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Bucktown »

Aging Holstein Park Field House in Bucktown Gets $1.2 Million for Upgrades

Set to begin in spring, the rehab will make the building energy efficient and accessible, Quinn said.

Little Village »

Festival de La Villita Expected to Bring 500,000 to Little Village

Organizers say that the weekend Little Village Fiestas Patrias celebration will be bigger than ever.

Montclare »

Gov. Quinn Turns His Front Lawn Dandelion 'Issue' Into Positive Campaign Ad

Gov. Quinn's uncut lawn turns into a metaphor in his new campaign ad.

University Village »

'Spaghetti Bowl' Circle Interchange Renamed for Jane Byrne

Gov. Pat Quinn renamed the tangled knot of interstate highways in honor of Chicago's first female mayor.

West Loop »

CPS Safe Passage Marks Five-Year Anniversary With $10 Million Expansion

Gov. Pat Quinn added $10 million in state funding to bring the number of workers to nearly 2,000.

Morgan Park »

Jackie Robinson West Watch Party Draws Hundreds

Hundreds gathered at Jackie Robinson Park to cheer on the Little Leaguers representing Chicago.

Pullman »

Ground Breaks on 'Remarkable' Pullman Community Center Complex

Construction crews will begin working on the South Side indoor sports complex in two to three weeks.

River North »

RideScout App Founded by Army Vets Chosen as First 'Bunker' Tenant

The 1871 incubator offshoot "The Bunker" announced Tuesday that the app team would be its first tenant.

South Chicago »

Mariano's South Chicago Plans Detailed for U.S. Steel Site

The grocery store is expected to create 400 jobs, which its CEO pledged to fill from the community.

Downtown »

How Green Is Your Neighborhood? New App Reveals Some Surprises

North Lawndale and Oakland surprised with good ratings, while North Center, Lincoln Square disappointed.

Chinatown »

Dragon Boat Race for Literacy to Take Over Chicago River in Chinatown

The annual fundraising race is expected to draw big crowds to Chinatown.

Near West Side »

Lagunitas Tap Room Preview Like a Willy Wonka Tour

Lagunitas celebrated the much anticipated opening of the brewery's taproom with quite a show.

Chinatown »

Gov. Pat Quinn to Address Chinatown Business Leaders

The Chinatown Chamber of Commerce's luncheon is part of a series.

The Loop »

Emanuel Praises Quinn, Lawmakers For Passing Gay Marriage

Emanuel, Quinn and others celebrate the marriage equality law, which took effect this month.

Downtown »

Ride-Sharing License OK'd After Fierce Council Debate

Ald. Anthony Beale said the new ordinance would make taxi medallions "useless."

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