Barbers across Chicago’s West and South sides have an impact on the people who come into their shops.
Parents and community members voiced a mix of compliments and concerns Thursday over Chicago Public Schools’ near-billion dollar 2019 capital plan.
On Wednesday, Augustus’ fellow barbers, friends and community organizers put on a candlelight vigil outside the barbershop to honor his memory.
A group of seniors filed a federal complaint against the Chicago Housing Authority on Monday for not installing grab bars in their unit’s bathrooms.
About 150 people marched in the South Shore neighborhood on Monday near the site of the Saturday police killing of 37-year-old barber Harith Augustus.
At a tour of the site where the flyover will be built, officials said the repairs will save Metra users an average of four minutes per ride.
The letter, backed by officials in more than 20 states, calls for an immediate end to ICE on humanitarian grounds, saying it does more harm than good.
The judge wrote that “…the government’s insistence on keeping these boys from their fathers can only be deemed arbitrary and conscience-shocking.”
Since 2013, ICE Air Operations has contracted with the Gary Jet Center, a tenant of the Gary airport, to fly deportees out of the country.
A mother who has been separated from her 10-year-old boy since May got some great news Thursday.
The rally was among more than 700 planned marches staged across the country on Saturday to denounce the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
On Friday, a coalition of over a dozen Chicago activist groups and community groups marched through the Southwest Side demanding ICE be abolished.
Interviews, court files and videos offer a peek into the temporary world of children separated from their parents at the border, now held in Chicago.
The Chicago hearing was the latest step in a process mired in red tape and shifting immigration policies under the Trump administration.
Two-thirds of the children are below the age of 13, Durbin said. It’s the first time specific numbers have been released for Chicago.