- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- 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
White Sox, Cubs Allowing More Fans At Games — And They’re Opening Special Sections For Fully Vaccinated People
The team will also open two vaccination sites at Guaranteed Rate Field, providing gift cards to fans who get their shots before games.
Wrigley Field Vaccination Site Will Help Outreach Toward Vulnerable Populations, Officials Say
The mass vaccination site next to Wrigley Field opened Monday. Up to 2,000 people can get vaccinated there daily.
Here’s How To Get Vaccinated By Wrigley Field
Any Chicago resident who is 18 or older and part of Phase 1C can get a shot at the Wrigley Field mass vaccination site. Here's what you need to know.
Wrigley Field Is 20 Percent Back: Fans Return After A Year To Drink Beer, Watch Cubs, Boo The Mayor
The sunny but brisk Home Opener featured masks, a fraction of the seating, relieved fans and a rather quiet Wrigleyville.
Opening Day At Wrigley Field Will Look Very Different This Week — But Fans Will Finally Return
Enhancements to the ballpark include self-service ticket check-ins, faster security scanners and an app to order concessions from fans' seats.
Lady Gaga, Guns N’ Roses And More Performing At Wrigley Field This Summer After Having Shows Rescheduled By The Pandemic
The Cubs announced the rescheduled tour dates on Tuesday.
After Brutal Year, Wrigleyville Businesses Ready For Cubs Fans To Return: ‘There’s A Light At The End Of The Tunnel’
After a full year of baseball without fans, Wrigleyville businesses are looking forward to having foot traffic in the neighborhood as Wrigley Field opens at 20 percent capacity.
Wrigley Field, Sox Park Will Reopen To Fans On Opening Day As Coronavirus Spread Slows, Lightfoot Says
The Cubs' opening day is April 1 and the White Sox open at home April 8. Those will be Chicago's first major sports teams to be allowed to welcome back crowds since the pandemic started in spring 2020.
Wrigley Field Will Be Closed To Fans — But Rooftops Will Be Open For Baseball
Wrigley Field's rooftop clubs will be a rare place to watch live baseball during this coronavirus-shortened season.
White Sox, Cubs Planning Return After MLB Makes Deal With Players
The sounds of baseball will soon be heard inside Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field, but fans won't be allowed inside the ballparks.
Lakeview Pantry Raises More Than $100K As Demand For Assistance Skyrockets
Kellie O'Connell, CEO of the Lakeview Pantry, said it raised enough money on Giving Tuesday to provide 829,000 meals to those in need.
Lakeview Pantry Using Wrigley Field To Help Feed People Affected By Coronavirus
The pantry needs about 60 volunteers per day to operate the Wrigley emergency center. Here's how you can help.
Cubs, White Sox Delay Opening Day Because Of Coronavirus Spread
The spread of the highly contagious virus continues to upend all aspects of daily life, and sports are not immune.
Here Are Chicago’s Best Bungalow Gardens, As Picked By 3,700 Voters
"It’s our little sanctuary," said Irving Park resident Michelle Weiner, who won for this year’s rear/side garden category.
How A Boring Cubs World Series Game In Chicago Turned The ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ Into A Sports Game Staple
The national anthem was around before the 1918 World Series, but the crowd's response in Chicago during that game made it what it is today, experts say.
Race To Wrigley 5K Will Take Runners Through Wrigley To Raise Money For Charity
The money raised will go to the Cubs Charities' Diamond Project, which helps Chicago kids access baseball and softball.