Will Burns won 55.4% of the fourth ward vote and Leslie Hairston won 52.5% of the fifth ward vote.
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Aldermen Hairston, Burns up for re-election.
Wilson is tied for second place behind current mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The candidates laid out their platforms at local community meetings as the competition heats up in preparation for the Feb. 24th election.
Local businesses like Zberry face competition from new shops brought in by the University.
The Study Chicago Quarter shouldn’t be the only way for the University to encourage students to explore Chicago.
Hyde Park bike shop gears up fundraising in effort to avoid closure.
Election issues include Obama library and rising housing costs.
The Citizens Action Committee for Fair University of Chicago Policing formed following a public forum two weeks ago.
He discusses history of Hyde Park, University’s urban renewal.
“I gave her $40 and said, ‘good luck in Florida’ and went home.”
Engaging with this city can be as simple as taking a moment to stop and see it.
Students need to be challenged by experiences in surrounding city.
“…I think that the coexistence of people in different life stages produces a rich experience that can’t be easily replicated,” a graduate student said.
Community members volunteer to help cats find homes.
After legal issues delayed its opening by eight months, Japanese restaurant Yusho is slated to open this summer. The Hyde… Read more »
Herman Cohn remembers Kristallnacht, the Holocaust, and Normandy.
A home once owned by Adler Planetarium founder Max Adler recently sold for $3.95 million.
As part of its recent renovation, the Walgreens at East 55th Street and Lake Park Avenue now sells a limited… Read more »
Whether it’s Saturday night or you’re just sick of the dining halls—and believe me, you will be—you’ll be searching for a meal outside of campus. Here’s a list that’ll get you started.
University’s insufficient publicity of Red Line closure at odds with mission of facilitating city engagement.
UCPD’s planned launch of a safety app is undermined by University’s selective security alert policy.
The University’s policy on reporting violent crimes is too selective to sufficiently inform those it aims to protect.
Hyde Park veteran The Nile Restaurant will be heading westward and Bergstein’s NY Deli will open their second location on East 55th Street and South Woodlawn Avenue.
University asserts development would bring more jobs and tax revenues to Hyde Park.
Community members mostly blamed Mayor Rahm Emanuel for the imminent closing of Canter Middle School and 53 other CPS schools, a decision they saw as rash and ill-informed.
Canter Middle School is on the CPS chopping block, leaving community members deeply concerned.
The number of Hyde Park residents burdened by their rent has been climbing since 2000.
Construction will begin next January and continue until the fall 2015.
Five takes on a diner’s refuge.
The café has opened and closed two locations since its founding in 2005.
The building’s supposed historical value has delayed its demolition.
Commonly-held perceptions of crime in Hyde Park do not match the actual numbers.
The former president’s one-time abode will be converted into a parking lot.
The Seminary Co-op’s relocation is a chance to build new community spaces.
Hyde Park is prime candy territory for trick-or-treaters—and real estate.
Entire University community must deepen student involvement in events like Oktoberfest.
When an 8 million volume library system just won’t cut it.
The dearth of trash cans in Hyde Park is an outrage and lends itself to some futuristic solutions.
Undergraduate and graduate students work with local students to incorporate philosophy into their curriculum.
Hyde Park has not seen the rise in murders that has hit the rest of the city.
Community preservationists are calling for the creation of a historical district on the 5700 block of South Woodlawn Avenue.
Myriad opportunities exist for U of C students to get more involved in the neighborhood.
William Godwin (J.D. ’10) has entered his bid for a hotly contested position in Chicago’s Democratic machine.
While everyone, from the White House to Robert Zimmer, says that talks are premature, the speculation cycle has been churning.
Advocacy groups are threatening litigation, arguing that the new district lines under-represent their constituencies.
Anne Marie Miles campaigned unsuccessfully last year for Leslie Hairston’s alderman seat.
Lamont Herron found an outlet for his passion when poverty and crime were all around him.
Hyde Park Community Players’ ‘Bittersweet Love’ is well-intentioned but could use a little work.
The peddler of high-end couture will set up shop in the one-time Borders bookstore.