The organization, founded in 2020, delivered its millionth pound of food on Thursday and celebrated with a gift of over $10,000 to an unsuspecting family.
Mayor Brandon Johnson’s anti-violence strategy takes ex-Mayor Lightfoot’s plans to a new level in 4 violent neighborhoods
Mayor Brandon Johnson plans a range of resources, including another round of guaranteed basic income, targeted this time to four neighborhoods.
Other small crews like Goonie Boss, Hobos and O Block have also been hit with similar charges in recent years
A 92-year-old man has been released with no charges after he was arrested Monday on suspicion of shooting a 43-year-old woman during an argument over take-out food in the 5800 block of South Aberdeen Street.
Sikia, closed three years because of COVID-19, will host one last luncheon before getting renovated and hosting a grand opening in the fall of 2024.
In-class tutors, hands-on lessons and labs aim to develop problem-solving skills, make math fun.
As James Coles left his mother’s Morgan Park home to see a friend, Jacqueline Coles grabbed him by the wrist and told him to be careful. Hours later, she stood outside Christ Medical Center as doctors tried in vain to save him.
‘I got hit once and I kept running.’ 15-year-old recounts shooting after Mount Carmel-Morgan Park football game
Damario Ferguson was one of seven young people shot over the Labor Day weekend.
The boy was shot during a family gathering Sunday evening in the Washington Heights neighborhood on the South Side.
The boy was standing near the back door of a home in the 6600 block of South Marshfield Avenue when three people approached him and at least one of them fired shots.
16-year-old girl killed, friend wounded while walking to Englewood party. ‘What can we let our kids do without them getting hurt?’
The girls were with a group of friends in the 400 block of West 72nd Street when shots were fired shortly after 10 p.m. Monday, according to Chicago police.
In the Illinois 6th congressional district Democratic primary, the war in Gaza emerges as a focal point
Getting rid of school choice and police in schools is about politics, not what’s best for kids and families