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Be Sure You Don’t Miss Pilsen’s Free Holiday Art Sale and Tianguis (Market)

Creativity continues to be alive and well in Pilsen, and this weekend you can see and purchase some of it at the free Holiday Art Sale and Tianguis. The two-day holiday market will be at Casa Juan Diego at 2020 continue reading »

New St. Anthony’s Hospital in the Works

St. Anthony’s Hospital is looking to avoid joining the 20 Chicago hospitals that have closed over the last 30 years, and is instead hoping to build a new $250 million campus at the former site of the Washburne Trade School. continue reading »

New St. Anthony’s Hospital in the Works

St. Anthony’s Hospital is looking to avoid joining the 20 Chicago hospitals that have closed over the last 30 years, and is instead hoping to build a new $250 million campus at the former site of the Washburne Trade School. continue reading »

Gage Park School Fights Result in 17 Arrests

Tuesday, after two fights broke out at Gage Park High School at 5630 S. Rockwell St., police officers arrested 17 students. After stopping one fight at the southwest side school, police responded to another that broke out in a third floor hallway at around 12:40 PM. continue reading »

Approximately 100,000 Contraband Cuban Cigars to Go up in Smoke

Custom officials at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport are reporting a record seizure of Cuban cigars. Thus far they have confiscated 30,000 cigars shipped from Europe and are inspecting 70,000 other suspicious cigars, also thought to be of Cuban origin. continue reading »

Record Number to Take Police Test This Year

Nearly 9,700 Individuals Invited to Take the Exam December 11, 2010. The City of Chicago today reported that 9,639 individuals are scheduled to take the Police Officer Examination on Saturday, December 11, 2010 at McCormick Place, reaching a record number of applicants continue reading »

Fundraiser for November’s Pilsen Fire Victims

Family and friends are inviting everyone to a fundraiser to help the victims of a Pilsen fire that occurred back in November. The fire took the life of 3-year-old Michael Cruz Jr., displaced 20 members of the family living in the four-story building continue reading »

2 Wounded, 1 Dead After Monday Shooting

Monday afternoon, three people were shot in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. Around 4:20pm, police responded to the 5000 block of South Morgan Street where they found three people shot, one male, two females. continue reading »

“Operation Return to Owner” Results in Hundreds of Arrests

In the third part of the operation last weekend, authorities worked in the Far South Side’s Calumet district, the West Side’s Harrison district and Northwest Side's Foster district. The strategy is to target high crime areas to lower violence by focusing in on gang violence and drugs. continue reading »