MAY 2017

New Roosevelt Library building will include mixed-use residential housing

The City has selected a design by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill for a combined new Roosevelt Branch Library and apartments at Taylor and Ada Streets.

Higher education is being decimated and the blame lies squarely with Governor Rauner

Two-and-a-half years ago, we would have called it a political stalemate. Twelve months ago, it would have best been described as a financial challenge. Today, it wouldn’t be hyperbole to call it a fiscal crisis of epic proportions.

ATN: May 2017

Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held every Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, in the basement at 1220 W. Lexington St. The meetings are closed format…

Gazette name change reflects commitment to local and city-wide issues

Our masthead reflects a change in our name this issue to Gazette Chicago. This marks only the fourth name change in the history of the newspaper. So, why do it? Why now?

City keeps Roosevelt Road properties in limbo; Baptist church files lawsuit

A church cannot get City permission to buy the building it rents.