- 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
New Late Night Bars Would Be Banned In Parts Of Old Town, Gold Coast Under Proposal
Ald. Brian Hopkins also wants a ban on all future liquor licenses along Wells Street in Old Town, saying neighbors and police have had enough of rowdiness and disorderly behavior.
Ald. Brian Hopkins Will Lead 2nd Ward For 3rd Term After Going Unopposed In Election
During this next term, Hopkins aims to overhaul how City Council draws its wards — after seeing his own 2nd Ward get changed.
Ald. Brian Hopkins, Sailing Into 3rd Term Unopposed, Throws Support Behind Paul Vallas For Mayor
With the City Council poised for big turnover, and maybe a new mayor, Hopkins said this could be the best chance to establish an independent redistricting commission to draw the city's 50 wards.
Huge Old Town Development Would Remove 2 Gas Stations, Add Residential Tower And Bring Grocer To Former Treasure Island Spot
Fern Hill, the developers partnering with architect David Adjaye to transform a series of properties in Old Town, presented possibilities for the planned development during a community meeting Thursday.
Here’s Who Is Running To Represent Downtown, West Loop In City Council
Alds. Walter Burnett and Brian Hopkins are running unopposed, while Ald. Brendan Reilly has a challenger. Two newcomers are vying for the newly relocated 34th Ward.
How Much Does My Alderman Make? Here’s A Complete List
The highest-paid alderpeople will make $142,772 next year, thanks to a nearly 10 percent raise. The lowest-paid alderperson makes $115,560, by comparison.
Ald. Brian Hopkins Seeking Reelection — But Not Ruling Out ‘Last-Minute Pivot’ To Join Crowded Mayor’s Race
Hopkins has been a consistent Lori Lightfoot critic and said his motivation behind contemplating a run against her is based on "dissatisfaction with her leadership and her performance."
‘Disappointed But Not Surprised’: Outraged Alderman, Neighbors Pledge To Lobby Against Bally’s As Chicago’s 1st Casino
Lightfoot's pick is the Tribune Publishing site on the Chicago River — and aldermen are accusing her of sidestepping the city's casino committee. "Tired of these false, zero-sum choices that Chicago mayors have been setting up for decades," one tweeted.
The Battle For Lincoln Yards: New Map Takes Megadevelopment From The Alderman Who Fought To Build It
Ald. Scott Waguespack (32nd) says adding Lincoln Yards to his ward would make the community more "contiguous." Hopkins called that "utter nonsense."
The City’s Ward Boundaries Are Decided By A Few Powerful Aldermen. What If Maps Were Drawn ‘For Chicagoans, By Chicagoans’ Instead?
Gerrymandering has long led to frankenstein ward boundaries that don't serve residents. A civic group says it's time for Chicagoans to take over the process.
Infrastructure Projects Will Shut Down Some Ukrainian Village Roads In Upcoming Months
Work includes a water main replacement and improvements to People's Gas equipment.
This Walk Signal Faces The Wrong Way, Sending Wicker Park Pedestrians Into Oncoming Traffic
The poorly aligned pedestrian walk signal at the corner of Ashland and Milwaukee avenues is sending unwitting Wicker Park residents into danger.
Shake-It Owners To Pitch Plans For Burger Restaurant At Ukrainian Village Meeting This Week
Shake-It's owners are expected to unveil design plans and information about the restaurant's chef and menu at the meeting.
PSA: No Parking On North Avenue Near Hollywood Grill This Friday
No parking and tow zone signs will be posted on parts of North Avenue as crews film a commercial in the neighborhood.
Will Lincoln Yards Vote Be Delayed? Hopkins Says Maybe After Mayoral Candidates, Neighbors Call For Stall
"Why not wait? The voters spoke," a member of one neighborhood group said.
Hundreds Pack City Hall, Calling ‘Rushed’ Lincoln Yards Vote The New ‘Parking Meter Deal’
Editorials in the Sun-Times, Tribune and Crain's Chicago Business called on Ald. Hopkins to slow down the approval process – but it's moving ahead.