Under the ordinance, seniors living in affordable housing buildings will be better notified about building repairs and renovations.
The report examines data collected by the Illinois Department of Transportation between 2015 to 2017 from more than 900 law enforcement agencies.
A report released Thursday outlines how Chicago can best leverage the Opportunity Zones tax credit to everyone’s benefit — not just developers.
St. Walter secured more than $364,000 in donations, enough to cover operating losses this year and next when added to the school’s endowment.
The Archdiocese of Chicago has given St. Walter Elementary School until Jan. 7 to raise $360,345 to keep the doors open for the 2019-2020 school year.
Mayoral candidate, police union say Edward R. Brown should face harsher charges in the deaths of CPD Officers Conrad Gary and Eduardo Marmolejo.
In 1966, Dorothy Gautreaux, a fiery community organizer, became the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit that changed public housing in Chicago.
THE WATCHDOGS: 80 percent of volunteers who got signatures for re-election bid can’t vote for Ald. Edward Burke because they don’t live in his ward.
CTU had criticized the district for rushing the implementation of the new system to be used daily by hundreds of thousands of people.
Candidates note economic lag on West Side: “What do we see when we drive five minutes to the West Loop and Fulton Market? Everything.”
Billed as a seminar on “emerging neighborhoods,” the event drew ire from groups who said developers are pursuing profits at residents’ expense.
The building’s owner is waiting for his insurance claims to be processed before he requests city permits to tear it down, his attorney said Thursday.
St. Vitus, which opened in 1898, would become into a 54,220 square-foot, 42-unit apartment building under the plan.
Samuel Jimenez “wanted to be able to save lives and do something his kids could look up to,” his brother said.
“The Obama Center coming to the South Side of Chicago … is something that we want, but we want to make sure South Side residents aren’t displaced.”