City Conducts Biennial Census Of Homeless PopulationMore than 200 volunteers and city employees fanned out overnight, counting the city’s homeless, but it was not driven by the cold snap.
Census Offering Hyper-Local Data On CommunitiesYou can now find a profile of your community or neighborhood, based on reams of information from the US Census Bureau.
Breakdown Of 1940 Census Coming MondayThis coming Monday, April 2, is a big day for genealogists in Chicago, or anyone looking into a family tree.
Survey To Measure Booming Growth Of Illinois Wine IndustryThe Illinois wine industry is growing, and a census of sorts will help vintners realize how much it has grown in the past five years.
Illinois Getting Older, According To CensusIllinois' population is getting older, with new Census data showing that the median age pushing past 36 over the past decade.
Chicago Population Lowest Since 1910New U.S. Census data shows the population of Chicago has dropped to its lowest levels since 1910 figures.
Cook County Tops Nation For Black-Owned BusinessesThe numbers of black-owned businesses are up across America, but the greatest numbers are in the Chicago area in general, and Cook County in particular.
Report Shows Changing Face Of Chicago AreaA report is out today about the changing faces in many Chicago area neighborhoods.
Illinois Stands To Lose 1 Congressional Seat In RedistrictingIllinois is expected to lose 1 of its 19 congressional seats when the U.S. Census Bureau announces new population estimates.
Household Incomes Dropping In SuburbsNew census information suggests household incomes have seen major drops over the past 10 years in the Chicago suburbs.
State Lawmakers Want Changes For RedistrictingIllinois lawmakers are preparing to change the ground rules for re-drawing their districts.