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Little Village Discount Mall Vendors Can Stay 6 More Weeks As City Plans To Help Them Move Into Closed CVS
The city is fixing up a former CVS at 2634 S. Pulaski Road to help around 40 vendors relocate after officials worked out a last-minute extension to keep vendors at the mall for another six weeks.7:00 PM CDT
Los Vendedores del Discount Mall de La Villita, Algunos Allí por Décadas, Empacan Mientras Son Bloqueados de sus Puestos
Un juez rechazó una moción de emergencia el viernes para evitar que sean bloqueados, lo que obligó a unos 40 vendedores a empacar. Se están realizando esfuerzos para trasladarlos a La Villita o Gage Park.12:48 PM CDT
Little Village Discount Mall Vendors, Some There For Decades, Pack Up As They Are Kicked Out Of Booths
A judge denied an emergency motion Friday to prevent them from being locked out, forcing about 40 vendors to pack up. Efforts are underway to move them to Little Village or Gage Park.7:22 AM CDT
23 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Wine Fest, Shamrock Shuffle, A Pozole Cookoff And More
You can also shop at a farmers market, watch a Double Dutch competition and check out a Woman's History Month art show.
After Young Women Murdered And Girl Goes Missing On Southwest Side, Neighbors Beg Police For Answers
Reina Cristina Ical Seb and Rosa Chacon were killed in Little Village and Pilsen in recent weeks, while 15-year-old Azreya Lomeli is missing. “Are our women in danger in Little Village?” one community activist asked.
Little Village Discount Mall Vendors Are Taking Legal Action To Prevent Being Locked Out
Vendors and their legal representatives hope the move will prevent them from being locked out as they search for a new location.
Pilsen Largest Vacant Site Would Be Turned Into 432 Apartments And Townhomes Under New Proposal
The vast majority of the units would be affordable under the latest plan, which also calls for outdoor and commercial space. Neighbors can weigh through April 17.
Teens At Cook County Juvenile Jail Face Excessive Force, Extreme Isolation And Other Civil Rights Abuses, Watchdog Finds
Interviews, site visits, and records reviewed by a legal advocacy group reveal abusive behavior by staff against mostly Black teenagers with learning disabilities, according to a new report. Jail officials deny the claims.
Rep. Jesús ‘Chuy’ García, Jesse Jackson Endorse Brandon Johnson In Chicago Mayor’s Race
The two-time mayoral candidate came in fourth in the Feb. 28 election, netting about 77,000 votes.
‘I’m Not Going To Defund The Police’: Brandon Johnson Tries To Set The Record Straight On Public Safety Plan
Johnson, facing an attack ad from Paul Vallas about his prior statements on policing, clarified his position during an event hosted by Block Club.
Aida Flores Crashes Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez’s Press Conference To Accuse Him Of Voter Suppression
The Pilsen alderman denied the allegations. "I'm just appalled by this Trump-ian response," he said.
$58 Million Project Bringing Housing, Retail To Back Of The Yards Breaks Ground
The first phase will revitalize the Goldblatt's building at the southwest corner of 47th Street and Ashland Avenue into a 15,000-square-foot, federally qualified health center and 7,200 square foot of locally owned retail space.
City Council Accepts $20 Million From State To Support Migrants After Fierce Pushback From South Side Leaders
The funds will be used to care for more than 5,000 migrants who have been mostly bused to Chicago from Texas.
Lyrical Lemonade Leaves Douglass Park For Suburbs; 2nd Fest To Relocate After Pushback From West Siders
Neighbors protested last year after Riot Fest, Summer Smash and Heatwave took over much of the park. Heatwave is moving to Northerly Island this year.
Lagunitas’ Taproom Is Back After Being Closed Since 2020
The brewery was long known for its colorful tours and lively taproom, which has room for people to sit and listen to live music performances while grabbing a beer.
Chicago’s Health Department Does Little To Deter Repeat Polluters, Report Finds
Citations for air pollution — which contributes to Chicagoans' respiratory problems, cancers and premature deaths, per the city's own research — have dropped 90 percent over the past decade-plus.
Join Block Club And Mayoral Candidate Paul Vallas For ‘The Ballot Live’ At Thalia Hall
Block Club is hosting two, free hour-long chats with Brandon Johnson and Paul Vallas this month to help you learn more about the candidates before the April 4 election.
Chicago’s Mexican Independence Day Parade Is Back In September With The Theme ‘Tu Mexico, Tu Chicago’
The parade is set for Sept. 16 — the first time it'll take place on the actual day of the holiday.
Join Block Club And Mayoral Candidate Brandon Johnson For ‘The Ballot Live’ At Thalia Hall
You can also watch a livestream of the interview with Johnson at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
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.