President Donald Trump says “there’s no reason” for recent shootings in Chicago. We speak with two aldermen about the gun violence in their communities and what can be done to stop it.
Chicago is seeking proposals to install solar panels on 30 acres of previously developed land in Austin, Englewood, West Pullman, Riverdale and South Deering.
After the erroneous removal of two neighborhood murals, City Council is considering a proposal to protect and formally register Chicago’s public art.
New data shows Chicago residents feel either immensely optimistic or pessimistic about the city based on factors like neighborhood, race and age. We take a closer look with the authors of the poll.
From issues of police and violence, to community development and education, an assessment of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s legacy.
The recent GOP federal tax cut law isn’t very popular among Democratic politicians. But city officials are taking advantage of one provision that could jump-start development in blighted areas.
Two certified organic gardens on opposite sides of the city provide benefits to the environment and nearby communities.
An alderman is raising the alarm on the skyrocketing cost of natural gas prices in the city.
Archaeologists are nearing the end of a monthlong dig in the city’s Old Irving Park neighborhood. What they’re looking for – and what they’ve turned up.
Community reaction comes in for the new Lincoln Yards proposal slated to be a city-within-a-city.
In Chicago’s Fulton Market district, a new co-living space offers shared accommodations for an all-inclusive price. And the company is looking to aggressively expand.
Meet a photographer who captures a “culture under threat” in an area named last month by Forbes magazine as one of the 12 coolest neighborhoods in the world.
A 162-year-old Chicago home rumored to have once been a stop on the Underground Railroad is now the site of an excavation. What archaeologists are hoping to unearth.
As Chicago tries to become a more bike-friendly city, a transportation journalist offers his own, low-stress routes.