After two days of protesters marching on downtown streets, the bands and balloons and floats took over.
The popular Downtown ice rink opened Monday.
A collection of some of our favorite gifts from local shops in the neighborhood.
For anyone looking to give this holiday season, here are seven worthy Chicago charities.
If additional cuts are made, Stone officials said art and music could be first on the chopping block
The community center has started a scholarship fund to make sure its kids have after-school programs.
"I've seen the error of my ways," Ald. Osterman said, reversing his position on an elected school board.
The craft fair and cookie walk will take place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Dec. 5.
From Dec. 1-15, neighborhood folks can donate a new, unwrapped toy for children 13 and under.
Teresa Alvarez found the baby girl outside the hospital when she arrived for work at 3 a.m. Nov. 3.
Prentice Women's Hospital, which delivers more babies than any center in the state, led a diaper drive.
Ald. Joe Moore said his community has "long been home to immigrants and refugees" and that won't change.
Thousands of dollars were raised in just 24 hours so kids could visit their moms for the holidays.
New or gently used coats can be dropped off at locations throughout the 41st Ward, organizers said.
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