- 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
Aldermen Give Initial OK to $13.5M in TIF Funding To Rehab Six Save-A-Lot Grocery Stores
The grocery stores are all on the South or West sides, which have seen five grocery stores close in the past two years.
Ald. Sophia King Announces Run For Mayor In 2023￼
King first took office in 2016 when she was tapped by Mayor Rahm Emanuel to fill the seat left empty by William Burns’ abrupt exit from City Hall.
Fulton Market Hotel Tower, Edgewater Apartments Up For Plan Commission Approval
Developers plan to add to the Fulton Market construction boom by razing the vacant former Bridgford Foods plant at the corner of Green and Peoria streets.
How Lightfoot And Housing Activists Reached An Uneasy Truce In The Battle For Woodlawn’s Future
The latest proposal to protect the area around the library includes extra measures aiming to help low- and middle-income earners buy homes in the neighborhood, where home prices have more than tripled in the past five years.
County Medical Examiner Opens 2,000-Body, Offsite Warehouse To Handle Growing Wave Of Coronavirus Deaths
Officials did not disclose the location of the new “surge center,” but said it is in Chicago, about five miles from the morgue.
Horse-Drawn Carriages Could Be Banned In Chicago By Next Year: ‘Their Time Has Passed,’ Alderman Says
Aldermen will vote next week on whether to ban horse-drawn carriages from the city as of Jan. 1.
Get Scooter Riders Off The Sidewalks And Into The Streets, Aldermen Urge City
City officials said 192 people were injured while riding scooters during last year's pilot program.
Lightfoot’s Plan To Expand Neighborhood Opportunity Fund Gets Thumbs Up From Aldermen
The changes to the fund are intended to make it easier for small businesses to apply and use the money.
Lightfoot Tightens Rules On Spending TIF Money For Private Developments
The new rules are designed to hold “private recipients of TIF dollars accountable to higher standards during the review and approval process,” the mayor said.
City Council’s First 2020 Meeting Will Feature 606 Demolition Ban, Food Truck Changes — But No New Weed Rules
Food trucks will be able to stay in the same spot for four hours under a rule change scheduled for a vote by the City Council Wednesday.
6 Months Into Office, Lori Lightfoot’s Pledge To End Aldermanic Prerogative A Work In Progress
“We are still on a point where there is a lot of resistance to change,” Lightfoot said. “But I relish the challenge.”
Logan Square’s 100 Percent Affordable Housing Proposal Wins Support From Key City Panel
It was a “very different” tone from the days of former Mayor Rahm Emanuel, whose Planning Commissioner David Reifman “hated this project,” Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa said with a laugh.
Tension Bubbles Between Aldermen And Mayor As Critical Budget Votes Loom
Aldermen have begun pushing back, stalling Lori Lightfoot’s first attempt to increase the supply of affordable housing and pressing her appointees on their views of aldermanic power.
Don’t Let Chicago Police Help ICE With Deportations, Immigrant Rights Groups Tell Mayor Lightfoot
“We are calling on the mayor to sign this executive order that makes sure our city resources are not being used to tear apart our families," activists said.
Chicago Democratic Socialists Celebrate City Council Wins, Plan For Future: ‘I Never Imagined We Would Have 6’
The Daily Line: Five new Democratic Socialists were elected alderman this year, raising DSA's ranks to six at City Hall.
Start Saving Money To Prepare For A Strike, CTU Urges Teachers As Leaders Blast First Proposal
The city's contract with the Chicago Teachers Union expires June 30.
Woman Who Said She Was Beaten By Cops After Trump Rally Should Get $248K, City Lawyers Recommend
Kathleen Griffin was “peacefully protesting” at the rally with her 13-year-old daughter when police beat her with batons, according to her lawsuit.
‘Don’t Keep Playing With My Ward’: Aldermen Clash Over Affordable Housing In Controversial North Side Plan
Ald. Tom Tunney said there should be more affordable units in a project in Ald. Walter Burnett's ward. Burnett told him to mind his own business.
Legal Pot, Gambling, Bonds And Law Changes: Rahm Emanuel Makes His Case For Solving Pension Crisis (FULL TEXT)
"These are not things that just make a difference today, or tomorrow, but for generations," Emanuel said.