- 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
Joe Moreno’s Bad Behavior ‘An Open Secret’ In 1st Ward, Opponent Says After Alderman’s Ex-Aide Accuses Him Of Sexual Harassment
One of Moreno's ex-aides claims the alderman once asked his staffers to take their shirts off at a bar for a pay raise "contest." Meanwhile Moreno blasted the "absurd, false charges."
Wicker Park Meeting About Lincoln Yards Canceled — Because Sterling Bay Never Agreed To It In The First Place
The city's Community Development Commission is slated to consider the $900 million Cortland/Chicago River TIF proposal Tuesday.
Candidate La Spata Apologizes After ‘Racist’ Bachelor Party Photo Criticized By Black Caucus Leader
“I apologize unequivocally for the photo,” La Spata said. “The photograph and the costumes were not racially motivated, but I understand how it could be perceived.”
Ald. Joe Moreno Investigated For Filing A False Stolen Car Report After Woman He Dated Arrested Driving It
Charges were dropped against the woman Tuesday. "I don't like any of this. It really bothers me. Nothing happened," she told Block Club.
In City’s Hottest Neighborhoods, Aldermen Rake In Campaign Cash From Developers
Developers are continuing to flock to Logan Square, Wicker Park and Bucktown — and some aldermen overseeing those neighborhoods are reaping the benefits.
On Call Taped By FBI, Lawyer Complains 4 Aldermen Steered Him Business … But Not Solis, Sun-Times Reports
Victor Reyes, former head of the powerful Hispanic Democratic Organization, complained Solis wasn't sending him business like Joe Moreno, George Cardenas, Ricardo Munoz and Roberto Maldonado.
10 Aldermen Vow To Oppose Lincoln Yards As New Zoning Chair Pushes For More Affordable Housing
“My concern is the very poor,” Ald. James Cappleman said. “No alderman has done more for the homeless in Chicago than I have.”
Affordability Takes Center Stage At Logan Square Aldermanic Debate
Though they're usually on opposite sides of the spectrum, Alds. Moreno and Ramirez-Rosa found themselves in a similar position at Tuesday night's debate.
Logan Square Aldermanic Debate Set For Next Week
Candidates running for alderman in the 1st, 32nd and 35th wards are scheduled to attend.
Neighbors Say Congress Theater Overhaul Being Held Hostage By Moreno, Developer
Ald. Joe Moreno (1st) spent much of the meeting defending the apartment project, saying it will provide "tremendous benefits" to the community.
Rental Scooters Are Taking Over City Streets Across The Country, And Chicago Could Be Next
The scooter-sharing service often spawns a side industry — "Juicers" who search for Bird and Lime scooters to re-charge overnight for a slight payout.
Will Double Door’s Replacement Be Yeti, The Texas Cooler Maker With A Cult Following?
A source said Yeti could be close to announcing a dedicated Wicker Park store, just the second in the world for the booming brand.
Own A Home Along The 606? You May Be Eligible For New $25K Home Repair Grant
The grants, which will be discussed at a Monday meeting, were created to keep longtime homeowners in the neighborhood.
Logan Square/Bucktown Border Heats Up With Another Development Proposal Near The 606
A five-story, 60-unit project is the latest development proposed along the 1700 block of North Western Avenue.
Tenants Facing Rent Hikes Would Get A Lot More Warning Under Alderman’s New Proposal
Ald. Joe Moreno (1st) introduced an ordinance this week that calls for landlords to give tenants more warning before hiking up the rent.
Construction Underway On Logan Square’s LGBTQ Affordable Housing Complex
The affordable housing complex focused on LGBTQ+ residents is "desperately needed" in a neighborhood that has been dealing with skyrocketing rents and gentrification, supporters say.
Did Alderman Moreno Impersonate A Cop Last Weekend? Police Investigate
After asking a woman to move her car, the alderman allegedly flashed a "badge" before saying, "You better pay your parking tickets! This is how we do it in Chicago!"