“Everyone who lives in Woodlawn now should be able to stay in Woodlawn,” said Chicago Housing Commissioner Marisa Novara.
Reset checks in with a local group that has been aiding in Puerto Rico’s recovery since Hurricane Maria struck the island 2017.
Opportunity Zones show promise in Chicago. But some say the program has been underutilized, and it lacks accountability and oversight.
Blue Tin Production aims to empower immigrant women and create a sustainable garment manufacturing option for designers and consumers.
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Eight homeless individuals living in tents in Uptown say the city is trying to push them out by scheduling street cleanings where they live.
Six projects to strengthen South and West side communities will vie for a foundation’s $10 million Chicago Prize, to be awarded next spring.
Immigration experts said participating in the marijuana industry or using marijuana can have grave consequences for noncitizen immigrants.
A federal court complaint alleges that an Orland Park landlord treated black prospective tenants differently than white applicants.
Officials said undercounting children in the census could result in the loss of crucial resources that could help them, such as food stamps.