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Strong block clubs, community organizations and churches are as important to this South Side Chicago neighborhood as beautiful homes, the abundance of retail and eateries, parks and good schools. Read more about Chicago's Chatham community.
Strong block clubs, community organizations and churches are as important to this South Side Chicago neighborhood as beautiful homes, the abundance of retail and eateries, parks and good schools. Read more about Chicago's Chatham community. « Show less

Top Chatham Articles

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  • Prosecutors: Teen fondled fellow CTA bus rider

    Prosecutors: Teen fondled fellow CTA bus rider
    A Chicago man fondled a fellow passenger on a CTA bus in the Chatham neighborhood earlier this month, prosecutors said. Marshan K. Milsap, 18, placed his hand down the pants of a female passenger while riding a CTA bus on Jan. 16 in the 7900 block of...
  • Complete NCAA Division I football schedule and TV info for this weekend

     
    Here's a complete list of this weekend's NCAA Division I football games and TV information courtesy of the National Football Foundation. American Athletic Date Time Game Network (Talent) Sat., Oct. 26 12 p.m. Houston at Rutgers ESPNews (Dave Lamont, Ray...
  • Man killed in East Chatham shootout

    Man killed in East Chatham shootout
    A 23-year-old man was killed in a shootout this afternoon in the East Chatham neighborhood on Chicago's South Side. The victim, whose identity was not being released pending family notification, was shot in the back during an exchange of gunfire with at...
  • Chicago at center of gun debate

    Chicago at center of gun debate
    The shooting death of Hadiya Pendleton has propelled Chicago to a central position in the national gun debate and prompted President Barack Obama to turn to his hometown for help in selling his anti-violence initiatives to the public. With the spotlight...
  • 2012 Chicago Tribune All-State football | Special mention

    Quarterbacks Aaron Bailey, Bolingbrook, Sr. Quinn Baker, Cary-Grove, Sr. Jack Beneventi, Benet, So. Don Butkus, Mount Carmel, Sr. Andrew Clifford, Lake Forest, Sr. T.J. Edwards, Lakes, Jr. A.J. Fish, Grayslake North, Sr. Austin Green,...
  • Two killed in North Austin among five shot in city

    Two killed in North Austin among five shot in city
    Two people were killed overnight in shootings less than a mile apart in the West Side's North Austin neighborhood, according to police. About 9:40 p.m., two people on foot opened fire on a group of people in the 4800 block of West Potomac Avenue,...
  • Meet the commenters: 'David P. Graf'

     
    Part of a series; for a directory of commenters, click here. Commenter ID: David P. Graf Real name: The same as my name as I do not believe in using a pseudonym. However, I understand why some need to do......
  • Many of week's homicide victims in their 20s

    Nine of the 14 homicide victims killed in Chicago in the last week were in their 20s, according to a RedEye analysis of preliminary police and autopsy information. The victims were killed by gunshot wounds in Austin, Chatham, Englewood, Humboldt Park,...
  • 3 charged in shooting of 4-year-old girl

    3 charged in shooting of 4-year-old girl
    Three teenagers have been charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a 4-year-old girl as she rode her scooter near her grandmother's home early this week, authorities said. Laquan Waters, 18, Tyrese Pearson, 17, and Roosevelt Stevens, 15, have...
  • West Pullman sees double homicide

    West Pullman on Tuesday saw a double homicide, the first double homicide in Chicago since June, according to a RedEye analysis of preliminary police data. Two men, ages 35 and 38, were shot to death in the 100 block of East 120th Street, police said....
  • Tree falls on people leaving South Side funeral

    Tree falls on people leaving South Side funeral
    A large tree fell on a group of people exiting a South Side church where they had been attending funeral services this afternoon, authorities said. Six people were taken to the hospital, according to the Chicago Fire Department. The incident...
  • Infant injured in South Side fire

    Infant injured in South Side fire
    An infant was injured in a cooking fire early this morning in the East Chatham neighborhood, according to the Chicago Fire Department. The 1-month-old was taken in fair-to-serious condition to Jackson Park Hospital from the fire in the 7900 block of...