A number of activities, some free, are scheduled this week to commemorate nearly 50 years of celebrating Earth Day.
This was the 22nd year Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois — which has 48 centers across the state — has organized the mitzvah parade.
The kindergartner’s five minute ‘mystery’ podcast — “The Stealer of the Diamond” — has nearly 3,000 plays on SoundCloud already.
Boy Scout mentor Jim Zoiopolous tells his scouts “to do the best they can, to have an ethical approach to life and everything they do.”
Following an American Disabilities Act lawsuit filed last year, the recent renovations to Wrigley also include more wheelchair-accessible seats.
The Cubs confirmed this week that they plan to host their first allergy-friendly game this month in nearly a decade.
“Before organizing with the union, I was like a little mouse in the corner saying ‘peep, peep’ but now I’m a roaring lion,” Mrs. Miller once said.
Michael Frerichs says the legal marijuana industry in Illinois is ripe for theft, fraud and tax evasion.
“We are in a tidal wave with no lifeboat,” said one former student. “And these other schools want to give us a lifeboat, but there are holes in them.”
As city officials continue mulling a citywide scooter set-up, Lime reps took their pitch to Chicagoans Saturday afternoon with free test rides.
State officials issued February SNAP benefits early, on Jan. 20. But those must last until March 1, and some haven’t been able to stretch it that far.
“A wall cannot separate us,” Estela Vara, an undocumented Latino immigrant, told the crowd of about 200 people at Federal Plaza Monday.
All seven families staying there were moved to a hotel; the Ronald McDonald House added a web page explaining what happened and seeking donations.