Few venues catering to teens are found outside of downtown and surrounding areas. And neighborhood parks are getting even more dangerous.
Automation in grocery and big-box stores contribute to theft but also affects Black and brown labor. Walmart closures raise questions about self-checkout.
Aleta Clark, aka Englewood Barbie, organizes sleep outs for unhoused people known as ‘the Friends’ under a viaduct in Pilsen.
For the past two weeks, Chicago officials estimate more than a hundred new arrivals per day are seeking shelter. Due to a lack of housing, a number of them are ending up at Chicago police stations.
In a contentious community meeting Wednesday night, Save A Lot’s CEO tried to convince concerned community members that the low-cost grocer is ready to meet their shopping needs.
Greater Ashburn residents want the out-of-date program changed, but they can’t get ahold of anyone in charge.
The Anti-Hate Action Center places ads on public transit spaces to collect better data and raise awareness about anti-Asian hate.
How can we lead the way forward, when we are still reeling from the horrors of the past?
Crystal Dyer helps kids who “don’t leave their community very often” expand their horizons by seeing their home city and Africa.
Xylazine has been linked to 350 overdose deaths in Cook County.