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Rogers Park Bike Rack Design Winner: Artist Robert Hansen

Voters picked a design depicting the sun rising over Lake Michigan.

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Those Bike Racks Might Look Nice, But They Aren't as Secure, Some Say

Rogers Park residents will vote for their favorite bike rack design this weekend.

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Reparations Sought for Burge Torture Victims as Disgraced Ex-Cop Released

Backers claimed the support of a majority in the City Council and asked the mayor to "step up."

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Four Finalists Chosen for New Bike Rack Design

Forty artists submitted designs for new bike racks coming to the 49th Ward.

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Neighbors Take to Streets After 'Too Much' Violence in Rogers Park

Residents participated in a peace walk Monday night to protest recent street violence.

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Police, Residents to Hold Peace Walk on Howard Street

Glenford Johnson was shot and killed on Juneway Terrace earlier this month.

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Rogers Park Gang Wars About Rap Videos, Hatred, Not Turf Battles: Police

Rogers Park Police Cmdr. Thomas Waldera updated residents near Howard Street after the Juneway shooting.

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Police Increase Patrols on Morse Avenue After Summer Shootings

Some businesses said customers aren't coming out as often since the violence, but others see no change.

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Rogers Park Library Closed Two Weeks for Repairs

The branch at 6907 N. Clark St. will get new carpet and other repairs, Ald. Joe Moore said.

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New Park at End of Albion Avenue Opens

A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for Monday.

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Helicopters Deployed Over Rogers Park Streets as Police Boost Patrols

Ald. Joe Moore said Chicago Police are using helicopters as part of routine patrols to combat violence.

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Clark Street From Devon Avenue to Howard Street To Be Resurfaced: Alderman

Nearly 70 blocks around the neighborhood are being resurfaced before winter, Ald. Joe Moore said.

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Loyola Park Quietly Begins Offering Monthly Parking Passes to Public

Only five spots appear to be available each month out of 112 spaces between Lunt and Greenleaf avenues.

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