Lightfoot said that initial air and dust samples show no asbestos following the botched demolition of a smokestack near the Little Village.
Ari Mejia made a fort out of a sheet and some yarn. “I even imagine like I'm in the woods and I can hear cicadas and rain falling."
To keep her neighbors connected during COVID-19, Nikki Moustafa came up with an idea — use windows to play a group game of “I Spy.”
This photographer captured the immediate aftermath of the demolition at the former Crawford coal plant on Chicago’s Southwest Side.
A pandemic may have closed churches for Easter. But a West Side preacher still has words to comfort his flock.
The coronavirus crisis has pushed thousands out of work, and both tenants and landlords are worried.
A new website seeks to connect small neighborhood businesses with shoppers sheltering in place.
As the city winds down another notch, residents make plans for being at home — and they make music.
All Illinois Residents Are Ordered To ‘Stay At Home.’ Here’s What That Already Looks Like In Oak Park
Do: Seek out medical services for yourself or your pet. Don’t: Host a party.
The governor has shut restaurants and bars, so why are shopping malls open?