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What was that?

About 11:20PM my wife and I heard a weird far off noise, like wind howling, and the house shook. I checked all the newspapers, there's nothing on the U.S. Geological Survey site about an earthquake. I just looked at my basement in case it was the foundation shifting, and nothing there. Maybe one of the trains near Grand Ave. made an emergency stop?

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  • skdz in hp cats, coffee & cf97

    I heard it too. I had the tv on and by the time I turned the volume down, it had stopped. It lasted about just about 10 seconds? Sometimes we can hear the trains up here by California & Division so I just assumed it had to do with the Metra yard. It was a strange noise (sharp, metallic) but I didn't give it too much thought then. Now I'm interested to know what it was!

2 days ago

Updated 8 hours ago

The HHDC / veteran's building meeting before the planning commission

I attended the planning commission meeting yesterday. All I can say is, Chicago business as usual. It's clear the commission's votes were decided prior to the meeting, as not one Alderman/Commissioner even asked a question of the planners.
The HHDC group presented their case. Alderman Maldonado then indicated that, at Wednesday's community meeting, every single concern and question asked was answered to the complete satisfaction of the community. The Commissioners had already been presented with the housing association’s brief, indicating...

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I attended the planning commission meeting yesterday. All I can say is, Chicago business as usual. It's clear the commission's votes were decided prior to the meeting, as not one Alderman/Commissioner even asked a question of the planners.
The HHDC group presented their case. Alderman Maldonado then indicated that, at Wednesday's community meeting, every single concern and question asked was answered to the complete satisfaction of the community. The Commissioners had already been presented with the housing association’s brief, indicating this was absolutely not the case, and Maldonado knew this as well.

Then a group of 5 or 6 people opposed to the zoning change were allowed 3 minutes each. One gentleman, who also spoke at the community meeting, presented a very compelling argument simply asking that various questions about the project be answered before a vote was held. In fact, that is essentially what all opposed asked for – time to get answers to fair questions.
After this, a group of 5 or 6 people spoke on behalf of the project. The rather large gentleman at the community meeting who had his military uniform on and spoke repeatedly about “la familia” and “Hua”ing the crowd to get boisterous, spoke on behalf of veterans. He indicated that any delay in the vote would be a "life or death" issue for veterans. The rest of the speakers appeared to me either connected to a piece of this project or to the HHDC in general, or were simply against gentrification in terms of “more affordable housing” needed in Humboldt Park.

Alderman Burnett then stated how valuable our veterans are and how needed this is, as well as how the one in his ward is a great addition. Again, this all appeared planned in advance.

A vote was then taken which appeared to be unanimous. Despite receipt of the brief of the housing association, NOT ONE QUESTION WAS ASKED OF MR. ROLDAN, ALDERMAN MALDONADO OR THE ATTORNEY MS. MICHAS. Not. One. Single. Question.

  • Robert Terra Works in Chicago Local Politics

    @RealHP

    First I'd like to thank you for your quality analysis of the recent events. I have asked Adam Corona the question you put forth for him just now, and his response was an impassioned statement that politics in this ward has been done in back rooms for too long....

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    @RealHP

    First I'd like to thank you for your quality analysis of the recent events. I have asked Adam Corona the question you put forth for him just now, and his response was an impassioned statement that politics in this ward has been done in back rooms for too long. His direct quote was " If I get elected I will represent the community, and that means consulting with the community. The current Alderman has forgotten who elected him and has put too much attention into his own personal interest and the interest of private developers. I would put policy before politics, because that's what this community needs"

  • Interesting Roldan is Moreno's father in law. It's known Moreno and Maldonado can't stand each other and Moreno is behind Corona's candidacy. Ah, Chicago politics.

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So, who went to the meeting last night? I did!

In general, after seeing the presentation and the passion, I truly hope that this will turn out as a positive resource for returning veterans and their families. At this point, it seems we can only hope for the best. I did have one small concern about one woman who stood up and commented, telling the audience that she is a social worker and she sees so many single mothers that can't afford to live in the area anymore. I hope...

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In general, after seeing the presentation and the passion, I truly hope that this will turn out as a positive resource for returning veterans and their families. At this point, it seems we can only hope for the best. I did have one small concern about one woman who stood up and commented, telling the audience that she is a social worker and she sees so many single mothers that can't afford to live in the area anymore. I hope the general public understand that this will be strictly for veterans and has nothing to do, for the most part, with single mothers or affordable housing for the general public. This is for veterans, which is admirable. My understanding is it will NOT be available for the general public to apply for housing. I hope the general public will understand this. I took notes at the meeting and recorded it, and correct me if I'm wrong, but this is supposed to be 100 percent veteran housing.

  • Hipster sine 1970:

    It is with some difficulty that I dignify your comment/accusation/command with a reply.

    Whether or not I attended this meeting or that meeting, brushed my teeth this morning or not, or took my coffee black or con leche, I have a lot to say about some issues...

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    Hipster sine 1970:

    It is with some difficulty that I dignify your comment/accusation/command with a reply.

    Whether or not I attended this meeting or that meeting, brushed my teeth this morning or not, or took my coffee black or con leche, I have a lot to say about some issues in the neighborhood. Nothing you can write will stop me.

    I'm not sure if you know, but in America, we have something called Freedom of Speech. Combat veterans fought for this in numerous conflicts spanning over 200 years, including people with whom I share blood.

    Just like politicians, non-profit developers and their architects and attorneys feel entitled to NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS at a public meeting designed for the purpose of answering questions, I don't have to answer yours. ASSuming that I did or did not go makes a you know what outta you. I don't answer to you.

    Funny, I might agree with you about some things, but when there are very few job opportunities I find unfenced vacant lots a low priority. Cook County won't put the scrap thieves in jail, so until you solve that problem we will be stuck with unfenced lots.

    If you are asking me to shut up about a no-bid contract that is happening where I live and will affect how this historic neighborhood, you had better change your expectations, or learn to live with grave disappointment.

    You do what you need to do, and I'll go about my business.

    Our park is on the National Register of Historic Places, so it isn't just me who thinks that it has historical and architectural significance that should be maintained and preserved. This community has standards, and I will not accept being lied to from our politicians.

  • Mike Conover '90's HP block orginizing,CAPS- resident since '07

    I have only been involved by following this on everyblock, but here is the win I see for Humboldt Neighbors- communication about an important issue, visibility (I never was aware of the organization before, I want to get involved, I am not likely the only one), working together and getting...

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    I have only been involved by following this on everyblock, but here is the win I see for Humboldt Neighbors- communication about an important issue, visibility (I never was aware of the organization before, I want to get involved, I am not likely the only one), working together and getting to know others better. The concept of a forum and format for gathering information & opinion on planning & development issues in the community, and then presenting that/those opinion & perspective to the powers that be; is a common, important, and powerful community function. I saw and participate in that forming in Wicker Park (the effect on planning & development, the getting to know & interact with neighbors, and the sense of connection & community). One development does not make Humboldt Park. One issue and project does not define a community group. "This could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship" sic :)

2 days ago

Updated 25 hours ago

Adam Corona for 26th Ward Alderman

If you are ready for change, for commitment, and accountability in the 26th Ward on February 24, 2015 make your vote count. Your voice, your choice, your vote!
Adam Corona for 26th Ward Alderman.

  • Never !!!!!!!!!

  • He has my vote. Maldonado is a hypocrite. He proposes affordable housing but yet he is building fancy town homes on his own property. Why doesn't he build affordable housing on his own land? Oh thats right, he wants to make a profit.

  • A vote for Corona is a vote against not only Maldonado, but the whole apparatus that has been in charge of keeping Humboldt Parkers down. A Kickstarter to fund Adam Corona would be a great idea!

Nov 15

Updated 25 hours ago

Local Handyman

Looking to hire a local handyman for our 8 unit condo building. Light cleaning and general maintenance. Looking for recommendations from other small condo associations please.

  • Tracy BB Super Cute Tracy

    Sounds good, Deb.

  • sean els Returned to Hyde Park Kenwood

    Hi Deb - I am one of your neighbors, live off the 55th street point, do a lot of activism regarding crime, garbage, quality of life issues.

    I would like to introduce my company's tub and tile restoration services to your Condo Association. We use state of the art equipment...

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    Hi Deb - I am one of your neighbors, live off the 55th street point, do a lot of activism regarding crime, garbage, quality of life issues.

    I would like to introduce my company's tub and tile restoration services to your Condo Association. We use state of the art equipment and highly trained workers to restore tub and tiles - make them look, function as new for less than 25% of the cost of even low end new tubs and tiles.

    Our service is perfect for Condo owners looking to rent or sell - as they need new looking tubs and tiles, new pain jobs, jew appliances etc.

    Could I make a presentation to your Condo Association?
    We are based in Hyde Park and use local HP/South Side workers.

    Regards,

    Sean
    Kiney Refinishing
    www.Chicagotubtile.com

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lost dog

Missing near Chicago n Pulaski. If seen email me @ galehethcoat@yahoo.com.com

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Questions re Veterans Housing

1. Is this a done deal?
2. When is the facility projected be open for business?
3. Will February's alderman elections affect this project?
4. What can the citizenry do to impact this project?

  • Gently place your head between your legs.

    Fold your hands over your head.

    Kiss your sself.

    Emerge for the February 24th 2015 Aldermanic election and vote for different leadership.

2 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

New Art Materials Reuse Center on California and Walton

Hi Neighbors!

The WasteShed is a non-profit materials reuse store and art center; we collect reusable art and school materials and make them available to the artists, teachers, and the public for cheap. We have a lot of really great stuff and we're the only place like this in Chicago; yet another reason to be proud of Humboldt Park! Hablamos español (bastante bien) y queremos estar un buen recurso para toda la ciudad.

We're also running a crowdfunding campaign right...

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Hi Neighbors!

The WasteShed is a non-profit materials reuse store and art center; we collect reusable art and school materials and make them available to the artists, teachers, and the public for cheap. We have a lot of really great stuff and we're the only place like this in Chicago; yet another reason to be proud of Humboldt Park! Hablamos español (bastante bien) y queremos estar un buen recurso para toda la ciudad.

We're also running a crowdfunding campaign right now to kickstart our workshop and educational programming, so we can support local schools and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to get creative. We're a very shoestring enterprise, and even small donations are very much appreciated! Here's the link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/support-the-wasteshed-a-creative-reuse-art-center

We are open to the public 11-6, Wednesday-Saturday. Hope you can stop by!

  • I drive past your place every day on my way to work, and have frequently wondered what the deal was. Thanks for posting/explaining! Not to be rude, but your storefront is not exactly inviting looking.. I actually couldn't even tell if it was open to the public or not, or...

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    I drive past your place every day on my way to work, and have frequently wondered what the deal was. Thanks for posting/explaining! Not to be rude, but your storefront is not exactly inviting looking.. I actually couldn't even tell if it was open to the public or not, or if it even was a storefront.. perhaps investing in some "come on in!" signage or something like that, may help your cause? Although, I drive past early in the morning before you're open, so perhaps it looks a little different during the day.

    Regardless, sounds like a very cool endeavor and I wish you guys luck!

Dec 11

Updated 2 days ago

Maldonado trying to sneak through another deal to strong hold Humboldt Park and take tax dollars.

Four-story building low income housing is getting green-lit in Humboldt Park without community input despite being a proposal that would permanently "change the dynamic of the neighborhood."

Read the full article for more information. http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20141211/humboldt-park/humboldt-park-veterans-housing-proposal-draws-mayoral-backing-mudslinging?utm_source=Logan+Square+%26+Humboldt+Park&utm_campaign=5492efe360-Mailchimp-CHI&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_dfef6fa313-5492efe360-172450769

ONLY chance for your voice to be heard Dec. 17 at the Humboldt Park field house, 1400 N. Sacramento Blvd. at 5:30 p.m.

  • gpblight 15 Yr East Garfield Resident

    I say, take it to MICHIGAN AVE...or one of the UPSCALE neighborhoods who need to take their fair share of lower income people.

    Already San Francisco is having too many problems because the rich are displacing everyone.

    Chicago is headed the same direction. The only way to STOP insanity is to file civil rights lawsuits.

  • If you are ready for change, for commitment, and accountability in the 26th Ward please like Adam Corona's Facebook page. Your voice, your choice, your vote.On February 24, 2015 make your vote count!

    https://www.facebook.com/AdamCoronafor26?pnref=story

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Sep 16

Updated 2 days ago

The Riot Fest!?!?

My mom is 70 years old and it sucks she can't enjoy the park she pays so much property taxes for!!! I guess it's the hell with Latinos!!! And I like to know why all Puerto Rican festivals don't have a liquor license but the Riot fest did?!?! Is it cause it's mostly whites attending?!? Just wondering?!?!?

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Housecat went missing last night

Hey all! Were on the 1800 block of N Francisco Ave and our domestic short-hair-loveable-mutt of a cat named Captain Falcon went missing late last night.

He's the guy on the left in the attached photo. Please let me know if you see him. He extremely friendly (and fat) and has never been outside before!

  • Go out and call him when the area is quieter. If it's dark, take a flashlight; take the catnip or the treat container. When you call him, listen for his response. Put your scented socks by your gates. Walk in all directions if your house, also putting your scent out there for him.

  • Fellow 1800 N Francisco block here. We'll keep an eye out for him!

4 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Who is going to attend the meeting tonight, regarding the proposed veteran's building?

The more people involved, hopefully the more thoroughly all opinions can be taken into account. This means everyone, all ethnicities, all opinions.

  • How does that big of a mistake happen? To overstate costs by 65%? It seems to be a little bit more than a rounding error.

  • City Dude Living in Humboldt Park

    Today is the PUBLIC HEARING. Don't forget to go.
    The neighbors around the hospital dropped off a BRIEF at Alderman Maldonado's office yesterday before the Community meeting. You can read it here: www.humboldtparkhousing.com

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5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Maldonado: Opposition to Veteran Housing 'Sounding Like Racist' Comments

http://dnain.fo/1IXS2xQ

Maldonado is beginning to sound a little desperate, making these baseless accusations publicly. I think someone knows he might be in trouble come February. It took citizens coming together to root out these back door deals which were right in front of us the whole time.

HUMBOLDT PARK — A proposal to build affordable housing for veterans in Humboldt Park continues to stir opinion, with the local alderman recently calling some comments by opponents on socal media racist.

  • Same tricks, different development.

    Bait and switch, steal and twitch.

    Politicians LOVE no-bid contracts so that they can hand fat-cat deals to their buddies. Buddies then return the favor. Maldonado needs this project to go through so he can fund his re-election and dirt-throwing campaign to buy false advertisement to try to make up for his lousy management of the Ward.

  • Big Al WP Big Al, Your Neighborhood Pal

    East Humboldt Neighbor, that figures it comes from Mayor Rahm-A-Dama-Ding-Dong's office. They change the rules and the numbers so many times even Einstein couldn't keep track. Humboldtwriter, only the names change, but it's the same game. Politics is the art of BS.

Jul 28

Updated 3 days ago

Collecting dog/cat donations for shelter: food, toys, sheets, towels...

You guys have been so awesome with these donations. Last time I dropped them off, the woman who runs the shelter had tears in her eyes and said please tell those Everyblock folks "thank you" and how much this means to us and the animals.

The animal shelter is in need again so I'm making another round picking up donations if you're able to donate/have old linens laying around.

This open-access shelter has very little funds and takes in many...

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You guys have been so awesome with these donations. Last time I dropped them off, the woman who runs the shelter had tears in her eyes and said please tell those Everyblock folks "thank you" and how much this means to us and the animals.

The animal shelter is in need again so I'm making another round picking up donations if you're able to donate/have old linens laying around.

This open-access shelter has very little funds and takes in many animals. They also provide a pet pantry for people who can't afford dog/cat food for their pets. It's so sad when you see people drop off their loved pets because they no longer can afford them. This pet pantry, which is running very, very low, helps keeps animals in their loving homes (and out of these open-access shelters).

Here's a list of items they need most:
- dog and cat food (any kind)
- treats to help fatten up the underweight dogs (actual dog treats or Aldi hot dogs are good, cheaper option)
- calming toys (such as stuffed animals or kongs and peanut butter - please no squeeky/stimulating toys)
- used (clean) towels, sheets and blankets for dogs/cats to lay on in the cages they're in basically 24/7. It helps lower their stress and gives them comfort.
- medications your pet didn't finish. These animals often come in sick from being on the street -- any antibiotics, pain pills or supplements help. There is a vet there that prescribes them and will use donated meds appropriately.
- Rescue Remedy or other calming supplements/sprays etc. (shelter life can be stressful)
- dog leashes, collars

I can pick up donations from your house Friday (8/1)12-1:30pm or 5-7pm. Or you are welcome to drop off at my place near North ave and California today 7/28 after 5pm or Wednesday after 7pm. Please message me for details.

Thank you SO MUCH for your generosity. The dogs and cats thank you.

  • Cram writer

    Meg - not sure why, but our DMs aren't going through. Can you email me at cram@plateonline.com, so we can coordinate meeting? Thanks!

  • meg

    Thanks Cram - emailed you. If anyone wants to contact me, looks like DMs aren't working. Just email me at meaghan.olson@gmail.com. Thanks!

5 days ago

Updated 4 days ago

A Must Read regarding the newest Subsidized Housing Project in H.P.

I have seen many posts on this topic in the last few weeks, but this page gives the most comprehensive info about the 6 -story building being proposed on the land owned by Norwegian American Hospital. Please read it if you want. Or not.

http://www.humboldtparkhousing.com/humboldt-politics/

  • First of all, I didn't write the article, I just posted it. It also contains a link to an article in Chicago Magazine. If you don"t agree with it, then take it up with them.

    Next, don't assume anything for me. I don't care what gets built as long as...

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    First of all, I didn't write the article, I just posted it. It also contains a link to an article in Chicago Magazine. If you don"t agree with it, then take it up with them.

    Next, don't assume anything for me. I don't care what gets built as long as it is according to code(ie no zoning changes) and my tax dollars don't have to pay for it.

    I think most people have seen the race-baiting show in the media recently and realize that when somebody uses the term "racist" it is because they have already lost the intellectual argument.

    But if anybody that is hiding behind a pseudonym wants to introduce themselves to me face to face, we can discuss our differences at that time.

  • REALMCCOY West Town/Humboldt Pk Homeowner

    fighting the good fight: Your posts are painful to read. Just stop already.

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The Twelve Sites of Social Security

Back by popular demand is our holiday favorite, “The Twelve Sites of Social Security.” It’s inspired by the popular traditional holiday song, “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” a holiday favorite since 1780. Play it again, Santa! 

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Jan 30

Updated 5 days ago

1 Man Shot In Car At Augusta Blvd . & Hamlin In Chicago

One man was shot while inside a car bearing North Carolina plates. At approximately 7:30 AM, reports were relayed by 911 Operators that shots had been fired near the intersection of Augusta Blvd & Hamlin and that one individual had been shot. I drove past the scene and took two photos of crime scene. A white vehicle was up on the sidewalk at the Southwest corner of Augusta & Hamlin. No further details are available other than shots came from a second vehicle.

5 days ago

Revientan contra la violencia en Chicago

...28 años, quien fue baleado el viernes a las 7 pm en la cuadra 1300 N. Springfield Ave., en el vecindario de Humboldt Park; dos horas después Tyrece L. Stornes, de 27...

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La Policía de Chicago indicó que el jovencito caminaba a las 12:39 pm del sábado con su hermano gemelo, Demacio, en la cuadra 100 W. 63rd St., cuando fueron abordados por un grupo de cuatro adolescentes para robarles.

6 days ago

3 dead, 30 wounded in weekend shootings

About 7 p.m. Friday, a 28-year-old man was shot while he sat in a vehicle on the 1300 block of North Springfield Avenue in the North Lawndale neighborhood, police said.

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Another fatal shooting happened shortly before 5 p.m. Friday on the 10400 block of South State Street in the Roseland neighborhood, Sweeney said.

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3 Killed, 29 Wounded In Weekend Shootings

About 7 p.m., 28-year-old Rolando Leon was inside a vehicle in the 1300 block of North Springfield when at least one person walked up and fired shots, authorities said.

He was shot in the head and pronounced dead at the scene at 7:23 p.m., authorities said. Leon lived in the 1200 block of North Springfield.

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Demario Bailey, of the 7500 block of South Wabash, was walking with his twin brother in the 0-100 block of West 63rd Street about 12:40 p.m. Saturday when four people walked up and demanded his jacket, according to the boy’s family, Chicago Police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office.

Johnson, of the 6100 block of South Martin Luther King Drive was charged as an adult with murder, robbery and attempted robbery, police said. Johnson, who was also charged with another robbery that occurred shortly before Demario was killed, is due to appear in court Monday.

Tyrece L. Stornes, 27, was outside his home in the 10400 block of South State about 5 p.m. when someone fired shots at him from a passing vehicle, authorities said.

The man, 33, was standing outside about 11:15 p.m. in the 1600 block of West 81st Street when someone pulled up in a dark-colored SUV, got out of the vehicle and an argument ensued, police said.

Dec 12

Updated 6 days ago

LOST Cat

Please help us locate our cat Beam. He has been missing since Sunday am. He is an altered male Bengal with a chip. Please check your garages as he has gotten stuck in one before. Contact me immediately if you have seen him. we miss him very much.
lyndsay1133@yahoo.com
773-818-4680

  • Jen

    Check the stray tours at animal control (2741 s western) every day. They keep the animals on hold for 3 days and if no one comes for them there's a good chance of them being put down bc the shelter is pretty full

  • LT

    I have registered my lost cat with animal control and have been checking their "pet harbor" everyday since he went missing. Thank you for responding.

Dec 13

Updated Dec 14

Two dead, 11 wounded in citywide shootings since Friday evening

The 28-year-old man was inside a vehicle in the 1300 block of North Springfield, when at least one person walked up and fired shots, police said.

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The 26-year-old was outside in the 10400 block of South State about 5 p.m. when someone fired shots at him from a passing vehicle, police said.

A man, 20, and a 17-year-old boy were shot in the 500 block of North Springfield at 1:25 a.m., police said.

Ten minutes earlier, two men were shot in the 3000 block of West Flournoy in the East Garfield Park neighborhood, police said. One man, 24, was shot in the shoulder, while the other man, 29, suffered a graze wound to his neck. Both men have since been treated and released from Loretto Hospital.

About 12:24 a.m., a 24-year-old man was standing in the 1800 block of South Kildare when a red sedan pulled up and he heard shots, police said. He was taken to Stroger Hospital with a gunshot wound to his upper back. His condition had stabilized.

About 10:30 p.m. Friday, two men were outside in the 1700 block of West 47th Street when a red SUV pulled up and a male inside opened fire, police said.

Twenty minutes earlier, a 19-year-old man was walking in the 900 block of South Keeler when two males, one of which was armed with a handgun, exited a white SUV nearby and announced a robbery, police said.

About 10 minutes earlier in the Pilsen neighborhood, a man, whose exact age was not available, was shot in the left arm about 10 p.m. in the 1800 block of South Blue Island, police said. He took himself to Stroger Hospital, but his condition was not immediately known.

  • gpblight 15 Yr East Garfield Resident

    Chicago police should use the military satelite to keep watchful eyes on problem neighborhoods. The way policing is done now it remails a reactive vs proactive never ending, repetitious, activity.

    If we can make things better in so called 3rd world countrie...why don't we bring those reasources home and fix our own problems???

    Violence in inner city areas is escallating DESPITE the official count wh ich shows numbers decreasing.

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