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Chicago Lawn Teacher Wins Golden Apple Award: ‘Her Presence Extends Beyond This Classroom’
Anquineice Brown, a fourth-grade teacher at Marquette Elementary School, was surprised with the award Thursday.
Three Chicago Buildings Top List Of Most Endangered Historic Places In Illinois
The annual list includes the Century and Consumers buildings Downtown and the Damen Silos on the South Side.
26 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Cinco De Mayo Bar Crawl, Hafla Dance Party, Pullman Walking Tour And More
You can kick off the first weekend of May with Chicago's Latino Spirits Festival, a spring market, North Pond wildflower walk and more.
Chicago Is About To Have The Gayest City Council In The Country
Lesbian, gay and bisexual alderpeople now are one-fifth of the City Council — and they represent all corners of the city. The new members show "there is LGBTQ life outside of Boystown," one said.
South Side Group Wants To Beef Up Teen Programs After Youth Gatherings Downtown Turned Violent
The Support Group has helped thousands of Chicago teens through entrepreneur camps, basketball clinics and work opportunities. "More funding needs to come to our communities for programs like this," its founder said.
Mario’s Italian Lemonade Reopens For The Season In Little Italy
Mario's has been a mainstay in the neighborhood since 1954.
Little Village Alderman Demands Hilco Meet Neighbors Face To Face Or Stop Fleet Storage Development: ‘Enough Is Enough’
The push for an in-person meeting comes as residents are struggling to “gain a sense of closure" after the Crawford Coal plant implosion, an environmental group leader said.
16 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Pickle Fest, Bookstore Crawl, Chinese Music Concert And More
There's also a launch party for a Chicago brewery, an Edgebrook art and wine walk and a 5K through Ravenswood and Lincoln Square.
My Block, My Hood, My City Giving Away 1,000 More Meals In Chatham After Walmart Closure
Jahmal Cole, who founded the group, said he'd like to turn the closed Walmart into a community center, though those plans are still in early stages.
City Calls Chicago Fire Soccer Facility A ‘Win’ For Near West Side, But Public Housing Activists Say They Won’t Back Down
At a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday, city officials praised the deal while residents protested the use of public housing land for the training center.
Some Pilsen Neighbors Want Miche And My House Fests Kicked Out Of Harrison Park
Other neighbors said they support the fests because they bring money into Pilsen. Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez said the "flawed" process for approving fests needs to be improved.
Massive Back Of The Yards Project Gets $5 Million In TIF Funding
The money will support the $58 million United Yards project, bringing affordable housing, retail and a federally qualified health care center to 47th Street.
Why Did Chicago’s Latino Voters Split On Election Day? ‘The Biggest Lesson Is Outreach,’ Experts Say
Experts point to lack of voter outreach by campaigns and diverse ideologies as reasons why Chicago's 14 Latino-majority wards split support for Mayor-elect Brandon Johnson and challenger Paul Vallas.
Massive Fire Breaks Out In Little Village Pallet Yard
The fire at 25th Street and Rockwell Avenue raged for about two hours, but no one was injured. Wind and the density of wood made it difficult to extinguish, fire officials said.
Little Village Discount Mall Vendors To Move Into Vacant Gage Park Kmart
The city previously suggested the vendors move into a closed CVS near the mall, but it was too small. The new space is large enough, vendors say, and the city is giving them $500,000 to ease the transition.
Tour Pilsen And Little Village With TikTok Historian Shermann ‘Dilla’ Thomas
There are three tours: April 23, April 30 and May 7. Tickets are on sale.
Little Village Neighbors Slam Walmart For Closing Local Store And Pharmacy
The Little Village store is one of four set to close Sunday, forcing neighbors to find other grocery stores and pharmacies on short notice. "I know the people need this Walmart open," one resident said.
My Block, My Hood, My City Giving Away 1,000 Meals As Walmart Closes South Side Stores
Neighbors have said they were stunned by the announcement and are worried about losing access to affordable food, prescriptions and necessities.
South Side Leaders Demand Meeting With Walmart, Threaten Boycott As Mega-Retailer Closes 4 Neighborhood Stores
Smaller grocery stores were forced to close after Walmart opened in Chatham in 2012, Father Michael Pfleger said at a protest Thursday. “Now the bully pulls out and says it doesn’t want to be here anymore."
Walmart Fought For Years To Open In Chicago. Now, South And West Siders Feel Betrayed As They Close
Customers and local leaders are scrambling to find alternatives for groceries, prescriptions and other necessities in the wake of the mega chain's decision to abruptly shutter four of its eight Chicago stores.