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1 Chicago Has Closed Broadway Street so 32 Lakeview Restaurants Can Serve Diners
2 Chicago-Area Protests: March to King's Home, Cops at Rush's Office Investigated
3 IL 4th Of July: Where Fireworks Are Happening, Where Theyre Not
4 Thousands In North Side March Told: If Serious About Helping, Come To South And West Side Cleanup Events This Week
5 Farmers Markets Reopening, With Changes. Pick Up Fresh Fruits and Veggies, Then Skedaddle
6 West Side Violence Interrupters Shift From Stopping Shootings To Cleaning Up Neighborhoods Hit Hard By Looting
7 West Side Neighborhoods That Never Recovered From '68 Riots Torn Apart By Looting, Fires: History Is 'Repeating Itself'
8 Pop-Up Food Pantries Coming To South And West Sides: 'The Need Is Astronomical'
9 Activists Beg People Looting Chicago: Please Don't Destroy Our Neighborhoods
10 Chicago Farmers Markets 2020: dates & locations
11 Edgewater Launches Donation Drive To Help South, West Side Neighbors Clean Up Following Unrest
12 7-2-2020 Kemmerer Gazette Legals
13 $1 Million Grant Program Helps South And West Side Groups Adapt To Coronavirus As They Work To Stop Violence
14 Street Outreach Programs Get $6 Million Boost To Curb Violence On South And West Sides
15 Here's How You Can Help South, West Side Businesses Hit Hard By Looting, Vandalism
16 LIVE UPDATES: Peaceful Protest On North Side, But Looting Persists In Parts Of Chicago, Unrest In Naperville
17 Lakeview Rallies To Save Businesses After 75 Percent Say They'll Fail By July
18 PHOTOS: Chicago Braces For More Protests, Looting
19 City Will Rebuild Vandalized Neighborhoods On South, West Sides And Beyond, Lightfoot Says
20 Lakeview Pantry Using Wrigley Field To Help Feed People Affected By Coronavirus
21 Get Free Masks Thursday At 3 West Side Locations
22 $6 Million In Funding Announced As Part Of West Side United's Drive To Close 16-Year 'Death Gap'
23 In Rockville Centre, scars remain from when blacks were forced from their homes
24 Chicago Police Only Arrested People For Social Distancing Violations On The South And West Sides, Data Shows
25 Lightfoot On Telling West Side Teens To Go Home: 'I'm Not Going To Apologize For Caring About Black Chicago'
26 The Ultimate Guide To Buying Legal Weed In Your Neighborhood
27 Coronavirus Testing Coming To West, South Side Clinics
28 LIVE UPDATES: CTA Shutting Down Monday Night, Advocates Call On City Leaders To Crack Down On Police Brutality
29 Cresco Labs Weed Workers Push To Unionize: It's 'Physically Impossible' To Social Distance In Shops, Budtenders Say
30 Lakeview Residents Outraged After Cars Ticketed, Moved For Construction They Didn't Know About
31 People's Free Food Program Feeding South, West Siders This Week in Garfield Park, West Englewood
32 On The West Side, Violence Interrupters Have A New Message: Wash Your Hands
33 'Art Can Change Your Life': A Gallery With Studios, Lessons And Shows Coming To West Side
34 In Under-Resourced North Lawndale, Less Than One-Third Of Neighbors Have Completed The Census
35 Lakeview Businesses Begin 'Cautiously Reopening' As City Starts Phase 3 Of Recovery
36 #MaskUpAndLive Campaign Giving Out Masks To West Siders To End Coronavirus Racial Disparities
37 Black Lawmakers Call For End To Looting On South And West Sides; Accuse Police Of Not Protecting Their Neighborhoods
38 Vandal Smashes Nearly Every Sheffield's Window; Workers Say It Was Drunken Lawyer Banned From Bar
39 1 In 5 Chicago Students Lacks Broadband. Here's Where They Live
40 Bar Worker Shot In Lakeview Has Long Recovery Ahead, So Colleagues Raise Money To Help: 'Everyone Loves Him'
41 6 North Lawndale Projects Selected As Finalists For $10 Million Chicago Prize
42 West Side Community Garden Giving Away Raspberry Bushes
43 West Side Liquor Stores Are Closing Early To Encourage Crowds To Stay Home As Coronavirus Spreads
44 Residents Assess Damage in Aftermath of Looting on South Side, Loop
45 South Siders, Undeterred By Continued Unrest, Mobilize To Clean Up Weekend Damage
46 Top Chicago news: Pedestrian killed by train in Lakeview; man's body found in Chicago River; more
47 Here's Where To Get A Free Mask In Chicago This Weekend
48 Armed Suspect Fatally Shot By Chicago Police After Shooting Near Lakeview Bar
49 Neighborhood Groups Are Placing Big Orders To Help 'Tamale Guy' Get Through The Coronavirus Crisis
50 WorldScene Film Festival Features Free Short Films From Around The World — And It Was Curated By West Side Teens
51 West Side Hospital Is So Full, Coronavirus Patients Are Intubated In Units Outside The ICU — But It's Losing Nurses To McCormick Place
52 City kicks off $750M investment campaign | Articles | News
53 Senior Veteran Housing Complex Likely Coming To The West Side After Key Vote
54 Fifth Third Bank Announces $20 Million Investment In Chicago's South And West Side Opportunity Zones
55 Lakeview's Extravagant First Dog Park Could Feature Lazy River, Waterfall — But How Much Will It Cost?
56 Strangers In Lakeview High Rises Form A Nightly 'Noise Brigade' On Fire Escapes During Coronavirus Lockdown
57 The Ogden Bus Is Coming Back After 12 Years, Thanks To The West Siders Who Fought For It
58 Police Investigating Early Morning Gunfire In Lakeview
59 6 Chicago Streets to be Closed Off for Outdoor Restaurant Seating
60 Westside resources for those needing help during COVID-19 pandemic
61 How to Help Chicago Bar and Restaurant Workers During the COVID-19 Outbreak
62 Police Boost Presence At Belmont 'L' Stop, Add More Cops To Transit Unit
63 West Side Residents Are Getting Trained To Use Narcan To Reverse Heroin Overdoses
64 Dangerous West Town Intersection Where Car Plowed Into Restaurant Will Be Studied By The City
65 Port Allen's defense too much for Lakeview, Pels move on to state title game
66 The Jerk Taco Man Returning To The West Side After 2 Years
67 Union Organizer Lakesia Collins Wins State Rep Race After Building Grassroots Support On The West Side
68 City of Alpharetta set to decide on 62-acre 360 Tech Village (NEW RENDERINGS)
69 Lakeview Pantry Raises More Than $100K As Demand For Assistance Skyrockets
70 Loretto Hospital Begins Free Coronavirus Testing, Regardless of Symptoms And Medical Condition
71 West Side Food Pantries Offer Delivery, Grab-And-Go Pickup To Keep Residents Fed — And Safe
72 6 New Coronavirus Testing Sites Opening On South, West Sides
73 Police Issuing Tickets In West Ridge Wedding That Flouted Stay At Home Order
74 Here's How You Can Help Chicago Seniors In Need Of Coronavirus Prevention Supplies
75 Chicago pot shop ‘destroyed’; 3 others hit
76 West Side Mentors Are Showing Teens Masculinity Does Not Need To Be Toxic: 'Vulnerability Is Not A Weakness'
77 Chicago Neighbors In Coronavirus Seclusion Lift Spirits With Nightly Singalongs, Breathtaking Light Shows
78 Need Money For Your Summer Programs? $1 Million Set Aside To Fund Neighborhood Groups
79 Protest Is Personal On South Shore Corner Where Cop Shot 'Snoop'
80 Don't Take Matters Into Your Own Hands, Wary Top Cop And Mayor Tell Chicagoans After Days Of Looting, Shootings
81 Howard Brown To Buy Pioneering Gay Bar Little Jim's For A Major Expansion In Lakeview
82 Crews Are Digging 70-Foot Holes Along The Future CTA Belmont Bypass In Lakeview. Here's Why
83 Night Ministry Moving Medical Team To Bucktown, But 'The Crib' Will Remain In Lakeview During Pandemic
84 Wicker Park Shops Destroyed By Looting: 'It's Total Destruction … I Just Want This To Stop'
85 9th District Candidates Share Different Visions For Public Safety And Education On The West Side
86 Chicago's Mural Registry Growing In Some Neighborhoods, But Art Vs. Graffiti Debate Leaves Others Behind
87 Is CHA Protecting Its Most Vulnerable Residents During Coronavirus? Some Say No
88 With East Garfield Park Ripe For Gentrification, Residents Draw Up Blueprint To Protect Themselves
89 Neighbors Demand Answers After Man Accused Of Shoplifting Dies Inside Lakeview Jewel-Osco
90 Martin Luther King's Birthday Is Not A Day Off But A Day Of Service For This West Side Nonprofit
91 Lakeview's Luxurious Dog Park Plan Thrills Pet Owners, But Older Neighbors Say No Way
92 The City Closed Many Of Its Free Mental Health Clinics, So West Siders Opened Their Own
93 Grubhub Delivery Driver Runs Over Restaurant Worker In Hit-And-Run Caught On Video
94 Along With Health Care Disparity, Effects Of Food Deserts Likely Making Coronavirus More Deadly For Black Chicagoans
95 Car Plows Into West Town's Breakfast House At Accident-Prone Grand Avenue Intersection
96 Healthy Marketplace Planned For Englewood Gets Boost With $1.75 Million City Grant
97 West Town The First In Series Of Peaceful Protests Planned For Busy North Side Intersections: 'Silence Is Violence'
98 South Shore Cleanup From Looting Starts Monday Morning: 'It Is Imperative We Do Not Decimate Our Own Communities'
99 A West Side Minigolf Course Is Coming In 2020, But You Can Check Out Plans For It Now In The Pedway
100 Homophobic Slur Yelled At Stabbing Victim Before He Was Attacked At Richard's Bar, Police Say