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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 »

CPS Parents Sue - Allege Higher Number of Minority Students are Flunked

Wednesday, a number of CPS students’ parents are planning to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education for what they say is the unfair failing of minority students. continue reading »

Basic Skills Test’s New Standards Result in Fewer Minorities Passing

Chicago community groups in Illinois are arguing that standards for new teacher exams, which all college students have to take to get into a teacher-training program, are discriminating against minorities. 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 »

Emanuel May Not Send His Children to Chicago Public Schools if Elected

Emanuel May Not Send His Children to Chicago Public Schools if Elected

As the race for Chicago’s next mayor heats up, Rahm Emanuel has found himself in the middle of yet another controversy. Tuesday, Emanuel said he would not commit to sending his three children to Chicago Public schools if he is elected, continue reading »

“Don’t Tase Me, Bro!” Tasings by Chicago Police Increased in 2010

“Don’t Tase Me, Bro!” Tasings by Chicago Police Increased in 2010

In 2009, the Chicago Police Department used their Tasers on people 197 times. In 2010 however, that number more than tripled to 683 according to the Independent Police Review Authority. continue reading »

Humboldt Park House Fire Sends Residents into Cold

Around six people narrowly missed being caught in a Humboldt Park fire that engulfed their home overnight. Just before 1 AM, the fire broke out in the two-story home on the 1000 block of North Drake Avenue continue reading »

COMMUNITY ALERT: Regarding the Armed Robberies of Rehab Sites

Residents of the 008th District (Chicago Lawn) should be aware Area One Detectives are investigating several armed robberies which have occurred in buildings being rehabbed by contractors. These incidents have occurred in the vicinity of 5800 South to 7300 South, continue reading »

(McKinley Park) Car Accident Kills 1, Injures 2

Uriel Silva, 21, of the 2100 block of South Ashland Avenue, and his two passengers, traveling in a white Oldsmobile Delta 88 where involved in a crash around 5:20 AM in the McKinley Park neighborhood at the 3800 block of South Ashland Avenue. continue reading »

COMMUNITY ALERT: Wanted for Public Indecency

About the crime: The alert gives notice to the residents of Beat 912 of a male white Hispanic offender who exposed his genitals to a young female victim and stated "come here." This incident occurred on December 2, 2010 continue reading »

Chicago Police Release Preliminary November Crime Statistics

Total Crime Down for 23rd Consecutive Month, Along with Violent, Property Offenses. Today Superintendent Jody P. Weis discussed preliminary crime statistics for the month of November during a press conference at Chicago Police Headquarters. continue reading »

Chicago Bookstore Provides Spanish-exclusive Books

Pilsen’s Libreria Giron, one of the three family-owned Giron bookstores, exclusively sells books in Spanish, ranging from Ricky Martin’s new book “Yo”, to classics, to new books from best-selling authors like Nobel Prize-winning Mario Vargas Llosa. continue reading »

Weatherization Workshop in Lawndale on December 8th

Please join the Chicago Conservation Corps and Neighborhood Housing Services Chicago for a free Do-it-yourself Home Weatherization Workshop. continue reading »