Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- 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
46th Ward Candidates To Face Off In Uptown Forum Tuesday
Six candidates are vying to replace retiring Ald. James Cappleman (46th).
All-Affordable Apartment Building At Edgewater Streets & San Depot Unveiled With Alderman ‘Deeply Invested’
The proposal calls for redeveloping a Streets and Sanitation depot on Broadway into an 11-story apartment building with all-affordable units.
6 Candidates Running To Replace Retiring Ald. James Cappleman As Uptown, Lakeview Alderperson
Ald. James Cappleman is retiring after three terms on the City Council.
West Ridge Orthodox Jewish High School To Build School At California And Pratt
Yeshivas Ohr Eliyahu's current all-boys high school is spread over nine buildings. Its new building will help the school grow its enrollment.
Lunar New Year Parades Return To Chicago This Weekend With Added Police After California Mass Shooting
Police say there are no known threats, but the department and event organizers are taking more precautions following a mass shooting that killed 11 people outside Los Angeles on Lunar New Year's Eve.
Ald. Debra Silverstein Faces CPS Teacher In 50th Ward Race
Community organizer and teacher Mueze Bawany is hoping to deny Silverstein a fourth term in office representing West Ridge.
Touché Leaders Agree To Work With Community Months After Racist Performance At Gay Bar
Forum attendees who saw the November performance at Touché described the experience as “mortifying,” “disgusting,” “hurtful” and “beyond appalling.”
Rogers Park Alderman Candidate Gets Cease-And-Desist From City For Hosting Parties, Charging Cover At Campaign HQ
Aldermanic hopeful Bill Morton's campaign headquarters was hosting live entertainment with bring-your-own-beer service without having the proper permits, city records show.
Ald. Andre Vasquez Faces 2 Challengers As He Seeks A 2nd Term Representing Lincoln Square
Christian Blume and Jane Lucius are making their first bids for elected office, while Vasquez hopes to keep pushing for better CTA service, solutions to the city's homelessness crisis and expanding emergency mental health care.
Apple TV+ Filming Sci-Fi Show At Montrose Harbor, Complete With A Fake House And Simulated Blizzard
The show, which stars Joel Edgerton and Jennifer Connelly, is an adaptation of the science fiction novel "Dark Matter," which is set in Chicago.
Jeni’s Ice Cream Opening Andersonville Store Thursday With Free Scoops, Gift Bags
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams is open on Clark Street in the former home of a longtime dessert parlor.
Outgoing Ald. Harry Osterman Endorses Affordable Housing Developer Joe Dunne In Packed 48th Ward Race
Dunne, a leader at Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation, is one of 10 candidates for 48th Ward alderperson.
Parents Of 3-Year-Old Hit By Truck In Uptown Sue City — And Say It Must Crack Down On Bike Lane Blockers
Lily Shambrook's "death was not an accident. The factors that led to Lily's death were known problems and they were preventable," said one cycling advocate.
Lincoln Park Dispensary, Metra Station Rehab, Nobody’s Darling Expansion Get Key Zoning Approvals
All projects advanced Tuesday could go in front of the full City Council for a final vote as soon as Wednesday.
All 9 Mayoral Candidates Court North Side Voters At Lane Tech Forum Sunday
Mayoral contenders traded barbs on policing, CPS and CTA as they made their pitch to lead City Hall.
Hammer-Wielding Man Shouting Homophobic Slurs Smashes Glass Door At Rogers Park’s R Public House, Owners Say
The attacker, who got away, yelled and threatened a man and woman who were entering the gay-owned bar and restaurant.
Roost Closing Andersonville Vintage Shop After 14 Years On Clark Street
The last three years have been a "real struggle" for the anchor business at the north end of Andersonville's commercial district.
Federal Administrative Judge, Palmer House Bartender Among Candidates Vying To Replace Retiring Ald. James Cappleman In 46th Ward
Patrick Nagle and Roushaunda Williams are two of six candidates running for the open 46th Ward seat.
48th Ward Candidates Aiming To Replace Ald. Harry Osterman To Debate Issues At Forum Saturday
Ten candidates are running to replace Osterman, who is retiring.
After Isel’s Cleaners Owners Killed In Florida Crash, Rogers Park Neighbors Step Up To Help Devastated Family
Maribel Macedo and Armando Sanchez, owners of Isel's Cleaners, died in a 21-car pileup on New Year's Day as they headed home to Chicago. They had been celebrating an overdue honeymoon.