Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
With Rogers Park Art Gallery’s Closure, Glenwood Sculpture Garden In Limbo: ‘I Really Hope It’s Not Left To Decay’
The coronavirus pandemic caused the closure of the Rogers Park Art Gallery, which managed the Glenwood Sculpture Garden. No one has taken on the garden's upkeep yet.
‘Devastated’ Pfleger, Removed Over Child Sex Abuse Allegation, Says He’s Angry, Hurt — But Can’t Speak Out More
"I have been asked by the Diocese not to speak out at this time," Pfleger wrote on Facebook. "I am Blessed with good leadership and amazing members, whom I love."
CPAC Plan Would Cut $600 Million From Chicago Police Budget, As Aldermen Debate Civilian Oversight Of Cops
Backers for the Civilian Police Accountability Council and the Grassroots Alliance for Police Accountability presented changes to their respective ordinances Tuesday as they try to drum up support from aldermen.
Can Chicago Finally Get An Elected School Board? After Years Of Fighting, Advocates Push State Senators To Pass 2019 Bill
Mayor Lori Lightfoot campaigned on her support for an elected school board, but then said she needed more time to study the matter.
Lines Start At 3:30 AM, Stretch For Blocks At Newly Reopened Secretary Of State Offices
Most secretary of state offices — where new driver's licenses, permits and license plates are processed — closed in November because of the pandemic.
To Protect Chicago’s Piping Plovers, Group Wants Montrose Beach Nesting Ground Added To Nature Preserve
The endangered piping plovers have chosen a sliver of Montrose Beach as their yearly nesting ground. The space should be added to the nearby dunes natural area, conservationists say.
It Could Take 1.5 Years To Vaccinate All Of Chicago Unless Feds Increase Supply, Lightfoot Says
The city has created the infrastructure to deliver vaccine doses, Lightfoot said — now it just needs the doses: "Lives are at stake."
Are You An Out-Of-Work Restaurant Or Bar Worker? Southern Smoke’s $4 Million Relief Fund Can Help
Despite launching in August, Southern Smoke Foundation leaders say they still have $3.6 million to help restaurant and bar industry workers in Cook County.
Would New Development On Uptown’s Clark Street Help Immigrant Businesses Or ‘Upend’ Neighborhood? Residents Are Mixed
"For Sale" signs have been popping up along an Uptown retail stretch for years. A project could help turn things around, but some residents fear more building could hurt longtime business owners.
Coronavirus Kills 79 More Illinoisans, Bringing Death Toll To At Least 16,834
The most recent victims included 41 people from Cook County, including a teen and a woman in her 30s.
Clouds Are Coming Every Day This Week In Chicago
Just two days are expected to get sun this week.
267 Coronavirus Deaths Reported In Illinois During Long Holiday Weekend
The most recent victims included 125 people from Cook County, including a man in his 30s, three people in their 40s and 11 people in their 50s.
Some CPS Teachers Refusing To Return To In-Person Learning Due To Coronavirus: ‘I Am In Fear For My Life’
"I feel like CPS is destroying remote education for the many that have chosen it, and in particular for the Black and Brown majority that have chosen remote because they want to stay home and stay safe."
Rogers Park Refugee Nonprofit Takes Over Space In Former St. Jerome School, Doubling Ability To Tutor Kids
Madonna Mission has moved from a Sheridan Road storefront into the former St. Jerome School building.
As Anjanette Young Meets With Mayor, City Watchdog Launches Investigation Into Wrongful Raid, Fallout
Inspector General Joe Ferguson told aldermen his office is investigating the police conduct surrounding the raid of Young's home and the city's handling of the ongoing controversy.
Coronavirus Kills 133 More Illinoisans, Bringing Death Toll To 16,490
At least 16,490 people have died from COVID-19 in Illinois, and another 1,488 deaths are probably related to the virus. People are urged to stay home for New Year's Eve.
Park District Postpones In-Person Winter Programs Due To Coronavirus
The programs were scheduled to begin Monday, but their start will be postponed indefinitely to comply with the state's current COVID-19 safety rules.
Chicago’s 2020 In Photos: Unrest And A Pandemic — But Beauty And Unity, Too
We rang in 2020 with legal weed and an imprisoned former governor returning. Then, everything changed.
Chicago Teachers, Families Worried As Schools Near Reopening: ‘CPS Is Not Prepared To Bring Kids Back Safely’
Teachers say the district has failed to provide answers on COVID-19 testing, mask enforcement and other vital things that should be discussed before heading back to the classroom.
U.K.’s New Coronavirus Variant Now In The US, But Local Officials Say Masking, Distancing Still Work
State and city officials have downplayed concerns about the virus's variant, saying people can stop its spread with things they already do: social distancing, masking and hand washing.