Fifth Third Bank is using the federal Opportunity Zones program to invest $20 million in Chicago neighborhoods starving for private dollars.
Survivors of police torture and activists say the city of Chicago isn’t upholding its promises from a sweeping 2015 reparations package.
In her new book, Chicago native and Georgetown University professor Marcia Chatelain uncovers how fast food became a fixture in black communities.
A local activist initiative brings residents across the greater Chicago area together to heal from the wounds of racism.
If CHA residents are found using marijuana, CHA will consider “relevant facts on a case-by-case basis and mitigating circumstances.”
Mientras el concejal del Distrito 25, Daniel Solís, cooperaba en una investigación de corrupción federal antes de dejar su cargo el año pasado, un miembro de su personal estaba haciendo una nueva carrera como portero en un club nocturno, guardia de seguridad y como lobbista en una empresa de servicios públicos de Illinois.
“We see the inhumanity, and we vow to redouble every effort we can to end the [Remain in Mexico] policy,” said Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia.
“Everyone who lives in Woodlawn now should be able to stay in Woodlawn,” said Chicago Housing Commissioner Marisa Novara.
Reset checks in with a local group that has been aiding in Puerto Rico’s recovery since Hurricane Maria struck the island 2017.
Opportunity Zones show promise in Chicago. But some say the program has been underutilized, and it lacks accountability and oversight.