NeighborhoodNews Sites


UpdatedFriday, Feb. 7, 2020

The Red Line Project isn't the only site that covers neighborhood news. Here are some other sites that cover neighborhoods at or near Red Line El stops. Missing one? Tweet a link to us @redlineproject

Block Club Chicago
Local neighborhood news stories.

UIC Bonfire
Stories about the UIC community by students.

UIC Radio
Official radio station of the University of Illinois-Chicago.

City Bureau
Founded in 2015, City Bureau is a nonprofit civic journalism lab based on Chicago's South Side. It's a collaborative project between journalists and citizens.

ProPublica Illinois
Covers investigative news that impacts the city and its neighborhoods.

The Chicago Reader


The Beachwood Reporter
Music, TV, politics, sports, you name it.

The Chicago Reporter
Covers urban issues with in-depth, database reporting and graphics. 

Center Square Journal
Covers Northcenter, Lincoln Square and Ravenswood neighborhoods near Brown and Red Lines.

Uptown Update
Covers Uptown neighborhood off Lawrence and Argyle stops. 

Rogers Park News

South Side Weekly

Edgeville Buzz
Covers the Edgewater and Andersonville neighborhoods.

Weekly paper run by University of Chicago students

Covers Wicker Park and Bucktown.

Hyde Park Progress
News from the South Side neighborhood. 

Covers Chicago's South Loop neighborhood.

Pilsen Portal
Covers the Latino community off the Pink Line.

Chi Streets Blog

Covers South and West Loops and Near West Side.

Covers Bronzeville.

The Beverly Review
Covers the Beverly, Morgan Park and Mt. Greenwood neighborhoods.

Chicago Defender
Covers Chicago's African-American community.

Logan Square neighborhood blogs. 

Peopling Places
Covers Logan Square from a public planning/policy perspective. 

The Local Tourist
Entertainment neighborhood guide geared to locals. 

Chicago News Report
Blog about crime, focusing on the North Side.

Topix: Chicago South Loop News
Examiner Chicago
Events, local stories, etc. from Chicago neighborhoods.

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