A proposed bill would look into fifty strangulation cases in the South and West Sides
A new memoir about the AIDS crisis reveals the flaws and benefits of a clinician’s detachment
Worries abound that reopening schools will not improve the educational experience of children in communities where COVID-19 positivity rates are the highest—and may put them at risk.
Check your pay stubs to ensure that time worked in January is paid right
The Link Produce Box program allows Link Card holders to purchase a weekly assortment of fresh produce, bread, and eggs from local farms
Close to 500 Local School Councils in Chicago Public Schools held their elections this past November
A selection of uprisings that took place in Chicago following the police killing of George Floyd
Though the Southwest Side changed from majority-white to majority-Latinx in the last few decades, resources and political representation haven’t followed. These residents are looking to change that.
How more than 73,000 Illinois homes lost electric service during COVID-19
‘We hope to bring in the state with their resources to put on the South Side to improve the quality of life of opioid-addicted persons’