Woman Robbed In Car In South LakeviewA woman was robbed in her car in South Lakeview Monday evening.
City Issues Two Citations To Ann Sather Restaurant In Lakeview After Alderman Admits Defying Indoor Dining Ban; Faces Up To $10,500 In FinesThe amount of the fine Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) faces will be determined at an administrative hearing, but could total up to $10,000.
Man Charged In Carjacking In Wicker Park Jewel-Osco Parking LotQuitone Nash, of Markham, was out on bond on previous misdemeanor charges when he and two other men carjacked a man sleeping in his vehicle in the parking lot of a Jewel grocery store in Wicker Park.
Could Recent Carjackings In Lakeview, Bucktown Be Connected?A possible link has been discovered to a string of carjackings from Lakeview to Bucktown.
2 Women Reach Out Social Media To Help Others, Brighten Lives During Holiday Amid PandemicThere has been an outpouring of holiday cheer on social media during the pandemic.
Carjackings Spiking Across Large Swaths Of ChicagoPolice on Tuesday night were asking the public to pay special attention if they live or work around where a string of carjackings and robberies are going down.
Warm Stretch Has Crowds Packing Restaurant And Bar Patios As Indoor Dining Remains ClosedOn Broadway in Lakeview, sidewalk space is limited for tables and tents, so the action on Saturday kept workers busy, serving customers at socially distanced tables.
Police Issue Alert After String Of Robberies In Lakeview And Other North Side NeighborhoodsPolice issued an alert this weekend about a series of robberies in Lakeview and other North Side neighborhoods over the past couple of weeks.
Pop-Up Food Pantry Finds Permanent Home In Lakeview, Works To Reach More At-Risk PeopleA pop-up food pantry in Lakeview helps people in need every Sunday afternoon, and every Chicagoan is invited.
Schoolyard Tavern On Southport Avenue Announces It's Going Out Of Business Due To COVID-19The Schoolyard Tavern on Southport Avenue is the latest Chicago bar to announce it is going out of business as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Loss Of History: Southport Lanes Bowling Alley Going Out Of Business After 98 Years Due To COVID-19The Southport Lanes bowling alley and its predecessor, the Nook, survived the Great Depression, the Spanish Flu, and some of Chicago’s worst weather – but not COVID-19.