- 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, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Mysterious Boat Abandoned On Chicago River Sinks — And Taxpayers Will Likely Pay For Its Removal
The boat was tied up in September, but it started sinking last week after heavy rains. Experts say abandoned boats aren't that rare.
Surprise! Chicago’s River Dyed Green For St. Patrick’s Day After All
The announcement was made last minute, likely to prevent crowds from gathering on the riverfront with coronavirus restrictions still in place.
Woman, Fatally Stabbed, Found In Chicago River Near Lane Tech High School
Police say the woman had been stabbed multiple times.
Baby Snapping Turtles Hatch Along Riverbank In North Center
“Since June, everyone has been really careful and cautious of the nests. Someone even put out fencing to protect them," one neighbor said.
Did The City Raise A Downtown Bridge With People On It? No, Officials Say After Viral Video Surfaces
The video’s poster shared video showing him climbing a raised Downtown bridge just months earlier. The city described the latest incident as "extremely reckless and potentially deadly behavior."
Fish Are Returning To Chicago River, Waterways, New Study Says
The Chicago River and other waterways have become less polluted thanks to advocacy work from local groups.
Neighbors Say General Iron Pollution Puts Them More At Risk During Coronavirus Crisis, But Scrapper Says It’s ‘Essential’
The owner of General Iron said the scrap metal yard is an essential business. Neighbors, including Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd), disagree.
Swimming In The Chicago River? It’s Not A Wise Choice, Experts Say — But That Didn’t Stop This Backflipper
The river is "pretty clean" most of the time, said the person who recorded the man's dip, but he's worried there could have been sewage backed up into it during the man's swim due to recent storms.
Walking Museum To Honor City’s Native American History With Serpent Mound And More — But Organizers Need Your Help
The Northwest Portage Walking Museum would feature a coil mound and a serpent mound designed by indigenous artist Santiago X.
River Park Will Soon Offer Kayaking, Canoe Trips And More As North Branch River Activities Head Northwest
Money to convert the boathouse to a museum is being sought. "We're going to try and make this happen,” a park district planner said.
Duck With Plastic 6-Pack Holder Around Its Head Eludes Army Of Rescuers On North Branch Of Chicago River
Neighbors using nets, boats, kayaks and lots of bread have tried for four days to help the duck, but to no avail.
The End of Chicago’s Only ‘Waterfall’ Marks A New Beginning For Life On The River
Don't go chasing waterfalls — Chicago doesn't have one anymore. The 100-year-old four-foot dam is being torn down.