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Man Charged After 7-Year-Old Boy Shot On His Way To Church In Roseland
The boy, Legend Barr, suffered a shattered femur and underwent surgery. His mom has launched a fundraiser to help pay medical bills while Legend recovers.
You Can Get Your Pet Blessed In Pullman This Weekend
There will be a raffle, silent auctions from local businesses and vegan food for sale at the Sunday event.
Pullman And Roseland Community Bike Ride Mixing History And Halloween Fun This Weekend
The ride will feature stops at notable Pullman and Roseland locations, such as Roseland's Old Fashioned Donuts and the Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site.
What Would You Want Built Around Major Taylor Trail? Saturday Meeting Will Cover Development Plans
The city planning department has put together a plan to make "neighborhood-oriented investments" around the 8-mile walking and biking trail.
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.
Attackers Hit Older Asian Man With Bottle, Robbed Him On Red Line: ‘Absolutely Horrific’
The attack is the latest in a wave of violence against older Asian residents, a community advocate said.
End-Of-Summer Celebration With Art, Performances And More Coming To Pullman This Weekend
The exhibitions focus on photos, sculptures and other work from local artists, while the performances focus on live music and dance.
Historical Pullman Workers’ Home, Partially Restored By Former Electrician And ‘Lover Of Found Things,’ Up For Sale
Pamela Forsberg is selling the home on behalf of her father, who spent years renovating it. The fixer-upper has many historical details.
First Football Game In Illinois History Between 2 Black Women Coaches Will Be Played In Chicago Thursday
Konesha Rhea and Jousecelyn Mayfield went from coaching youth football to leading their own high school teams. They say their matchup Thursday is bigger than football.
South, West Side Fans Say Bears Move To Suburbs Could Further Alienate Working-Class Chicago Supporters
Youth coaches and fans in the city said a move risks distancing the team and its community programs from people who already have a hard time seeing them play. "Watching spectator sports is becoming something affluent people do."
Pullman, Altgeld Gardens Could Get New 101-Room Hotel And Save A Lot Grocery Store
Developers want to build Hampton by Hilton Hotel on part of Pullman Park and a Save A Lot grocery store that could serve thousands of residents in a Far South Side food desert.
15 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Ravenswood Art Walk, Mexican Independence Parade & A Pickle Crawl
From a gyro fest and double-dutch meetup to dog yoga and two Selena-themed tributes, there's something for everyone this weekend.
Roseland’s Ware Ranch Steak House Welcomes Back Customers 2 Years After Fire And Looting Shut It Down
Restaurant owners Judy and Victor Ware are serving customers at Roseland's Ware Ranch Steak House once again after looting and fire gutted the restaurant in 2020.
Pullman Coffee Shop Debuts Monday As Groups Launches Tours Of Historical Neighborhood Homes
The Pullman Club Coffee Shop will open alongside a smaller-scale version of the Pullman House Project. Organizers are preparing for an official opening later this year.
Here Are 2 Labor Day Events In Pullman To Check Out Monday
The Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site and the Greenstone United Methodist Church will have neighborhood tours, musical performances and a barbecue.
Roseland To Get Community Park With Basketball Court, Mural, Stage And More
Roseland's POP! Heights Park will provide nearly 22,000 square feet of outdoor recreational space for Far South Side residents.
A Pullman Softball Team Wants To Bring More Black And Brown Girls Into The Sport. Here’s How To Support Them
India Steward is raising $20,000 to support her team of Black and Brown girls: "We have to make sure that we can provide for our girls or they will miss out on a lot of opportunities.”
Roseland Churches Partner For Back-To-School Fair Saturday
There will be free food, music and a school supply giveaway for students.
Shop Roseland This Weekend Will Feature Local Vendors Selling Clothes, Housewares And More
Organizers hopes the event will help local businesses and community members connect and support each other.
Roseland Could Get Street Upgrades, Sidewalk Pavers, Welcome Signs Inspired By Its Flowery Name
The project is meant to provide street improvements in the Far South Side neighborhood. During a Tuesday meeting, neighbors weighed in on visual upgrades to the community's main corridors.