A stop at Division and Orleans existed from 1900 to 1949.
The 65-acre plan will include a series of high- and low-density mixed-income developments.
Residents are invited to weigh in on two proposed office developments in the West Loop.
The influential incumbent easily defeated challenger Gabe Beukinga.
Costs would double Downtown for developers to avoid including units in new projects.
The project aimed to modernize the Evergreen Towers I building for seniors and people with disabilities.
A group has applied to operate a medical marijuana dispensary at 955 W. Lake St. in the West Loop.
The Seward Park Jazz Fest is in its fourth year, and includes a performance by Ari Brown Friday night.
Cappleman had expressed concerns that Chicago was promoting a "failed model" of housing.
The alderman met with a local group Tuesday night that wants the market at Racine and Randolph.
Details of the Clybourn barrier-protected bike lanes were presented at a meeting Thursday night.
The mayor and a group of aldermen plan to officialy introduce an ordinance Wednesday.
The city is considering alternative sites in the Near North area following neighborhood backlash.
Neighborhood students will get 30 percent of the spots, but boundaries are still unclear, CPS said.
At least seven Chicago aldermen support the measure, backed by activist group ONE Northside.
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