The mountain bike trails will include ramps, sharp turns, jumps and hills. There will also be pedestrian-friendly parts to the trail.
Reducing crime wave will take time, says City Hall source.
Both firefighters were hospitalized with injuries not considered to be serious.
A health department official says the city considered many issues, including air quality and health in the surrounding community, in nixing a scrap business along Calumet River.
“It’s pretty simple: Children are getting a hold of the guns and shooting themselves or turning it on their brothers and sisters accidentally,” Andrew Holmes said Monday
The new transit tax increment financing district will fund about one-fourth of the cost of extending the CTA Red Line to 130th Street.
A large metal beam collapsed, striking a staff member.
City official lays out stark disparities between Lincoln Park, Southeast Side where scrap-metal shredder wants to open
Those living in three South Side communities have lower life expectancy, worse quality of life than residents around General Iron’s longtime Lincoln Park home, city official says.
Luevenia Gardner took off her burning clothes and jumped into a shower to put out the flames before running two blocks to a South Side firehouse on April 16, prosecutors said. She died a month later.
In each incident, victims are robbed by one or two armed males as they are leaving a gas station.
Protesters call on Lightfoot to deny permit for Southeast Side metal shredder: ‘You can’t beautify what’s killing us’
The company that owns General Iron in Lincoln Park wants to set up shop on the Southeast Side. Community members call the move “environmental racism.”
The woman was eight months pregnant, and doctors were able to deliver her baby, who remains in critical condition at Comer Children’s Hospital.
A Chicago Fire Department helicopter landed on the street to get divers into the water near the 11200 block of South Doty, officials said. The car in the water was empty.