City Hall is apologizing. Parking tickets issued during Friday’s funeral procession for a Marine from Beverly have been voided.
Outside the Beverly Bakery, the “No Parking” signs are already posted. The chefs are roasting veggies for Guinness stew, and they’ve already cooked up amaretto cupcakes, CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports.
A fallen American hero arrived home in the West Beverly neighborhood Friday morning, after a procession from Midway International Airport.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Thursday he hopes the organizers of the South Side Irish Parade have taken the last three years to think about how to resume the parade, while making sure to avoid the alcohol-fueled mayhem that prompted the Beverly neighborhood to put a stop to the event after 2009.
A man was found shot to death in a suspected suicide early Tuesday, near the scene of a fire that broke out in a house in the Beverly neighborhood.
An African-American teenager says he was attacked, strangled with a noose and racially taunted by three white youths because of his relationship with a suspect’s family member.
Nearly three years after it was scrapped because it had morphed into a beer-drenched, arrest-filled nightmare for Southwest Side neighborhoods, the South Side Irish St. Patrick’s Day Parade appears to be coming back.
At least six people were taken to the hospital early Monday from a home on the northern edge of the Beverly neighborhood.
Two people were hospitalized in critical condition for smoke inhalation from a fire in the Far South Side Beverly neighborhood early Sunday.
A fire at a restaurant in the South Side Beverly neighborhood caused heavy damage to the building Sunday night. No one was hurt.
A Burger King on the city’s South Side has been closed by the city, after inspectors found so many insects buzzing around that they were “afraid to open their mouths.”
Could there again be a South Side Irish parade next March?
Thousands of people turned out on the South Side on Sunday for a breast cancer walk.
Two brothers working at a Mr. Submarine shop in the Beverly neighborhood are being hailed as heroes, for protecting a couple who were attacked in the drive-through lane.
A 4-month-old boy from the Beverly neighborhood helped set an unusual world record over the weekend.
Patrons of the Borders book store on Chicago’s South Side are trying to prevent its closure, which is part of a mass shuttering by the bankrupt retailer.
Many homeowners spent the day in the freezing cold, as they dug out from the blizzard that dumped 20.2 inches of snow on the area.