Old Town

No one was injured and detectives are investigating the theft.
Mr. Tate helped thousands of students reach their goals — whether it was becoming a professional, making music on the living room couch with friends, or playing alone after a day of work.
Police were seeking a gunman who fled in black car after the attack late Sunday in the 100 block of West Division Street, police said.
Just as the new mayor settled into his first full workday at City Hall, Fulton Market restaurant owners and business and community leaders were making demands.
Five months after a City Council appointment from Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Ald. Timmy Knudsen only got about a quarter of the vote in February. Now he’s lining up other Democratic support to survive a runoff with Brian Comer.
Exactly who gets to use the concrete slab at Bauler Park — and when — has become the source of “elevated emotions.”
“It’s beautifully intact,” said Tim Samuelson, Chicago Cultural Historian emeritus. Edgar Miller “worked on it over a long period of time, so it’s like a museum of his development.”
At issue is an Old Town condominium known as the Glasner Studio, once a party house for industrialist Rudolph Glasner. From 1928 to 1932, it was a colony where artists would stay in exchange for working to rehab the building.
Video shows no police aid being given to Antonio Calmese Jr., 20, killed Oct. 2 in the 400 block of West Blackhawk Street after he fired at a police officer.
Cordayl Allen, 35, was involved in a fight about 1:20 a.m. at the lounge in the 1800 block of North Clark Street when he was shot in the chest, police said.
Garvis Jones was found with a gunshot wound in the chest in 1300 block of North Hudson Avenue, police said.
The decision by the Lincoln Park alderperson gives Mayor Lori Lightfoot the rare chance for a third appointment to the Council. Lightfoot already has replaced Patrick Daley Thompson, forced to resign after a federal conviction, and Michael Scott Jr., who left for a private sector job.
The teen was with a 23-year-old man in the 1300 block of North Hudson Avenue about 2:30 a.m. when they were struck by gunfire.
After Donald F. Johnson’s conviction, a judge ordered him to stay away for two years. But then he returned. Fighting to ban him, attorney Patricia Dillon says he threatened her.
The plea against an indoor vaccine mandate is in response to a letter eight aldermen sent to the city health commissioner, urging her to require proof of vaccination for entrance to some gathering spots, such as restaurants, bars, gyms and theaters.
Authorities had sought to find him in violation of his probation, but a hearing that could have put him in jail was not scheduled until Aug. 10 — three days after French was killed.
A city officials told aldermen that the city needs more time to develop and test a system that will make the city the “point of intake for registration applications.”
The men allegedly stole a vehicle and used it to commit other carjackings and purse thefts in several North Side neighborhoods and South Loop.