Curtis, who represents part of the Far Southwest Side and is a concealed-carry instructor, wounded his hand in the accidental shooting Monday.
Homegirl’s Hummus Brings West Lawn Woman’s Passion For Hummus To Local Farmers Markets
Niehla Ollie began experimenting with hummus flavors when she lived in Los Angeles. Now, she makes her brand out of a commercial kitchen near Midway Airport.
3-Year-Old Shot And Killed In Apparent Road Rage While Riding In His Mom’s Car, Police Say
Mateo Zastro is the second child to be killed as a passenger in their parents’ car in the city this year. Later Sunday, a 7-year-old boy was shot in the leg on his way to church, police said.
21 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: St. Helen Carnival, Vintage Fall Fest, Oktoberfests And More
The temperatures are dropping, but the city isn't stopping, with fall fests, a night-long performance of Indian classical music, a tool sale and more fun.
Drag Racer Killed Woman Crossing Street During Chaotic Weekend Of Street Takeovers, Police Say
VIDEO: Drifting and drag racing Downtown and in other neighborhoods led to nine arrests, seven impounded cars and six damaged police squad cars, police said.
15-Year-Old Bicyclist Dies After Truck Driver Hit Him On Southwest Side Last Week
Joshua Avina was biking across the street late last week when the crash occurred, police said. He's at least the fourth child a driver has hit and killed this month.
Woman- And Refugee-Owned Clothing Co-Op Battling Fast Fashion To Open Studio On Southwest Side
At Hoda Katebi's Blue Tin Co-Op, working-class women of color are in charge. "We don't have employees; we have worker-owners," the community organizer said.
Esperanza Health Centers Opens Clinic At 63rd And Karlov To Offer Pediatric And Adult Medical Care
The newest location of the federally qualified health care center is in West Lawn.
Mental Health Emergency Teams Expanding To Southwest Side, Giving Residents In Crisis More Support
The new team will spend several weeks meeting with local groups, community members and health care providers. The members will begin responding to emergencies in June.
14 Candidates Vying For Bobby Rush’s Congressional Seat Make Their Case To 1st District Voters At South Side Forum
With few differences in their end goals, more than a dozen candidates shared their legislative goals and touted their experience at a 1st District candidates' forum Monday.
Former LeClaire Courts Public Housing Site Will Be Revamped With New School, Urban Farm And Health Care Center Under $60 Million Plan
The sustainable development on the city's Southwest Side will be the new home of Academy for Global Citizenship, a public school. It will have an orchard, solar panels, wind turbines, geothermal wells and storm water catchments.
Meet Chicago’s ‘Mr. Sunshine,’ The Only Man Who Tracks Sunlight In The City — Even Though He’s Been Retired 28 Years
Seven years ago, the National Weather Service switched to a system that does not track sunshine. With a sensor already on his roof, Frank Wachowski stepped in. “We’re the only country in the world that no longer tracks sunshine; it’s unbelievable."
Carnitas Uruapan Opening Little Village Restaurant, Sputnik Coffee Launching Flagship Cafe Thanks To City Grant
Another grantee, Esperanza Health, is using its $4.2 million grant to build a sprawling neighborhood health campus in Brighton Park.