The two incidents occurred near a University Commons building within a week of each other.
The new cafe promises to bring healthy food options to the UIC campus.
Ald. Burnett will discuss plans to upgrade plans for Fulton Market at a meeting Thursday.
Despite Ald. Reilly's push to remove them temporarily, the city announced that it plans to keep them.
You can also get fresh fruit and veggie straws on the new "healthy options cart" at games.
Disabled residents say Ald. Solis isn't doing enough to improve accessibility in the neighborhood.
The Randolph/Fulton Market Association hopes the bike tours improve safety in the area.
Essence Jefferson dropped $500 at a spa before spending more than $250 at T-Mobile, prosecutors said.
The Pilsen furniture store will open its second location in Hyde Park at the end of October.
The Cubs "haven’t won the World Series and all I have is my sense of humor,” Rep. Quigley said.
If all goes well, owners plan to open the casual bar and restaurant this fall.
Police shot a person who attempted to hit officers with his car Saturday, according to a news release.
The bike lanes require cars to park away from the curb, confusing some drivers already.
Of those shot, 44 died from their wounds, based on DNAinfo's records.
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