A refinished tennis court has added pickleball court outlines at Rogers Beach Park while a workout facility was installed at Loyola Beach P
Chicago Sun-Times: After pushback from Little Village, Lawndale, Park District OKs changes to permit process for big events
Community members united to demand that big music festivals leave Douglass Park, which links Little Village and Lawndale.
Erik Gleaves of the Chicago Park District talks about the popularity of pickleball with CBS 2’s Jim Williams – as Marie Saavedra, Producer Dan Krae
CHICAGO (CBS) -- Halloween is a couple of weeks away and the Chicago Park District has plenty of ways to celebrate.
It will include native plants and shrubbery to provide a rest stop for migrating birds and improved stormwater filtration and will offer a
WTTW: Community Science Project ‘Parks for Pollinators’ Runs Through September. Here’s How to Join the Bioblitz
The Chicago Park District is joining a national community science project designed to raise awareness of all the bees, butterflies, beetles
Chicago Sun-Times: ‘Pickleball Mania’: Chicago Park District announces plan to create 50 more pickleball courts
The city hopes to catch up to other cities around the country that have invested more in pickleball infrastructure.
Built as one of two ore walls for the U.S. Steel South Works mill, it’s now a climbing spot run by the Chicago Park District.
Chicago Sun-Times: Durbin announces $1 million in federal funds to restore South Branch of Chicago River
The money is set to go toward habitat rehabilitation and study in addition to creating natural community spaces.
CHICAGO - Some disabled veterans are drawing inspiration from the Winter Olympics and getting a chance to try some of the games’ unusual, i
It wasn’t hard for Meghan O’Boyle, the Chicago Park District’s wellness manager, to find a silver lining to the challenges of going virtual
Chicago Tribune: Review: Fannie Lou Hamer, played in a Chicago park by E. Faye Butler, roars out a timely message
On a cool September night, just as the sun began to set in beautiful Abbott Park on Chicago’s South Side, the utterly unstoppable actress E.