Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
After 3 Shootings Near Pilsen School, Neighbors Tell Leaders They’re Fed Up: ‘What Is Being Done Right Now?’
“Parts of 18th Street have been gentrified," one neighbor said, but violence continues to plague some blocks as it did 30 years ago.
Criminal Justice Reform Activists: If Blago Wants To Help Prisoners, He Needs To Listen To Them — And Get Over HimselfBy Jamie Nesbitt Golden Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore Primary category in which blog post is published
Paczki Day falls on Feb. 25 this year. Here are more than 60 places you can grab a pastry in Chicago.
After 26 festivals in one year in Pilsen, neighbors are fed up — so Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez is reducing the number of festivals he approves.
The event aims to promote the importance of the census in the traditionally undercounted Latino population, organizers said.
Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, Big Thief, The Fiery Furnaces and Twin Peaks will also rock the fest.
Elected school boards exist in 90 percent of school districts across the country, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts study.
How Can We Improve Food Access In Chicago And Beyond? Food Policy Summit Brings Experts Together In South Shore
Activists Malik Yakini of Detroit and Navina Khanna of Oakland will headline the 15th annual summit Friday at South Shore Cultural Center.
Trump Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities A ‘Crass’ Effort To Scare Immigrants Away From Census, Officials Say
"We’ve never seen a consistent attack like Donald Trump against non-white immigrants in America," Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia said.
In response to neighbors' concerns, Ald. Walter Burnett Jr. plans to introduce an ordinance to make more West Loop blocks eligible for residential parking permits.
Six parked cars have been stolen off the streets this month alone, police said.