- 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, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
COVID Vaccination Sites For Kids, Families Have Slots Open Throughout Summer
Anyone 6 months and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine. South Side sites are open throughout the summer for families.
Local Photographers To Be Featured At Pullman Art Gallery, Starting With Opening Night Reception This Week
The "As Stewarded" photography exhibit explores stewardship and how it relates to architecture, infrastructure, preservation, demolition, construction and neglect.
Man Charged With Handcuffing, Raping Woman In Vacant Home For 3 Days: ‘Straight Out Of A Horror Movie,’ Prosecutors Say
The woman was rescued after a community organizer passing by the house heard her screams and called police.
Tour Pullman’s Greenest, Most Colorful Yards At Annual Historical Garden Walk
Pullman's green thumbs are opening their yards for self-guided and guided tours this weekend. There will also be plants, T-shirts, garden knick knacks and art for sale.
Chicago Firefighter Wounded In 2021 West Pullman Mass Shooting Dies
Timothy Eiland, 33, was shot Sept. 11 as he was leaving a family birthday party. His teenage niece and three other men were wounded, and a mom from suburban Dolton was killed.
Here Are Some Street Upgrades That Will Start Rolling Out In Pullman In 2023
Better walkways for pedestrians and bike lanes are some of the proposals for 111th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue as part of the city's Chicago Works infrastructure program.
Pullman Community Center Flourishes As A Special Place For Neighborhood Kids: ‘When They Go To The Center, They Feel Free’
The Pullman Community Center is also home to several local sports leagues, including the Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparatory Academy’s baseball team, which played Lane Tech in the Chicago Public School’s Baseball Championship game in May.
South Side 4th Graders Will Explore Chicago In Pullman National Monument Summer Program
Youths in the program will explore three Chicago destinations with local park rangers, including the Pullman National Monument, a local nature area and a Downtown location.
Get Active In June At Pullman National Monument Health And Wellness Programs
Park rangers are leading free walking, biking, yoga and Zumba sessions each Saturday in June.
Taste Of Chicago Is Back. Here’s The Full Lineup Of Restaurants, Music And More
This year's Taste will include a scaled-down festival in Grant Park, plus neighborhood festivals in Austin, Pullman and Little Village. There will no food tickets sold this year, with cash and credit cards accepted instead.
Far South Side School Hosting Clothing Drive To Help Neighbors Struggling With Homelessness
Student activists at Marcus Garvey Elementary School will be collecting undergarments 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Friday.
Celebrate Memorial Day Early With Food, Music And Art In Pullman Friday
All are welcome at the free event at Greenstone United Methodist Church Friday afternoon.
Woman Found ‘Handcuffed And Chained’ In Abandoned South Side House After Activist Hears Her Cries For Help
The woman is in good condition and staying in a hotel. The man who found her said the incident reflects the need for community control over abandoned property in disinvested neighborhoods.
How Do We Prevent Violence In Roseland? Kids Off The Block, DePaul Hosting Forum Saturday Talk With Neighbors
The two groups will talk to neighbors about the ideas local youth came up with for preventing gun violence in Roseland.
Brooks College Prep And Hyde Park Academy Add Varsity Golf Teams, Bringing A Predominately North Side Sport To South Siders
Most school golf programs are on the North Side — but more South Side students will soon be able to golf without having to worry about the expenses.
TikTok Videos And Teacher Calls: How A South Side Chicago School Increased Vaccine Uptake
In December, only 5.4 percent of Dunne students were fully vaccinated. But in the past few months, the school has seen an increase in uptake to 42.3 percent, close to CPS' overall average.
Vulnerable Senior Went Missing Twice Because Of Inadequate Security At South Side Assisted Living Facility, Family Alleges In Lawsuit
A second lawsuit alleges New City Supportive Living in Back of the Yards failed to properly care for another resident who experienced physical injury and emotional harm.
Enter Antique Train Cars, Control A Simulated Locomotive And More At Pullman Railroad Days
The Historic Pullman Foundation's weekend-long celebration of the iconic train company and its namesake neighborhood takes place May 14-15.
Historic Pullman Walking Tours Return Next Month After 6-Month Hiatus
Tickets start at $10 for the guided tours, which take guests through the Pullman neighborhood and discuss the company's role in American industry, rail innovation, urban design and the labor movement.
West Pullman School Converted To Senior Housing Has Become Unsafe, Some Residents Say — But Developer Says He’s Fixing Issues
Residents at the West Pullman School Senior Community say they're fed up with persistent security lapses and mismanagement. The apartments are inside a converted former school building.