- 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
City’s First Downtown Weed Dispensary Opens Thursday In River North
Customers at Cresco Lab's Sunnyside dispensary will be required to order online and check in at a different location to promote social distancing.
Why Is Legal Weed So Expensive? Low Supply, High Demand And Big Tax Driving Chicago’s Pricey Pot
Officials say prices will come down when supply catches up to demand. But for now, some buyers are treating legal weed like a special bottle of whiskey.
Where’s The Best Place To Eat When You Have The Munchies In The City? Chicagoans Weighed In
Our readers love Jeri's Grill, Mexican food and burgers when they're high.
Mission South Shore Is The Only Chicago Dispensary Still Selling Recreationally Today
On Monday most shops cut off sales to preserve their supply for medical marijuana patients.
Will Buying Recreational Weed Ruin Your Chances Of Getting A Gun Or FOID Card? No, State Officials Say
Despite rumors, there's no database tracking your legal pot purchases, a Chicago Police spokesman said.
Cannabis Amnesty Boxes Are Now In Chicago Airports To Dump Your Weed Before Flights
The boxes are "a waste of metal," joked comedian Hannibal Buress.
Chicago’s Closest Weed Dispensary To Indiana Brings Out The Hoosiers
For a state that's lured Illinois residents over the border for years for cheaper cigarettes and gasoline, it was now Indiana's turn to come to Illinois to buy.
Legal Recreational Weed Goes On Sale — And Chicagoans Line Up For Blocks In The Cold
The line outside Dispensary33 in Andersonville stretched for five blocks Wednesday morning as the legalization of recreational weed went into effect.
Rapper Vic Mensa Wants To Open Cannabis Dispensary, Cultivation Facility On The South Side
Artist and activist Malcolm London is partnering with Mensa. They're hopeful black and brown people will have a “genuine, equal opportunity in securing a license statewide."
Black Aldermen Will Push To Stall Weed Sales Over Lack Of Black Dispensary Owners At Meeting Wednesday
Without Mayor Lightfoot's support, the proposal to push recreational weed sales back to July 1 is considered a long shot.
Caught Smoking Weed In Public? You Could Get $50 Fine Under City’s New Rules
City Council approved cutting the fines for possessing weed in public, which were previously as high as $500 for the first offense.
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.
Tax Gas For Roads, Legalize Marijuana And Give Chicago A Casino To Pay Pensions, Rahm Asks
The outgoing mayor's proposal calls for earmarking all revenue from legalized marijuana and a casino for pension payments, sources said.