Early voting in full swing

Chicago residents can vote at any one of 51 sites that are open from now through Monday, March 16 – the day before the Illinois primary. Voters will be casting ballots in a number of races, including president, U.S. House and Senate, Cook County state’s attorney and local judges.

Columbus Park gets techie

A high school student is helping teach West Side youth ages 11 to 17 the basics of computer technology with the help of U.S. Rep. Danny K. Davis and Austin Peoples Action Center. There is room for anyone interested in taking the six-week course.

Holiday tree recycling begins Saturday

Residents will be able to drop off live holiday trees through Jan. 18th inside tree corrals set up at 25 designated Chicago Park District sites, including Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Ave., and Riis Park, 6201 W. Wrightwood Ave.

Thursday is deadline for city sticker amnesty

Residents have until Oct. 31 to buy a city sticker for 2019 and pay no back charges or late fees. Starting Nov. 15, Chicago residents can apply to have some or all of their city sticker tickets forgiven; the deadline to apply for sticker ticket debt relief is Dec. 15.