- 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, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Michigan Parents Suing Navy Pier After 8-Year-Old’s Horrific Fall At Climbing Wall: ‘We Thought He Was Dead’
George Brewer suffered multiple injuries and has undergone four surgeries after his parents say staff failed to secure a safety rope to his harness at a climbing wall at Navy Pier. The boy fell to the ground from 24 feet.
Pilsen Parishioners Take Fight To Save Beloved St. Adalbert Statue To Cardinal’s Feet At Protest
As Cardinal Blase Cupich spoke at a fundraiser for immigrants at St. Ignatius, Polish and Mexican parishioners protested outside to save a statue in a church the archdiocese forced to close.
Missing UIC Student Natally Brookson Found Dead; Boyfriend Still Missing
A body found May 2 in Lake Michigan was identified as 22-year-old Natally Brookson. Her boyfriend, Daniel Sotelo, who disappeared around the same time, is missing. His family is hosting a search party Sunday.
Most Residents Say ‘No’ To Bally’s Casino At River West Town Hall But Alderman Says A Silent Majority Supports It
Nearly 500 neighbors came out to oppose the casino planned for the prime riverfront site at Tribune Publishing Center. But Ald. Walter Burnett Jr. said, "A lot of my senior citizens who don't come to these things like to gamble."
Controversial Police Misconduct Settlements, Stalled Ordinances To Come To A Head In Packed City Council Meeting
City Council will also vote on a plan to crackdown on stolen phones and and a controversial proposal to relocate Saint Anthony Hospital to Little Village.
Anjanette Young Raid Investigation Finds City Failed In Oversight — But Lightfoot Didn’t ‘Purposefully’ Conceal Evidence
A summary of the report was made public Thursday, one day after City Council approved a $2.9 million payout to settle the lawsuit filed by Young.
Watchdog Contacted Child Protective Services 22 Times About Sexual Misconduct Allegations At Logan Square School
The watchdog substantiated allegations against 10 Marine Leadership Academy employees and one volunteer following an anonymous tip in 2019.
Block Club’s Kelly Bauer Is Chicago’s Journalist Of The Year
The Chicago Journalists Association is honoring Kelly with the award. In honor of her dedication to Chicago, we’re launching the inaugural Block Club Investigative Fund.
Federal Dollars Fuel CTA’s Ambitious Budget As Depressed Ridership Leaves Agency’s Future Revenues In Doubt
At the lowest ebb of pandemic ridership, the CTA was only seeing an average of about 250,000 riders each weekday. It’s bounced back to 750,000, only about half of its pre-pandemic number.
ZooLights Returns Next Month At Lincoln Park Zoo — And Tickets Are Available Now
Tickets for ZooLights went on sale Thursday for Lincoln Park Zoo members. Sales will open to the general public Oct. 28.
Blues Legend Muddy Waters’ Former Home Is Now A Chicago Landmark
The Kenwood home, which also hosted music legends Howlin’ Wolf and Chuck Berry, was one of three projects to receive landmark status Thursday.
One Of Chicago’s Most Famous Basketball Courts Is Getting A $500,000 Facelift
Margaret Hie Ding Lin Park, a backdrop for sports commercials starring Michael Jordan and Derrick Rose, is getting a new half court and other upgrades.
Controversial Near North Side Apartment Tower Proposal Gets Taller And Thinner Ahead Of Key City Vote
Fifield Companies' latest proposal is for a 39-story building at 125 W. Maple St., but neighbors in the next-door condo building don't approve.
Bears Should Focus On ‘Being Relevant Past October’ And Stop Threatening To Move To Arlington Heights, Mayor Lightfoot Says
The Bears submitted a bid to buy the closing Arlington International Racecourse in suburban Arlington Heights. Mayor Lori Lightfoot dismissed it as "clearly a negotiating tactic."
Chicago Moves Into 1C Vaccinations Soon. Here’s Who Can Get A Shot
Phase 1C of COVID-19 vaccinations includes people with underlying conditions and essential workers.
Coronavirus Kills 55 More People In Illinois, But Numbers ‘Looking Really Good’ For Chicago As Deaths Fall And Vaccinations Rise
April will be "much bigger" for Chicago in terms of vaccinations — and May will see even more than that, the city's top health official said.
Massive Michael Reese Hospital Redevelopment Set For Plan Commission Vote Thursday
An update to the Fulton Market Innovation District plan, a proposed 50-foot building at The Fields development and a new elementary school in Belmont Cragin will also be considered.
CPS Parent Group Says Kids Learning From Home Need More Support From District
Raise Your Hand for Illinois, an education advocacy group, created a list of demands for the district, calling for more transparency, increased spending on remote learning and a meeting with CPS leadership.
In Chicago, Teachers With Children Less Likely To Get Permission To Work From Home
In Chicago, only 1 in 10 teachers who asked for a child-care accommodation that would allow them to continue working remotely received such permission, according to Dec. 29 data provided by Chicago Public Schools.
Despite Rocky First Week, CPS Chief’s Confidence In Reopening Has ‘Only Increased’
CPS CEO Janice Jackson said people have been "across the board" happy with the district's reopening plan — but many teachers remain fiercely opposed to the district's mandate.