DePaul basketball fans who were hoping to see their Blue Demons call the United Center home can forget it.
Blackhawks President John McDonough understands the difference between history and trivia.
Hawks fans are beginning to feel like it’s 2010 all over again, when the Hawks won the Stanley Cup.
In 2006, when Indianapolis beat out Chicago for exclusive rights to host the Big Ten men’s basketball tournament from 2008-12, conference commissioner Jim Delany expressed his hope that a fixed location would help boost attendance for his league’s hoops extravaganza.
The Big Ten Tournament’s return to Chicago is already a hit.
It was fitting that on the coldest night in Chicago in nearly two years, red-hot Blackhawks hockey made it’s long-awaited return to the West Side.
So there may be a hockey season after-all, and nobody seems to be happier than those who operate businesses near the United Center.
Let loose and sing your heart out for a couple of hours at one of the best concerts coming to Chicago in 2013.
Firefighters were on the scene of a fire at a senior citizen apartment complex on the West Side on Wednesday morning that left five people injured.
Could the DePaul Blue Demons share the same court as the Chicago Bulls?
The Chicago Bulls released the first rendering of its new practice facility, which will be built adjacent to the United Center.
The Chicago Bulls beat the Sacramento Kings 93-87.
The Bulls are at home, opening their regular season tonight at 7 p.m. against the Sacramento Kings – and business owners near the United Center are glad to see some activity on Madison Street.
A published report says in the near future, the Bulls may not be the only basketball team using the United Center as its home base.
Head out to the game and enjoy some food while you’re at it.
Come 2013, the Illini are coming to town. Get used to it, Chicago, because it’s going to be happening often – and not just for football games.
“I will probably run this car into the ground.” – Devon and his Dodge Caravan
Hundreds of people lined up outside the United Center Thursday, and they all had one thing in common – they wanted to be the next American Idol.
Police have issued a warning to Near West Side residents after a string of burglaries in the neighborhood surrounding the United Center.
Bryan Gruley, reporter at large for Bloomberg News and author of The Skeleton Box – he’s also a hockey fan. Here, Gruley shares his favorite Chicago hockey spots.