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Greater Humboldt Park Community of Wellness Receives Chicago Development Award

Chicago’s community development world will celebrated its present and future this week, at the UIC Forum with the 17th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards, recognizing continue reading »

Daley to Hand Over Taste of Chicago to Park District, at Least for this Year

The City of Chicago continues to struggle with how to manage its costs and its very popular, money draining Taste of Chicago. There has been talk that continue reading »

Chicago Police Report Double Digit Reduction in Most Crimes

Today Chicago Police released preliminary monthly crime statistics for the month of January. The Department reported that violent crime dropped 10.2 percent and property crime dropped 10.7 percent. continue reading »

CRIME:  Man Killed in Hit and Run in Humboldt Park

An apparent hit-and-run on late Friday night has resulted in a man being found dead in the Humboldt Park area. Approximately at 11:10 p.m. a man was found unconscious at the block of 1500 North Spaulding continue reading »

Consultants Sought for Cermak Creative Industry District Redevelpment

On Monday the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Department of Housing and Economic Development issued a request for qualifications for consultant teams to help redevelop the Near South Side’s Spice Barrel continue reading »

CRIME:  Barricade Situation Results in Three Dead

Around 8:00 a.m. this morning a man ‘barricaded himself in a second floor apartment’ inside a building located in Humboldt Park at 3200 West Hirsch Street. continue reading »

CRIME: Police Shoot Armed Suspect

An armed suspect was shot by Chicago Police conducting a routine drug surveillance in the North Lawndale neighborhood at the 2200 block of South Kolin Avenue. continue reading »

CRIME:  Armored Truck Attempted Robbery, Leaves One Dead and Another Injured

Two gunmen attempted to rob the Garda armored truck this morning, which resulted in one suspect being shot and the other critically wounded. continue reading »

Invitación- Inauguración de la exposición Paisajes de México

In May 2001, a group of Mexican professionals dedicated to graphic communications lead by Alfonso Huerta created KROW, a firm dedicated to developing corporate images continue reading »

Puerto Rico Coalition Against the Death Penalty Visits Humboldt Park

More than 40 people gathered last week at the Diabetes Empowerment Center to hear members of the Puerto Rico Coalition Against the Death Penalty speak on the struggle to abolish the death penalty, not in Puerto Rico, as would be expected, but against Puerto Ricans in the US. continue reading »

CRIME:  Charges on Fatal Crash at 6700 N. Artesian

Francisco Campos, 20, of the 5600 block of N. Central Ave., was charged with one felony count of Aggravated DUI / Accidental Death in connection with a traffic crash continue reading »

Marijuana Growth Lab Discovered by Chicago Police

Following a tip from an anonymous citizen, Chicago Police Mobile Strike Force Officers uncovered a cannabis growth lab, seized 25 pounds of cannabis, continue reading »

Former Chicago Police Officer Jon Burge Sentenced for Lying About Police Torture

The Justice Department announced that former Chicago Police Department Commander Jon Burge, 63, of Apollo Beach, Fla., was sentenced to 54 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for lying in a deposition in a civil case about torture and abuse of suspects by Chicago Police Department officers. continue reading »

Little Village Residents Should be On the Lookout for Fake Cops

Little Village residents are being asked to be on the lookout for two Hispanic men posing as police officers in order to commit crimes. The two men have been involved in at least six robberies incidents in the Little Village community. continue reading »

Gun Pointed at Hispanic State Rep. Edward Acevedo in Chicago

Chicago Police are investigating a Friday night incident on Chicago’s southwest side involving Hispanic Democratic State Rep. Edward Acevedo. continue reading »

Math & Science Night @ Manued Perez Elementary School

Manuel Perez Jr. Elementary School located at 1241 W. 18th St. will be hosting a Math & Science Night on Wednesday, January 19th 5:30pm to 7:30 pm. We are inviting the community to join us, families will enjoy a variety of interactive math continue reading »

January Business Workshops

Check out the following January Schedule for workshops that can help you with your business. All workshops are free and are held at 121 N LaSalle Street (City Hall) Room 805. continue reading »

Fix Your Sidewalk with the Shared Cost Sidewalk Program

The Shared Cost Sidewalk Program is a voluntary program in which property owners and the City of Chicago share the cost of replacing sidewalks. continue reading »

(Logan Square) CTA Blue Line Running Again After Fire

Service is now back to normal after a fire in a CTA subway caused a line to be shut down temporarily. Sunday morning, the CTA shut down its Blue Line after trash caught fire in the line’s subway which sent smoke throughout the tunnel near its Logan Square station. continue reading »

DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Chicago Lawn (008th) District

The Chicago Police Department will conduct a DUI Strike Force Patrol in the Chicago Lawn (008th) District beginning at 8:00 p.m., Saturday, December 18, 2010 and ending at 4:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 19, 2010. continue reading »