McKinley Park

Dates to file a claim or opt out of a class settlement over odors in McKinley Park are extended to next month; a meeting in Humboldt Park is planned for Tuesday.
Eligible residents have January deadlines to file a claim or opt out of the court settlement with the owner of the McKinley Park plant.
Decenas de residentes expresaron su preocupación por la destrucción planeada de las enormes estructuras del lado suroeste.
The driver of a blue sedan struck him about 12:40 a.m. before an occupant of the car began shooting at the man.
Street vendors on the South Side are setting up shop for Día de las Madres, which takes place Wednesday in many Latin American countries.
First popularized in border states such as California, New Mexico and Texas, the style has become a viral meme on social media during the coronavirus pandemic.
Proposals being evaluated by local groups and the Department of Planning and Development would introduce new uses to the old Central Manufacturing District on Pershing Road.
In the 10th, Yessenia Carreón, Peter Chico, Ana Guajardo, Óscar Sanchez and Jessica Venegas are running to succeed Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza. And in the 12th, newly appointed Ald. Anabel Abarca is challenged by Julia Ramirez.
Community groups, preservationists and environmentalists had asked Gov. J.B. Pritzker to halt the sale and requested that the city intervene.
Attorney Anabel Abarca, a McKinley Park resident, is the mayor’s fourth appointment to fill an aldermanic vacancy.
MAT Asphalt co-owner Michael Tadin Jr. and his family were high bidders for the old grain silos near 29th Street and Damen Avenue featured in “Transformers: Age of Extinction.”
Construction has begun to rehab 3479 S. Archer with 10 apartments and street-level space for businesses.
The shooting in the 3700 block of South Paulina Street happened after Julius Hernandez, 18, and Byron Quijeiro, 20, circled the block with two other people in a black SUV, the judge said in denying the men bail.
The three-day sporting competition, organized locally by the Chicago Park District, is for disabled veterans and wounded, ill or injured service members. It wrapped up Thursday.
McKinley Park’s MAT Asphalt, others will have to resubmit bids later this year after new public health recommendations are issued.
Ald. Nicole Lee (11th) is the 34th alderperson to back a map drafted for the Rules Committee and the Black Caucus. Both it and a map proposed by the Latino Caucus turn her ward into Chicago’s first with an Asian American majority.
A company consultant’s report, under review by the Illinois EPA, doesn’t satisfy a community group that wants the plant shut down.
Latinos are the second largest racial group in the city of Chicago, in Cook County, and in the State of Illinois.