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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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Who is R. J. Jarvis? Mystery of Beach's Namesake Could Lead to New Name

If approved, the Jarvis Beach would be renamed in honor of architect Marion Mahony Griffin.

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Rogers Park's 'Worst' Streets to be Resurfaced, Alderman Says

The work on the 40 blocks of roadway should be completed by the end of the year.

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Evanston Gangs to Blame for Fatal Rogers Park Shooting, Alderman Says

Ald. Joe Moore (49th) said a fatal shooting over the weekend resulted from an Evanston gang dispute.

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CTA Still Seeking Retailers For North Side Stations, Granville Spot Snagged

A staffer at the 48th Ward office said negotiations could be wrapped up by fall.

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Old Style Sign Outside Cunneen's Bar Removed After Complaints

As the bar's permit for the sign came up for renewal, the 49th Ward office requested an upgrade.

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Rogers Park 'Guinea Pig' for Peoples Gas Main Construction

Residents ask for better communication and faster restoration of yards and parkways.

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CTA Awarded $35M 'Down Payment' for North Side 'L' Rehab

The funding will help pay for the Belmont Station flyover and updating the Red and Purple lines.

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Where's the Beach? Fargo Beach All But Gone as Lake Rises

"I miss it; all of the people do," said a longtime resident who remembers Fargo's better days.

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Aussies Want to Rename Jarvis Beach After Woman Who Designed Their Capital

Architect Marion Mahony Griffin, with her husband Walter, designed the city of Canberra a century ago.

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Devon Avenue Stray Bullet Victim Remembered at Memorial that Halts Traffic

Aldermen, clergy and hundreds of residents gathered to honor photographer Wil Lewis Wednesday.

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