City officials have already approved a permit for a dispensary on the same block.
The city on Thursday unveiled a map detailing the city's 1,429 residential parking zones.
Parents held a petition drive and letter-writing campaign to ask the mayor to cool down the school.
Students launched an online petition to ask Principal Mark Grishaber to reinstate coach Matt Walsh.
The opening of the smaller branch paves the way for the big bank at Six Corners to be torn down.
The school for the disabled is hoping to acquire a 1.25-acre plot from the city.
The second annual event is set for 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Michael S. Diaz, an attorney working for the state, said he will be independent from Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Permits for picnic spots in the Cook County Forest Preserve go on sale in person and online Jan. 2.
Organizers shut down the contest late last week amid questions about follow-through for winners.
The UIC-Northwestern study aims to interview 2,100 people from nearly every Chicago neighborhood.
Evergreen Park's Chris Janes hopes Little League continues to investigate the alleged rule violations.
Heather Cherone discusses whether lights really can help a neighborhood with empty storefronts.
The lights, which line buildings along the Edens Expressway, were paid for by local businesses.
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