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MISSING PERSON:  Hispanic Teen Missing from McKinley Park, Police Need Your Help to Locate

Marlen Pineda, 15 years-old, from the 3500 Block of South Winchester is missing as of yesterday and the Area One Chicago Police need your help in locating her. continue reading »

Unemployment Insurance & Workers Compensation Workshop Available

Unemployment insurance and workers compensation workshops available by the Greater Southwest Development Corporation continue reading »

Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” Chosen As the Spring 2011 One Book, One Chicago Selection

Mayor Richard M. Daley and Chicago Public Library officials today announced that Neil Gaiman’s novel, Neverwhere, is the 20th selection for Chicago’s city­ wide book club, One Book, One Chicago. continue reading »

Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” Chosen As the Spring 2011 One Book, One Chicago Selection

New Casa Maravilla Senior Housing Open to Benefit Pilsen Seniors

Mayor Richard M. Daley joined Ald. Danny Solis (25th) and members of the Pilsen community to celebrate the grand opening of the Casa Maravilla affordable senior housing facility and satellite center located at 2021 S. Morgan St. continue reading »

CRIME:  Man Who Pointed Gun in Local Target IDed and Arrested

The man who pointed a load gun at Target employees at the Logan Square Target located at 2656 N. Elston has been identified an arrested by police. continue reading »

Chicago Police Superintendent Weis Leaves Post, Superintendent Hillard in as Interim

Superintendent Jody P. Weis today announced that he will step down as Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department after fulfilling the terms of his contract which expires today March 1, 2011. Jody Weis was sworn in as Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department in February 2008. continue reading »

Chicago Police Lieutenant Osvaldo Valdez Selected for Border Intelligence Fellowship

The Chicago Police Department is proud to announce that one of its members, Lt. Osvaldo Valdez, has been chosen to serve in a fellowship program with the Border Intelligence Fusion Section (BIFS) at the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC). continue reading »

DUI:  Divorce Celebration Turns to DUI Charges of Driving 5 MPH Asleep

34 year-old Raul Vega was so happy to have finalized his divorce that he celebrated with 10 to 12 beers. The problem is he also decided to get behind the wheel of his Oldsmobile Alero. continue reading »

Illinois Increases Sustainability Efforts with Electric Vehicles

Governor Pat Quinn announced an initiative to boost Illinois’ sustainability efforts through the increased use of electric vehicles. Under the plan, the state will invest $1 million of Illinois Jobs Now! capital funding to install state-of-the-art electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and EV infrastructure throughout the Chicagoland area. continue reading »

Community Alert: Police Seeking Information Regarding Armed Robberies in Area

Area One Detectives are seeking information regarding the offenders of recent armed robbery incidents occurring at "rehabbing" locations in the 008th ( Chicago Lawn) District. These incidents occurred between December 01, 2010 and January 31, 2011 in the vicinity of: 5800 South – 7300 South Western Avenue - Kedzie Avenue. continue reading »

Run Off for the 16th Ward Between Incumbent Alderman Joann Thompson and Hal Baskin

Though the Mayor's race has been decided a total of 14 Chicago aldermanic ward races must take place in April, since these alderman races did not garner a candidate that won more than 50 percent of the votes. continue reading »

Run off For 25th Ward Between Incumbent Danny Solis and Cuahutemoc Morfin

Though the Mayor's race has been decided a total of 14 Chicago aldermanic ward races must take place in April, since these alderman races did not garner a candidate that won more than 50 percent of the votes. continue reading »

CRIME: 20 Gang Members Charged in Humboldt Park Drug Bust

After a two-year long investigation dubbed "Operation Bruised Forks" conducted by the FBI and Chicago Police, 20 individuals from Humboldt Park have been charged with distribution of a controlled substance and violating firearms laws. continue reading »

Chicago’s Renaissance 2010: More Success with High Schools

Nearly seven years ago, Chicago launched a plan to create 100 new schools. On February 17th, WBEZ released a school-by-school update on how well those “Renaissance 2010” schools are performing on state tests. continue reading »

Rahm Emanuel Elected Mayor of Chicago

Former White House Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, has been decidedly elected Mayor of Chicago and will not face a run off in April against any of the other five other Mayorial candidates. continue reading »

Lincoln Park Community Shelter Continues to Fight Homelessness in Chicago

Lincoln Park Community Shelter (LPCS) continues it effort to fight homelessness in Chicago and is hosting its 4th annual Metamorphosis fundraiser on Friday, April 29, 2011 from 7 pm to midnight. continue reading »

BYNC Partners with H&R Block’s Non-Referral Program

Help raise money for the Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council by having H & R Block prepare your taxes. For every new referred client that has their taxes prepared by H & R Block, continue reading »

Environmental Justice in Little Village Update

These last few weeks have been chalk full of events and great success in the Clean Power Campaign. The Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO) would like to share with you some of what's been happening: continue reading »

(Logan Square) WORD TO THE MOTHER

You are invited to our newly opened gallery and office space! We will kick off our grand opening with an exhibition titled “Word to the Mother” of recent works by homegrown artists Lauren Feece, Chris Tavares Silva, continue reading »