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.
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.
‘Dividing areas or neighborhoods based on race is indeed racism,’ the Chicago City Council member representing Bridgeport says in a letter to his ‘11th Ward family.’
MAT Asphalt is objecting to the $4,000 fine after an inspector reported “odors of rotten eggs and fine particulate was blowing at me.”
Chinatown leaders eye Daley family’s 11th Ward stronghold for first Asian American-majority city ward
A proposed redrawing of Chicago’s ward map would create that majority by combining parts of Bridgeport, Armour Square and McKinley Park in a new 11th Ward.
McKinley Park’s 36Squared Business Incubator will use the money to provide more services to entrepreneurs.
Aldermen voted to create licenses for tow truck operators, require a $250 license for every truck they use and license the locations where towed vehicles are stored. They also OK’d a Friday night Cubs game and a plan to renovate two buildings near McKinley Park for affordable housing.
City Housing Commissioner Novara publicly opposed the project last year, citing health concerns.
The circuit court judge, a 45-year-old woman, had left her key fob inside the car just before noon when it was taken, Chicago police said.
Lightfoot tries to ‘separate fact from fiction’ to salvage stalled crackdown on industrial polluters
“This notion of, `Oh, my goodness. The sky is falling. We will never have development again in the city of Chicago really is insulting to the intelligence of us all,” the mayor said.
Residents have been complaining about the operation for years, but owner Michael Tadin Jr. says he hasn’t discussed a move with Chicago officials.
Developers sought almost $8 million from city housing department for redevelopment of historic Central Manufacturing District.
When the man approached the girl, her mother confronted him, and he ran off, police said.
In each incident, two males stood at the entrance of a cellphone store, flashed a gun at the clerk and a male speaking Spanish then called the store and instructed the clerk to take cash from the register and wire the money to an account in Mexico.
The crash happened about 4:16 p.m. near 36th Street and Western Avenue, officials said.