2 days ago

Jul 10

Indigent dead to be buried in Chicago cemetery

11104-11159 California Ave.

    Indigent dead to be buried in Chicago cemetery
    CHICAGO - A ceremony to bury the indigent dead, the dead who were never identified and others will be held at a Catholic cemetery in Chicago. The Archdiocese of Chicago says the ceremony will be held at Mt. Olivet Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon and will include a procession in which representatives from mortuaries will accompany the caskets to the gravesite.
    http://wgntv.com

Jul 04

  • Permit issued for electric wiring

    * REPLACE 100AMP SINGLE-PHASE MAIN PANEL * INSTALL (10) 4" REMODEL CAN-LIGHTS WITH (2) 3-WAY SWITCHES * INSTALL (6) NEW OUTLETS FOR KITCHEN

    11240 S. Rockwell St. Issued July 2, 2018 Comment

Jun 20

Jun 16

Jun 12

We need each others Help..

We need to stick together in our communities and help each other and I'll try and look out for each other's kids Uncle mothers fathers we need to look out for family African-Americans mexican-americans Puerto Rican Americans and all minoritys in Black Belt neighborhoods across The City.

Jun 07

Jun 05

Driver Driver Fatally Struck Amy Machairas, 58, in Morgan Park, Claimed Sun Was in Eyes

...Hayes said that Machairas was making her daily walking commute from her home on the 11300 block of South Washtenaw to the 111th Street station on Metra’s Rock Island Line on the morning of...

This article has 1 other Chicago location (Show)

...about 6:39 a.m., the 24-year-old female motorist struck Machairas in the 1900 block of West Pryor, the street north of the station, according to police...

    Driver Driver Fatally Struck Amy Machairas, 58, in Morgan Park, Claimed Sun Was in Eyes
    A driver fatally struck Amy Machairas, 58, last Thursday morning, May 31, in Morgan Park, according to authorities. Machairas' friend Hannah Hayes said that Machairas was making her daily walking commute from her home on the 11300 block of South Washtenaw to the 111th Street station on Metra's Rock Island Line on the morning of the crash, the Beverly Review reported.
    https://chi.streetsblog.org

May 26

May 25

May 22

Updated May 24

Local Dog found and taken to PAWS Tinley Park

Owner will never know to look here for her.

  • Maybe Beverly Hills vet could identify her, she's awesome.

  • JoannaJ For what its worth

    flyers taken to all vets within a few miles and posted nearby. need more to be put further out since owner willnever think to go to Tinley Park for her.

About

EveryBlock collects 22 types of news in Chicago — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 2700-2729 W. 112th St.