- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- 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
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.
Locked Out Of Digital Classrooms, CPS Teachers Take Fight Against In-Person Learning To Del Valle’s Door
Teachers attempting to sign in to virtual classrooms were blocked Tuesday after the district locked out teachers who refused to return to the classroom because of coronavirus.
Boxcar Betty’s Opening Second Chicago Location In Bucktown
The Charleston-based restaurant is moving into the former home of Lillie’s Q at 1856 W. North Ave.
Legendary Southport Lanes Could Reopen This Year After Receiving ‘Lifesaving’ Grant From State
Owner Steve Soble says he hopes to reopen Southport Lanes as soon as March, depending on the latest round of Paycheck Protection Program funding.
CPS Watchdog Report Details Cases Of Sexual Misconduct Targeting Chicago Students
Of the almost 50 employees involved in sexual misconduct investigations who were fired, resigned or retired, some remained in good standing with the state board of education even after the district had filed reports with the state.
The Lincoln Park Zoo Is Closed Until March, But You Can Catch Up With Its Animals In A New YouTube Series
New episodes of the series will premiere every Tuesday and Thursday, featuring various exhibits and animals.
Wiener’s Circle Raising Money To Support Staff While Hot Dog Spot Is Closed For Renovations
The Wiener's Circle will reopen later this year after completing its renovations, but fans can support its staff in the meantime through an online GoFundMe campaign.
Lost Larson, Popular Andersonville Bakery, Opens Wicker Park Location
The bakery opened this week inside the storefront formerly home to Purple Llama Coffee & Records.
Aldermen Blast Lightfoot, Police Over Anjanette Young Raid: ‘This Should Have Been Alarming To Anyone That Looked At It’
The hearing came after days of intense backlash over the improper raid of Young's home and controversial revelations on how the Mayor's Office handled the issue.
$250 Million Old Town Project With 450 Apartments Approved By Key City Commission
The Shops at Big Deahl project would include three residential buildings, a fitness center and a public park.
‘The Time Is Now’ To Fix City’s Broken Recycling System, Aldermen Say As They Call For Hearing
"The time is now for Chicago to take action against climate change by stepping up and ensuring that the Chicago Recycling Ordinance is properly implemented and enforced,” the resolution says.
Open TV’s Brave Futures Film Race Showcases Movies Made In Just 48 Hours By LGBTQ Artists And People Of Color
Filmmakers had 48 hours to create a film using a skeleton crew, cash stipend and camera equipment provided by the network.
New Study Says Chicago’s Teacher Evaluation May Penalize Black Educators
The scores could lead to disproportionate and incorrect identification of Black teachers for remediation and dismissal — an outcome that would be counterproductive to efforts to diversify the teacher workforce.
Kitten Trapped In Car’s Engine Rescued By East Ukrainian Village Neighbors
A neighbor who cares for a feral cat colony alerted Animal Control and cops, to no avail. It took a nearby vet tech and the car's owner to save the kitten.
Chicago Failing To Enforce Recycling Rules In Big Buildings, Businesses — And Has Abysmal Results To Show For It, Watchdog Says
The city “makes no attempt" to identify big building owners who don't offer recycling, even though more than 40 percent of Chicagoans live in high-density buildings, the inspector general said.