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WGN NewsAt a prayer service in Daley Plaza to celebrate Good Friday, Cardinal George likened the suffering of Jesus on this day to the suffering of Christians in Chicago whether it is from illness, death, financial problems, anything that causes pain. After...
Alice Brown remembers the moment of dread when doctors diagnosed her with cancer. She imagines her terror and despair were much like what Jesus felt when he was sentenced to die on the cross. Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy seemed to defeat the...
Tags: Lymphatic System, Music, Concerts, Health, Biotechnology
Like some Chicago Catholics, Aidan Gillespie of Pilsen performed the Stations of the Cross last week to prepare for Easter—except he did it using CTA stations. Gillespie, 24, said he traveled the length of the CTA rail system to visit 10 churches...
Clout StreetA church group still hopes to be able to set up shop in the historic Portage Theater on the Northwest Side despite city attempts to landmark the property and opposition to the plan by aldermen, a lawyer for the religious organization said Friday....
Chicago Breaking NewsChicago police bomb and arson unit investigators were able to "resolve" a situation involving a suspicious package in the Pilsen neighborhood this afternoon, police said. The call came in to police at about 2:51 p.m. for a suspicious package found on the...
RedEyeRating: !! 1/2 (out of four) Take it or leave it The scene: This cozy, low-key Humboldt Park bar has a beer-and-a-shot (and a taco) vibe. I was surrounded by young friends from the neighborhood during my weeknight visit, and also had my latest "baby...
Back for a fifth year, Chicago Restaurant Week kicks off Friday with 10 straight days of discounted dining, lunch and dinner, at some of Chicago's best restaurants. Launched in 2008 with 35 pioneering participants, Chicago Restaurant Week, produced by...
Fed by a steady stream of coal barges, the aging power plants that loom over Chicago's Little Village and Pilsen neighborhoods are by far the city's largest industrial sources of climate change pollution. No other polluter comes close to the 4.2...
Tribune reportersAfter meeting a woman at a bar, a former University of Illinois at Chicago soccer player returned with the woman to her apartment, where he allegedly raped her and — when she tried to flee — dragged her back into the home by the ankles and...
Tribune reporterA large main cracked open in the Pilsen neighborhood overnight, pouring a river of water into streets, basements and businesses. The 36-inch cast iron main broke in the 1500 block of West 21st Street at about 8:30 p.m. Monday, authorities said. Tom...
Tribune reporterA man was so infuriated his dog had urinated on the floor he threw boiling water at the pup while cooking a meal, causing severe burns to the animal’s head and torso in the East Pilsen neighborhood, police said. Kyle Voissem, 20, was boiling water...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Misdemeanors, Crimes
(AP) - A Kansas congressman says a priest who was an Army chaplain during the Korean War is closer to receiving the Medal of Honor. The Wichita Eagle reports that Rep. Mike Pompeo has been working to have Father Emil Kapaun, of Pilsen, awarded the...
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