Chicago Public Libraries To Remain Open On Modified ScheduleThe city doesn't want to close the libraries entirely because some residents rely them as a place to go for basic services.
Several Women Punched In The Face Near Harold Washington Library; Suspect In CustodyPolice said several people, possibly nine women, reported being hit just before 9 a.m. outside the library, near Plymouth Court and Van Buren Street.
Should Book Choices Be Private? Harold Washington Library Patron Calls For ChangeA Chicago woman is accusing the Harold Washington Library of failing to protect the privacy of its patrons—and the library is responding tonight.
Justice Sotomayor Is 'Turning Pages' With Her New Children's Book"The most successful thing I've done in my life is being successful while bringing all of my family and friends with me."
Art Piece At Harold Washington Library Uses Dog Tags To Represent U.S. Soldiers Killed In VietnamAn art exhibit created by Vietnam War veterans was unveiled today at the Harold Washington Library, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Rewind Chicago: The Rise, Fall And Revival Of State Street State Street, once known as "that Great Street," had fallen on hard times by the late 1970s.
Chicago Mourners Share Thoughts, Memories In Condolence Book For Nelson Mandela People who have been showing up to sign the condolence book for the late South African president Nelson Mandela at the Harold Washington Library have said they felt compelled to share their thoughts and memories.
Boy Dies After Collapsing In LibraryPolice are conducting an investigation after a 16-year-old boy died after collapsing at the Harold Washington Library.