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Drive-by Shooting in Little Village Leaves One Dead

An early morning drive-by shooting has left one man dead in the southwest Chicago neighborhood of Little Village. Police are reporting at approximately at 12:45 a.m. 37-year old Jose Gallardo was shot in the chest while standing on the 3000 block of South Drake Avenue. It is believed he was shot from a passing dark-colored mini-van. He was taken in critical condition to Mount Sinai Hospital where he later died. continue reading »

LIttle Village Environmental Justice Awarded Grant

The Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO) is honored to announce that they have been awarded a grant from the Funders' Collaborative on Youth Organizing (FCYO) ReGenerations: Healthy Communities. continue reading »

LVEJO to Meet with Local Aldermen to Gain Support for Their Public Transit Campaign

The Little Village Environmental Justice Organization's (LVEJO) Public Transit Campaign invites you to come out and make two stops for the 31st Street Bus. continue reading »

Little Village Man Charged in Brutal Killing of Four Men in Southwest Side of Chicago

Chicago Police charged a man in a quadruple murder that occurred on the South Side in 2010. Raul Segura-Rodriguez, 36, of the 3000 block of South Keeler, was charged with 4 counts of First Degree Murder. continue reading »

Little Village Environmental Justice Community Gardens

Little Village Environmental Justice Organization has three community gardens including the one-half acre Troy Garden (2727 S. Troy St., Chicago, IL 60623), continue reading »

Unidentified Woman Found Beaten to Death in Little Village

An unidentified Asian Women between 50 and 60 years old was found just before midnight on Wednesday in Little Village. She was beaten to death and her body was found near the railroad tracks continue reading »

Expansion of Fourth Annual Little Village Youth Forum Wanted by Community

The community of Little Village is hoping the annual Little Village Youth Forum will continue and expand its scope in light of the recent deadly shooting. continue reading »

City Council Approves Ordinance to Create New Community Gardens

The proposal for the half acre garden at Nathan Davis School located at 3059 W. Pershing Road includes the removal of asphalt, native plantings, a student- created mosaic bench and an outdoor classroom seating area. continue reading »

Man Beaten to Death in Little Village

A 50-year-old man was found early yesterday morning at the 3000 block of South St. Louis, beaten to death. Harrison Area detectives are investigating the beating by a group of people in Little Village continue reading »

Latin Kings’ Leader & Other Top Gang Members Convicted in Federal Trial

A federal jury today convicted the highest-ranking leader nationwide and three other high-ranking leaders of the Latin Kings street gang of racketeering conspiracy (RICO) and all other charges against them involving continue reading »

CRIME:  Food Cart Vendor Shot Over the Weekend in Little Village

On Friday evening of this weekend, a local food cart vendor in Little Village was shot on the corner of 26th Street and Sawyer Avenue at 10.27 p.m. The unidentified 56-year old woman was working continue reading »

Cinco de Mayo

On May 5, 1862 Mexican forces routed the French at the Battle of Puebla and an annual celebration was born. Is it weird that it's a bigger deal today in the U.S. continue reading »

Man Dies After Being Intentionally Hit With Car

A man is dead after a driver deliberately hit him in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood. Thursday, Renee Torres, 25, was killed by an unidentified man after he purposefully drove on the sidewalk to hit him. continue reading »

New Little Village Chamber of Commerce Sees Challenges, Remain Optimistic

Four months ago, the entire Little Village Chamber of Commerce staff walked out, but these days, the new three-person team is exciting about their new ideas thought they acknowledge that tough road that lays before them. 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 »

4 Injured in Little Village as Car Crashes into Viaduct

Wednesday, four people were injured when their car crashed into a viaduct in the Little Village neighborhood on the Southwest Side. The accident occurred at about 3:15 a.m. in the 2200 block of South Trumbull Avenu continue reading »