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Controversial Affordable Housing Project In Auburn Gresham Will Be Redesigned — But Neighbors Still Want A Grocery Store Instead
Rather than building one affordable housing complex in Auburn Gresham, developers and city officials have proposed adding two.
‘DuSable Lake Shore Drive’ Name Change Compromise Could Get Sealed By City Council Friday
The City Council is back Friday after a chaotic Wednesday meeting got pushed back. Meanwhile, 22 aldermen sent Mayor Lori Lightfoot a letter asking her to follow City Council procedures.
Critics Of Changing Lake Shore Drive To DuSable Drive Suggest Alternatives — But Supporters Aren’t Backing Down
Ald. David Moore said the votes are still there to pass an ordinance that would rename Lake Shore Drive after Jean Baptiste Point du Sable — and said attempts to rename the Riverwalk and Millennium Park in its place won't work.
Auburn Gresham Neighbors Push Back On Affordable Housing Proposal, Say They Want Businesses First
Neighbors spoke out against Auburn Gardens, a $20 million retail and residential space slated to be built on vacant land at 838-58 W. 79th St.
Naming Riverwalk And Park — Not Lake Shore Drive — After Du Sable A Better Way To Honor City Founder, Lightfoot Says
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's plan was announced after aldermen proposed naming Lake Shore Drive after du Sable, which angered some residents.
Some Auburn Gresham Residents Say They Don’t Want City-Backed Affordable Housing On 79th Street
Residents called for more commercial-focused development and better communication from city officials.
Englewood Aldermen Commend Neighbors For Stepping Up To Help Amid Carjacking Surge
Local businessmen and volunteers are stepping up to stand watch at neighborhood gas stations as part of "Operation Safe Pump."
Here’s Where To Get A Free Dinner In Englewood On Friday
Two hundred dinners will given away Friday afternoon at Cafe 75, 7550 S. Halsted St.
Construction Starts Soon On Auburn Park Metra Station Along Rock Island Line
The three-year, multimillion dollar project promises to give Auburn Gresham an economic boost.
Developers Break Ground On 40 Units Of Affordable Housing In Auburn Gresham
The solar-powered, energy-efficient project is one of two developments planned for the area by 548 Capital.
Ogden Park’s New Football Field And Track Is Ready For Play: ‘It Feels Good To See It Happen’
The $2.7 million project is just one part of the plan Moore has for the 115 year-old park.
‘There’s Nothing Gangsta’ About Killing A Child: Devastated Parents Of Slain Englewood Toddler Beg Young Men To Stop Shooting
Community leaders on the ground and in the statehouse are working on solutions to quell city violence as the parents of Sincere Gaston mourn.
Hungry? Get A Free Meal At JJ Fish And Chicken In Englewood Monday
Ald. David Moore is teaming up with the popular local chain to give out free meals.
With City’s Largest Coronavirus Cluster Now On South Side, Aldermen Beg Residents To Stay Home
Auburn Gresham's 60620 zip code now has the highest number of confirmed coronavirus cases of any Chicago zip code, with 359.
What Will Replace Auburn Gresham’s Closed Sav-A-Lot? Alderman Courting Multiple Grocers
Ald. David Moore hopes to fill the vacancy left by the discount grocer as soon as possible.
It’s Time To Make Juneteenth An Official City Holiday, Ald. Says: ‘Black History Is American History’
Juneteenth — or June 19 — marks the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans, and should be celebrated citywide, supporters say.
Auburn Gresham’s Save-A-Lot To Close Feb. 22, But Alderman Wants To Stop It
The discount supermarket blamed the decision on failing to meet sales quotas, said Ald. David Moore.
What Will Make Englewood Thrive? Investment In People, Residents Say At Packed Town Hall: ‘We Are Our Own Solution’
More than 500 people and five aldermen packed a South Side auditorium to discuss solutions to issues facing Englewood.
Englewood’s 5 Aldermen Coming Together For Town Hall On State Of The Neighborhood Tuesday
"For so long, the aldermen of Englewood have not worked together," one alderman said. But the current crop of aldermen are trying to change that now.
Closure Of Auburn Gresham CVS Angers Alderman, Residents: ‘We Really Need A Pharmacy’
CVS is the third business along the 79th Street Corridor to close recently.