- 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
Save A Lots Across The City Must Address Spoiled Food, Dirty Conditions Before Trying To Open In Englewood, Neighbors Say
Company officials acknowledged there were some problems at other stores, but they vowed to address them and be a good neighbor in Englewood.
Ald. Stephanie Coleman Easily Wins Reelection In 16th Ward Race
Coleman won 77.5 percent of the vote over her two challengers, easily avoiding a runoff.
Ald. Stephanie Coleman Faces 2 Challengers As She Seeks Reelection In 16th Ward
Police officer Carolynn D. Crump and nonprofit leader Eddie Johnson will go toe-to-toe with Coleman in February in hopes of leading the South Side ward.
Englewood’s Moran Park Is Getting A New Field House, Water Spray In 2023
Neighbors can weigh in on the designs for the new field house and water spray at community meetings next year, a spokesperson said.
3 Candidates Challenging Ald. Stephanie Coleman Could All Be Knocked Off The February Ballot
Otis Woods, Carolynn Denise Crump and Eddie Johnson will face the elections board this week as they try to continue their challenges against Coleman, who is seeking her second term.
Englewood Residents Demand Affordable, Local Grocer Replace Closing Whole Foods Market
Neighbors discussed the fate of the Whole Foods Market storefront at a grocery town hall. The next operator shouldn’t have the same opportunity to leave, Ald. Jeanette Taylor said.
Whole Foods Market Will Close Its Much-Touted Englewood Store In November
Employees received a 60-day notice Tuesday, an employee said. Whole Foods representatives announced in April the store would shut down but didn't provide a date.
New Englewood Commercial Hub Features Clothing Store, Coffee Shop, Barbershop And Design Firm — All Led By People Of Color
The 4,000-square-foot retail shop was developed by the E.G. Woode collective. "We're changing the trajectory of Englewood," one entrepreneur said.
The Englewood Music Festival Is Back Next Month With Live Performances From Juvenile, Kindred The Family Soul
Ald. Stephanie Coleman created the celebration after noticing a lack of family-fun festivals in Englewood: "We deserve this."
Suburban Man Arrested At Englewood Park With Guns, ‘Cache’ Of Ammo, Notes On Mass Shootings Could Face More Charges, Police Say
Alexander Podgorny was charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon after police responded to a shots fired report and found several weapons, including an AR-15, in his minivan, police said. But more charges might be coming down soon, Supt. David Brown said.
Chicago’s ‘Concerned Citizen’ George Blakemore Celebrates 80th Birthday With Flashy Party — And Doesn’t Plan On Being Quiet Anytime Soon
Blakemore said he hadn't had a birthday party since he was 10. A community group made sure he celebrated his 80th in style.
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.'”
Englewood’s ‘Mama Brooks’ Celebrates Her 100th Birthday — And Reflects On The Life She Worked So Hard To Build
Alberta Brooks was born in the South, worked as a maid in the North and became a homeowner in Chicago, raising 10 kids. "I’m still here, and I hope that I can still do things and live to see 101."
Englewood Launching Its First Annual Music Festival Saturday: ‘This Is Our Time’
The all-day party kicks off Sept. 18 at 63rd and Halsted: "This is your chance to see how Englewood does it in true style, fashion and swag."
As Chicago Considers Reparations For Descendants Of Enslaved People, Aldermen Learn From Evanston’s Groundbreaking Program
In Evanston, longtime residents and their families who are descendants of enslaved people can get $50,000 per household to buy or fix up a home.
Business Hubs, Housing And Public Plazas: Developers Make Their Pitches For 2nd Phase Of Englewood Square
Four proposals center around repurposing the former firehouse near 63rd and Halsted. Residents can share feedback on the proposals through online surveys until Thursday.
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."
Get Free Swag When You Fill Out The Census In Englewood Tuesday
The Census in the Ward event is noon-3 p.m. Tuesday at the southwest corner of 63rd and Halsted streets.
Young Victims Of Gun Violence To Be Mourned At ‘Gone, Too Soon’ Tribute Saturday
Community members are invited to share poetry, songs and other creative expressions to remember the lives of Chicago children lost to gun violence.
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.