Downtown »

Food-Poisoning Tracked Through Twitter With Foodborne Chicago App

The city's Department of Public Health innovation has triggered 236 reports in its first year.

Humboldt Park »

Healthy Bodegas Looking to Expand Humboldt Park Garden, Grow More Food

The program seeks to get more fresh fruit and vegetables onto residents' plates.

Portage Park »

Several Offers on the Table for Portage Park Hospital, Officials Say

After losing money for three years in a row, Our Lady of the Resurrection hospital is for sale.

Irving Park »

Horner Park Farmers Market to Debut in July

Residents in the Horner Park area will have a farmers market within walking distance starting July 12.

Boystown »

New Pride Week 5K More About the Party Than the Run, Organizer Says

A new 5K will debut on the Thursday evening before the Pride Parade in June, organizers said.

South Shore (above 79th) »

Project Fierce Raising Money for South, West Side LGBT Youth Housing

The nonprofit is eyeing foreclosed properties in Austin, South Shore and West Garfield Park.

Mt. Greenwood »

Cardinal George Says Process For Finding His Replacement Hasn't Yet Begun

George said he hopes to meet his successor and encourage him to listen to those around him.

Hyde Park »

Chef Graham Elliot Loses 150 Pounds, Now His Surgeon Will Cook For Him

Elliot will celebrate his weight loss with a meal cooked by the U. of C. doctors who did the surgery.

Morgan Park »

Kaden's Law Inspired by Morgan Park Infant Who Died of Whooping Cough

A grieving family is behind an effort to better alert the public about outbreaks of contagious diseases.

Lakeview »

'Chiberia' Made Dogs Fat Thanks to Fewer Walks, Veterinarians Say

Winter weight gain is expected every year, vets say, but this year it has been substantial.

Edgewater »

Edgewater 5K Run to Benefit Neighborhood Schools

The run is planned for the end of September.

Lakeview »

10,000 PB&Js in One Hour the Goal of Hotels' Charity Effort

On National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, Broughton Hotels employees plan to make sandwiches for charity.

Hyde Park »

CPS Teacher Comes Out to Community as Transgender

Known as Mr. Rowell, the teacher said she was ready to tell the world she's a transgender woman.

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