Hundreds turned out for the Good Friday Via Crucis, or Way of the Cross, procession in Pilsen. The procession reenacts the time before, during and after Jesus’ crucifixion.
A sampling of 240 of the photographs she collected over the course of her life are featured in a new traveling exhibit on display at the National Museum of Mexican Art.
After about a 30-minute standoff with EPA staff and security, six children from Pilsen were allowed to meet with Administrator Debra Shore about pollution concerns.
The tavern license was improperly issued by the city to Giant Penny Whistle, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.
In a new report, it says the Lightfoot administration and former Corporation Counsel Mark Flessner had no legal authority to agree to license the bar without lifting a 1995 moratorium.
An assessment of the public health impact of rebranded General Iron operation has been slowed by COVID-related delays, the city said Tuesday.
Sims Metal Management faces scrutiny as it applies for a new permit from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration and two additional approvals from Gov. J.B. Pritzker.
El verano pasado, su salud dio un giro. La artritis en sus rodillas empeoró luego de décadas de arduo trabajo, su enfermedad de Parkinson se volvió más agresiva, y se enteró de que tenía cáncer en la piel.
Don Ananias Ocampo needed knee surgery, ‘really suffering from the pain and almost without hope. But now I feel that hope is growing, and I feel good.’
City Hall, H. Kramer & Co. and the railroad agreed to reimburse the EPA after the federal government removed the toxic metal from soil at homes.
A new round of federal low-income housing tax credits will allow for 24 developments citywide, officials said.
After shutting down all fitness services and programming during the pandemic, the YMCA at 2700 S Western Ave. will reopen in January.
Isabel Hernandez created a 15-foot tall altar featuring hundreds of relatives of those who live in Pilsen.