Her Fiery Clock Face bookstore in Andersonville was a gathering spot for bibliophiles and her annual New Year’s Eve party was an ‘A-list’ event.
Erik Elkins, 47, also has to perform 40 hours of community service and is banned from working in law enforcement.
Shoppers visiting the Andersonville Farmers Market can now bring furry friends and touch products before making their purchases. Masks, social distancing and the use of sanitizer are still required though.
A man found his friend’s car window smashed by a chair he says was on the sidewalk when he parked last weekend.
“There are guidelines that we’re trying to follow as best we can ... but it does make it very difficult to make ends meet,” said Tony Marquez, owner of EFK Martial Arts in Edgewater. “We’re not this giant company that can take a sustained hit.”
We haven’t produced a comprehensive land-use plan since 1966. Without one, Chicago will not grow, City at the Crossroads columnist Ed Zotti writes.
Officers responded to reports of a car fire in the 1400 block of West Farragut Avenue and found the woman’s body in the back seat, police said.
Chef at Sweet Virginia’s Kitchen makes the pillowy, cinnamon sugar treat from her grandma’s recipe — and serves it complete with the hole.
In each case, someone entered a garage through an unlocked door or pried open the door before stealing property from within, according to Chicago police.
We spoke to some neighborhood fixtures about why these outdoor events mean more to them than just summertime fun.
Former Chicago police Sgt. Eric J. Elkins, who quit amid two internal affairs probes, had been the subject of a Chicago Sun-Times investigation.
Progressive challengers ousted one longtime North Side alderman from his seat on Tuesday and forced another into a runoff.
Ald. Harry Osterman says everything but a property tax is on the table to bring in new revenue to get the city’s budget in order.
O’Connor gets results for the ward, no doubt about it.
Here are some of the lesser-known attractions in the eclectic North Side neighborhood.
Maria Rojas, 64, was located Sunday evening, police said.
Burglars have been climbing through unlocked windows or prying open rear doors to gain entry to businesses, police said.
Stanley Krzak, 26, was charged in connection with armed robberies at a restaurant and convenience store.
Husband found dead with family in Buffalo Grove home had been barred from house, allowed back Nov. 1
Lightfoot’s plan to replace Chicago’s lead water pipes has switched out 280 of an estimated 390,000 service lines