A number of publications listed Nadia Gordon, a Ukrainian native, among 10 top interior designers in Chicago
Ezlogz is extremely user-friendly, offering multi-language support in several languages specifically to help immigrant drivers to adapt to the American roads.
Rahm Emanuel signed Proclamation to announce November 24, 2018 as Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Holodomor in the city of Chicago
The Holy Father has appointed as bishop of the eparchy of Saint Nicholas of Chicago of the Ukrainians His Excellency Msgr. Venedykt (Valery) Aleksiychuk.
Chicago teenagers got a nice gift for the holidays: free admission into the Art Institute next year.
Far North Side aldermen are reminding home and business owners to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice — or pay the $500 price.
Chicago boxer Ed Brown died a day after he was shot in the head.
The classic checkout question — paper or plastic — will soon pose a new dilemma for cost-conscious Chicago shoppers, who face a new tax on either choice.
Illinois’ first toy store aimed at children with developmental challenges recently opened for business in Chicago.
Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White on Tuesday announced he’s starting a program to replace older license plates that he said won’t cost the budget-strapped state additional money.
Advocate had ordered about 1,500 of the Cubs onesies for babies who arrived at its hospitals through the World Series.
Illinois ranks as the top pumpkin producer in the country, which isn’t much of a consolation given the state’s poor performance in almost every economic category.
This Halloween will be warm and rain-free, but those with fancy costumes will have to fight against a strong breeze.
The Springfield City Council has approved an ordinance limiting payments in coins to $20 and no more than $5 in pennies.
If you see a penny, pick it up, then all day, you'll have good luck - and possibly $1,000!
University of Illinois officials say they've seen more than 60 cases of hand,foot and mouth disease among students since the beginning of the semester.
The pole outside Trump Tower that once held the honorary Trump Plaza sign is now bare.
Regulators in the state of Illinois have suspended a Chicago doctor who allegedly gave patients vaccinations containing cat saliva and vodka.
The Chicago Area Runners Association is responding to recent attacks on female joggers in the city.
At least six people have been killed in shootings over the Labor Day weekend in Chicago and 30 others have been wounded.