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Updated 42 hours ago

Homeless drunks on corner 24/7

On 21st and leavitt, drunks loitering mixed with gangbangers everyday every kind of weather,no help from no one they urinate and defecate in public while kids are going to school and women walking to go shopping on cermak can some one help it gets worse in the summer we had about 5 shot on corner last summer.every weekend broken beer bottles out there, Garbage all over

  • If you call 911 they will send a patrol car to check it out.

  • As others have said, call 911 in mass (and get others to do the same) always giving details of the people involved, as well as getting the name of whomever you are speaking with on the call. All that said, the sad reality is that it's a slow, painful process....

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    As others have said, call 911 in mass (and get others to do the same) always giving details of the people involved, as well as getting the name of whomever you are speaking with on the call. All that said, the sad reality is that it's a slow, painful process. There are a few trouble areas in my neighborhood and neighbors consistently call 911 and complain to the alderman with little avail. Things have definitely gotten better, but not at the pace you would think/hope. There's sometimes little accountability and a general sense of apathy towards loiterers who can have a major effect on an area.

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Hit opening day out of the park with these specials for White Sox and Cubs fans alike

238 W. 33rd St., 312-225-7333

234 W. 31st St., 312-842-9200

3259 S. Princeton Ave., 312-842-0769

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960 W. 31st St., 773-890-0588

3356 S. Halsted St., 773-927-6073

2683 N. Halsted St., 773-348-9800

3216 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-348-3250

2000 W. Roscoe St., 773-697-7965

3258 N. Sheffield Ave., 773-281-4989

1944 W. Division St., 773-227-4644

    Hit opening day out of the park with these specials for White Sox and Cubs fans alike
    White Sox and Cubs fans alike can agree: There's nothing like the first home game of baseball season. The Sox's Guaranteed Rate Stadium debut will happen April 5 at 3:10 p.m. when they will face off against the Detroit Tigers.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Mar 27

gun shots?

anyone hear (2) guns shots about 5am this morning around 35th and Union?

Mar 27

Mar 26

Baseball Season! Cubs & Sox Like a Local

Cork & Kerry - 3259 S Princeton Ave

Turtle’s Bar & Grill - 3258 S Wells St

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875 N. Michigan

Murphy’s Bleachers - 3655 N Sheffield Ave

Sports Corner Bar & Grill - 956 W Addison St

Casey Moran’s - 3660 N Clark St

Sluggers - 3540 N Clark St

Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar - 960 W 31st St

    Baseball Season! Cubs & Sox Like a Local
    The rivalry between the Cubs and the White Sox is legendary, as are the traditions that give each team its unique persona. For Chicago baseball newbies, here's a guide to little-known traditions, fascinating facts, and pre- and post-game places to sleep and party (not necessarily in that order).
    https://www.choosechicago.com

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Mar 22

  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    REPAIR & REPLACE DRYWALL FOR LIVING ROOM, 3 BEDROOMS, KITCHEN TILES WHERE NECESSARY. REPLACE 10 SHEETS OF DRYWALL FOR BASEMENT EXTERIOR WALL.ALL WORK SAME AS EXISTING. NO STRUCTURAL WORK. ALL WORK SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS.

    3123 S. Wells St. Issued March 20, 2018 Comment

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Mar 09

Parishes to host St. Joseph’s Tables

Santa Lucia/Santa Maria Incoronata Parish, 3022 S. Wells St., on Sunday, March 18, will host a St. Joseph’s Table after the 10 a.m. Mass, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Call (312) 842-6115 or log on to santaluciachicago.org.

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Notre Dame de Chicago, 1336 W. Flournoy St., will offer a breakfast/brunch St. Joseph’s Table Sunday, March 18, in the parish hall after the 8:30 and 10 a.m. and noon Masses. Call (312) 243-7400 or log on to nddc.archchicago.org.

St. Mary of Perpetual Help Church, 1039 W. 32nd St., will host its St. Joseph’s Table Sunday, March 18, following the 10:30 a.m. Mass in the school building. All proceeds will support the poor in the local community. Call (773) 927-6646 or log on to www.stmaryofperpetualhelp.com.

The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, 1224 W. Lexington St., will host its St. Joseph’s Table on Sunday, March 18. Reservations are required. First seating is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Second seating is from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Call (312) 421-3757.

    Gazette Chicago " Parishes to host St. Joseph's Tables
    http://www.gazettechicago.com

Mar 08

Where to cheer on your team in Chicago during March Madness

Cork & Kerry at the Park (3259 S. Princeton Ave. 312-842-0769)

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Houndstooth Saloon (3369 N. Clark St. 773-244-1166)

Waterhouse (3407 N. Paulina St. 773-871-1200)

Gaslight (2450 N. Clark St. 773-929-7759)

Full Shilling (3724 N. Clark St. 773-248-3330)

Sully’s House (1501 N. Dayton St. 773-244-1234)

Glascott’s Saloon (2158 N. Halsted St. 773-281-1205)

The Country Club (3462 N. Clark St. 773-975-2010)

Theory (9 W. Hubbard St. 312-644-0004)

Graystone Tavern (3441 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-666-5450)

Joe’s Bar (940 W. Weed St. 312-337-3486)

Schoolyard Tavern & Grill (3258 N. Southport Ave. 773-528-8226)

Flagship (1622 W. Belmont Ave. 773-281-3805)

Ironside Bar & Galley (546 N. Wells St. 312-973-7792)

Kirkwood Bar (2934 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-770-0700)

Sluggers (3540 N. Clark St. 773-248-0055)

Clover Sports & Leisure (722 W. Grand Ave. 312-344-1934)

Crossroads Public House (2630 N. Clark St. 773-248-3900)

Four Shadows (2758 N. Ashland Ave. 773-248-9160)

Redmond’s Ale House (3358 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-404-2151)

Tavern on Little Fort (4128 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-360-1869)

Benchmark (1510 N. Wells St. 312-649-9640)

Lottie’s Pub (1925 W. Cortland St. 773-489-0738)

The Pony (1638 W. Belmont Ave. 773-828-5055)

Dark Horse Tap & Grille (3443 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-248-4400)

The Anthem (1725 W. Division St. 773-697-4804)

Corcoran’s Grill & Pub (1615 N. Wells St. 312-440-0885)

Hidden Shamrock (2723 N. Halsted St. 773-883-0304)

Higgins’ Tavern (3259 N. Racine Ave. 773-281-7637)

Hopsmith (15 W. Division St. 312-600-9816)

Lion Head Pub (2251 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-348-5100)

Mad River (2909 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-935-7500)

Municipal (216 W. Ohio St. 312-951-2125)

Sedgwick’s Bar & Grill (1935 N. Sedgwick St. 312-337-7900)

The Stretch (3485 N. Clark St. 773-755-3980)

Wild Goose (4265 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-281-7112)

Gamekeepers (345 W. Armitage Ave. 773-549-0400)

Commonwealth Tavern (2000 W. Roscoe St. 773-697-7965)

D4 (345 E. Ohio St. 312-624-8385)

Declan’s Irish Pub (1240 N. Wells St. 312-642-5522)

High Noon Saloon (1560 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-227-9339)

Racine Plumbing (2642 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-871-1600)

The Atlantic (5062 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-506-7090)

The Irish Oak (3511 N. Clark St. 773-935-6669)

The Kerryman (661 N. Clark St. 312-335-8121)

McGee’s Tavern & Grille (950 W. Webster Ave. 773-549-8200)

The Butcher’s Tap (3553 N. Southport Ave. 773-325-0123)

Trophy Room (170 W. Ontario St. 312-600-6920)

Woodie’s Flat (1535 N. Wells St. 312-643-0093)

Cleos (1935 W. Chicago Ave. 312-243-5600)

Fireplace Inn (1448 N. Wells St. 312-664-5264)

Celtic Crown (2356 W. Cullom Ave. 773-588-1110)

Diag Bar and Grill (2856 N. Southport Ave. 773-404-8400)

Duffy’s (420 W. Diversey Pkwy. 773-549-9090)

Matilda (3101 N. Sheffield Ave. 773-883-4400)

Rockit Bar & Grill (22 W. Hubbard St. 312-645-6000)

WestEnd (1326 W. Madison St. 312-981-7100)

Lincoln Station (2432 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-472-8100)

Derby (1224 W. Webster Ave. 773-248-0900)

Deuce’s & the Diamond Club (3505 N. Clark St. 773-644-5554)

Fatpour (2005 W. Division St. 773-698-8940)

Prost (2566 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-880-9900)

Ranalli’s (1925 N. Lincoln Ave. 312-642-4700)

Stout Barrel House & Galley (642 N. Clark St. 312-475-1390)

Will’s Northwoods Inn (3030 N. Racine Ave. 773-528-4400)

Merkle’s Bar & Grill (3516 N. Clark St. 773-244-1025)

Tobacco Road Tap Room (2249 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-661-6416)

Hawkeye’s Bar & Grill (1458 W. Taylor St. 312-226-3951)

Links Taproom (1559 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-360-7692)

Mac’s Wood Grilled (1801 W. Division St. 773-782-4400)

The Ogden (1659 W. Ogden Ave. 312-226-1888)

Tuman’s Tap & Grill (2159 W. Chicago Ave. 773-782-1400)

WhirlyBall (1825 W. Webster Ave. 773-486-7777)

    Where to cheer on your team in Chicago during March Madness
    March Madness is here, Chicago. If you're looking for a place to cheer on your alma mater or catch a game with like-minded fans if your team didn't make the cut, we have you covered. Here's where to eat, drink and be surrounded by fellow fans.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Mar 08

  • Permit issued for easy permit process

    FLOOR JOISTS FOR UNIT 1 ONLY: REPLACE EXISTING (3) DAMAGED FLOOR JOISTS ON FIRST FLOOR IN LIVING ROOM- ALL WORK SAME AS EXISTING; SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS

    3220 S. Canal St. Issued March 6, 2018 Comment

Mar 08

Mar 02

Lost brindled lab/mastiff/terrier miz

Our dog Janie, a lab/mastiff/terrier mix was lost on Tuesday, 2/27. She was last seen at tbe Orange Line stop at Archer and Halsted around 9pm on 2/27. She is female, brindled (brown and black stripes) and wearing a red collar. Reward if found.

Mar 01

  • Permit issued for new construction

    NEW 14 UNIT TOWNHOME WITH 1 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE. THIS PERMIT COVERS THE FOLLOWING ADDRESSES. 3230, 3232, 3234, 3236, 3238, 3240 AND 3242 S. SHIELDS AVE AND 3231, 3233, 3235, 3237, 3239, 3241 AND 3243 S. STEWART AVE.

    3230 S. Shields Ave. Issued February 27, 2018 Comment

Feb 26

The South Side Deserves a Legal Dog Park Too!

Join the McKinley Dog Park Committee for the first meeting of the year! Here we will discuss all of the progress we made in 2017. We currently have a layout from the Chicago Park District to show everyone what the park will look like.

Topics to be discussed:
-Fundraising
-Layout and budget
-Welcoming interested persons to join committee
-Future Events--especially spring and summer

It's a very exciting time to join us as we are making great headway to becoming the...

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Join the McKinley Dog Park Committee for the first meeting of the year! Here we will discuss all of the progress we made in 2017. We currently have a layout from the Chicago Park District to show everyone what the park will look like.

Topics to be discussed:
-Fundraising
-Layout and budget
-Welcoming interested persons to join committee
-Future Events--especially spring and summer

It's a very exciting time to join us as we are making great headway to becoming the first legal dog park on Chicago's south side. If you're not quite familiar with dog parks, this is the meeting for you!

Light refreshments will be served.

Location: McKinley Park Field House, Blue Room
Time/Date: 7 pm, Monday March 5th, 2018

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Feb 22

Michael Reese Site

Does anyone have an update on the Michael Reese site meeting that happened last night, did anyone go?

Feb 19

Updated Feb 21

Suggestions for Block of Land For Sale

Hi Neighbors. We noticed that there is a for sale sign at a parking lot on the 2100 Block of South Indiana (adjacent to The Lex and across from the Wintrust Arena). Our community needs a full grocery store and a pharmacy. Any suggestions regarding how we can encourage these types of businesses into our developing neighborhood?

  • Craig Stanley Board President Locomobile Lofts

    @Douglas_Peep,
    Yes, I was being a little cheeky about Ickes happening, but I have been attending meetings for years now and still not a shovel in the ground yet. Conversely, the new South Loop Elementary was approved long after the Ickes plans and that is going up at a furious...

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    @Douglas_Peep,
    Yes, I was being a little cheeky about Ickes happening, but I have been attending meetings for years now and still not a shovel in the ground yet. Conversely, the new South Loop Elementary was approved long after the Ickes plans and that is going up at a furious pace. While I believe something will go up at Ickes, I think people and the politicians are ambivalent about it. It would not surprise me at all to see a reduction in the final number of public and affordable units.
    As for a casino, it baffles me that the city just watches people cross the border 12 miles from our neighborhood and contribute to the State of Indiana. I have little doubt campaign contributions flow from those connected to our city officials to kill such an idea. Given the history of Ickes, I doubt a casino would ever go in on that site.

  • Ickes still planned - go through some design iterations and approvals. Being multi jurisdictional entities and involving federal $$ takes time https://chicago.curbed.com/2017/2/6/14522750/chicago-ickes-homes-redevelopment-plan-public-housing

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