Fire Sweeps Through Top-Floor Apartment In PilsenA fire sent huge flames blowing out of the windows of an apartment in Pilsen Monday evening.
Parents, Teachers In Pilsen Slam CPS Return To In-Person Classes; 'This Plan Is Disrespectful And We Cannot Trust It'Parents and teachers in the 25th Ward are calling the CPS reopening plan poorly conceived. One parent said it’s even affecting her son’s remote learning.
Police Warn Of Pattern Of Robberies, Carjackings In Multiple Parts Of City This WeekPolice on Tuesday warned of a pattern of robberies and carjackings this week, spanning across a wide area of the city – from Pilsen to Chicago Lawn and Washington Park.
City Council Zoning Committee Rejects Proposed Pilsen Landmark District“Let’s be clear, why are we valuing Bohemian-inspired buildings over people’s lives?” said Adriana Diaz, who grew up in Pilsen.
Police Issue Warning About Cellphone Store Robberies In Pilsen, Little Village AreasPolice on Sunday warned residents of the Pilsen and Little Village areas about a string of cellphone store robberies that have transpired over the last several weeks.
Police Search For Assailants Who Attacked, Robbed Man On Pink Line At Damen StopPolice on Sunday were searching for multiple suspects in a robbery on the CTA Pink Line in Pilsen last week.
Family Of Pilsen Hit And Run Victim Pleads For Help; 'We Need To Get This Person Off The Streets'"She lost her parents about four years ago, within two weeks of each other. Her mother and her father died. She's had a rough life and it hurt her."
Thanks To A Simple Facebook Post, Pilsen Teen Not Only Finds Virtual Special Needs Program At Park District, But Also Gets To Star In Furniture CommercialA simple Facebook post from Pilsen turned a teen’s frown around.
2 Days Before Election Day, Immigrant Community Leaders Head To Pilsen In Get-Out-The-Vote EffortLeaders of Chicago’s immigrant community on Sunday were pushing to get out the vote with Election Day coming up on Tuesday.
Revolution Brewing To Close Brewpub Through Winter Amid Pandemic Restrictions; Other Businesses Say State Grants Aren't EnoughLate Thursday, we were just a couple of hours away from a ban on indoor dining in Chicago due to spiking coronavirus infection numbers. It comes as more businesses are shutting their doors for good, or temporarily.
In A Pandemic Plan B, Chicago International Film Festival Switches To Drive-In FormatThere was no walking the red carpet this year, but the Chicago International Film Festival was still a go.