Mostly the world looks away from the homeless, except when it can’t avoid their presence, as in the case of the Tent City camps that are no more.
Dozens living under the viaducts at Wilson and Lawrence avenues in Uptown had to move their encampments by Monday when renovations begin.
Officials gave notice Friday that construction will begin in 30 days to repair two Lake Shore Drive viaducts occupied by homeless tent encampments.
The bride, three of her seven bridesmaids, along with her mother and aunts, greeted the guests Saturday at an Indianapolis-area hotel.
BROWN: City Hall is looking to a construction project to accomplish what it otherwise hasn’t been able to do: Oust the homeless from two viaducts.
In-house rehab can cost $10,000 a month or more, and that is not anything fancy. Then there is St. Martin de Porres House of Hope in Woodlawn.
The shelter at 941 W. Lawrence will close on Dec. 23 because of financial problems. Except for protesters, there is no real effort to keep it open.
Yes, Tent City, as some have taken to calling Loydell Roberson’s place of encampment, is indeed on one of the “main licks.”
A shelter for homeless men at an Uptown church will shut down just a few days before Christmas, the non-profit that operates it announced Tuesday.
For the first time, Chicago is proposing to rapidly find housing for the homeless, an idea that may seem elementary but is almost revolutionary here.
Homeless people living in tents alongside the Chicago River between Harrison Street and the River City condominiums expect to be cleared out Wednesday