- 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
One Neighborhood, 6 Aldermen: Why Englewood Residents Are Pushing For A More Unified Ward Map
"How are you paying attention to Englewood when you have three or four other communities to monitor?" a longtime resident said. "We need to get aldermen in one big area and say, 'OK, this is Englewood.'”
A Cannabis Cultivation Site Could Be Coming To Chatham, Reviving A Vacant Building Near The Dan Ryan
The cultivation site would grow cannabis and infuse it into products, like hard candy and drinks. The product would be sent to dispensaries across the state.
An Englewood Lot Has Been Empty For 20 Years. A Developer Wants To Build A Gas Station, But Some Residents Aren’t Happy
Two investors want to bring a gas station to vacant land at 6700 S. Halsted St. But as neighbors push back, developers question what's next.
Chatham’s Gift Of Hope To Receive $5 Million Towards Redevelopment After City Council Approval
The money will go towards revamping the organization's Chatham headquarters.
Rival Proposals To Let Civilians Run Police Department Could Be Merged In A Compromise Deal — But Lightfoot Delays Vote Again
Supporters of CPAC and GAPA, two proposals to create civilian oversight of the Chicago Police Department, are negotiating towards a compromise ordinance to fend off a third measure set to be introduced by Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
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."
Reparations For Black Chicagoans Are Overdue, Supporters Of Resolution Say: ‘We Need To Put Our Money Where Our Mouth Is’
“We have to get that police budget down and increase education funding, increase social service funding, increase all the other things that would probably result in fewer police being needed."
4 South Side Ward Offices Closed Until Further Notice Over Coronavirus Concerns
A growing list of aldermen are closing their ward offices or reducing hours.
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.
Chatham Neighborhood Leader Says Boombox Storefronts An ‘Epic Fail,’ But Business Owners Disagree
Ald. Roderick Sawyer also believes the shipping-container-turned-pop-up-store has run its course. "I'm not anti-Boombox, but it's time to move on."
Reparations Resolution To Go Before City Council Next Week: ‘It’s Time’
A coalition of local officials and activists are ready to bring the case for reparations to Chicago.
After City Cuts Funding For Englewood Preschool, Alderman Says He’s Trying To Get It Back
Ald. Roderick Sawyer said he wants to restore the funding for Little Angels Learning Center that former Mayor Rahm Emanuel promised.
Extra Cops, Volunteers To Patrol Streets After Serial Rapist Strikes In Chatham, Grand Crossing
"They believe the person is local, that they're from around here," said Ald. Roderick Sawyer. "There's going to be heightened police protection, increased patrols."
Chicago Promised Her A New Preschool Building — Then Cut Funding For The Children
It is among several community child care centers suddenly and inexplicably losing funding, despite a pledge by two successive Chicago mayors to invest more in early learning.
Free Document Shredding At 10 A.M. Friday At 71st And Yale
Take your junk mail to its final resting place.
Chatham Staple Josephine’s Cooking Has Always Been There For The Community — Finally, It Got The Makeover It Deserved
A surprise renovation from "Restaurant: Impossible" gave Mother Wade's restaurant a new menu and a new look.
Ald. Roderick Sawyer Declares Victory In 6th Ward Race
With 83 percent of precincts reporting, Sawyer had 53 percent of the vote to opponent Deborah Foster-Bonner's 46 percent, according to the Chicago Election Board.
Sterling Bay Is Coming To Englewood, With Project Planned At Old Kennedy-King College Site
The developer behind the controversial Lincoln Yards project will announce plans for the South Side development in the coming weeks.
As Of Now, Ald. Roderick Sawyer Faces A Runoff — But That Could Change As Votes Trickle In
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15th) needs 12 more votes to avoid a runoff and Ald. George Cardenas (12th) is just two dozen votes above the threshold for a runoff.
Ald. Roderick Sawyer Appears To Narrowly Avoid Runoff In 6th Ward
Vote by mail ballots have yet to be calculated, but it’s unclear if there are enough to lower Sawyer under the 50-percent threshold.