Quantcast

DNAinfo has closed.
Click here to read a message from our Founder and CEO

people

John McDonough

Recent Headlines
Near West Side »

The Blackhawks head back to the Plan Commission this week for final approval of the land sale.

Edison Park »

The playlot features the Blackhawks' Indian head logo and depictions of hockey players in motion.

Edison Park »

The playground should reopen by the end of November, according to the Edison Park Chamber of Commerce.

Edison Park »

In five months, less than $30,000 of the $150,000 needed has been raised, officals said.

Edison Park »

John McDonough celebrated with fans, and had a neighborhood street named in his honor.

Edison Park »

The raffle will fund a plan to turn an Edison Park playground into a shrine to the Blackhawks.

Edison Park »

The Edison Park Chamber of Commerce is working to raise $100,000 to honor the Blackhawks.

Edison Park »

Chicago Blackhawks CEO John McDonough was born in Edison Park.

Edison Park »

Community leaders had hoped to renovate the park and rename it for Edison Park native John McDonough.

Downtown »

Prices on official Blackhawks gear and merchandise will be reduced by up to 75 percent through Sept. 30.

Norwood Park »

The parade's co-founders have long hoped to have a member of the famous acting family participate.

Downtown »

Bill Babiarz's daughter, 4-year-old Cameron, suffers from the rare developmental disorder.

Lakeview »

The pilot 30-20-10 program requires students to be active for an hour each day.

Edison Park »

Unable to talk or use her hands, Cammy Babiarz put touching the Stanley Cup on her bucket list.

Edison Park »

Blackhawks President and CEO John McDonough told young fans to have big dreams.