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Map: Find Affordable Rental Housing Developments in Chicago
According to Rent.com, the average price of renting an apartment is between $1,357 to $2,322 in Chicago, depending on the size of the unit. But there are affordable options.
Maps: Chicago Summer Concert and Music Festivals Guide
Wondering where the best summer music festivals, concert venues and clubs are? We've got maps to steer you to all of the best locations in the city.
Albany Park Residents Fear Increasing Violence in the Neighborhood
Theft, burglary and aggravated battery crimes have increased in Chicago, and the quiet Northwest side neighborhood of Albany Park is not immune.
Asian Americans Are Facing Unprecedented Difficulties in Chicago
A series of studies were conducted and found that hate crimes targeting the Asian American community have reached some unprecedented levels. What does that mean in Chicago?
Uptown Concerned Over Weiss Hospital’s Potential New Owner
Weiss Memorial Hospital in Uptown is undergoing two major real estate shifts this year, which has drawn the attention and ire of many in the neighborhood.
Wicker Park Carjackings: The Fear of Going for a Ride
Wicker Park carjackings have spiked tremendously in the past year, with four carjackings happening in the span of less than a week. Residents are concerned.
Security In Chinatown: What Improvements are Being Made
Residents and the Chicago Police Department say they're concerned about the increase in crime in Chicago's normally peaceful Chinatown neighborhood.
How Has COVID-19 Impacted Chicago Public Library Visits?
According to City of Chicago data, 3.6 million total visits to CPL branches were recorded throughout 2021, less than half of 2019, the year before the pandemic.
Crime on the Rise in Chicago’s 31st Ward Neighborhoods
So far, 413 crimes have occurred in Chicago's 31st Ward since the start of 2022. Theft and battery lead the list, but more violent crimes have been showing up on the police blotter.
COVID-19: Chicago Small Businesses Moving Forward After Omicron
After surviving several surges from COVID-19 variants, Chicago restaurants and other small businesses are finding their footing again.
COVID-19 in Greektown: More Businesses In Jeopardy
In the city of Chicago alone, 18.8% of restaurants have had to shut their doors for good since the onset of COVID-19. The pandemic has hit Greektown particularly hard.
Long-Term Changes, Impact for CTA Red-Purple Modernization
The Red and Purple Modernization Program (RPM) will rebuild the Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations. But what impact will this have on the Uptown neighborhood?
Gentrification Continues Taking Over in Pilsen Community
Pilsen resident Albert Lopez grew up in the neighborhood and witnessed first-hand the financial struggles his family endured because of gentrification.
Why is Chicago’s Lakefront Washing Away?
As water levels continue to increase over the past seven years, some areas along Chicago's lakefront are eroding away, causing fear with vanishing beaches and issues with residents and their homes.
Data: Northwest, West Sides Hotbeds for Abandoned Vehicles
While carjackings have been an issue in Chicago, so have abandoned vehicles. Data shows the West and Northwest Sides are hotbeds for them.
Pritzker Defeats Bailey for Another Term as Governor
Election Night Comes to a Bitter End for Bailey and His Supporters
Duckworth Reelected to U.S. Senate in Big Win Over Salvi
Emotional Giannoulias Wins Secretary of State Race Convincingly
Midterm Election Night Updates: Pritzker, Duckworth Lock Up Races Early
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Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
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