The founders of The Roof Crop will install and farm the rooftops of other buildings.
The Landmarks Comission is expected to announce its recommendation to the City Council on Wednesday.
The advocacy group isn't backing down from its lawsuit over the proposed Lucas Museum of Narrative Art.
Pete DeMay alleges 12th Ward voters are being intimidated by the incumbent alderman's campaign workers.
Abdullah Beyah was awarded the 2014 Lambert Tree Award at City Hall Tuesday Afternoon.
Ald. Edward Burke questioned how much public money was spent on the festival.
Protesters said Dyett students will no longer be forced to take gym as an online course.
The city has cut the response time from report to removal almost in half, from 6.75 days to 3.62.
The 17-year 11th Ward alderman and Vietnam vet said he's dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Residents said they never got a clear description of whose property taxes the TIF would collect.
"We avoided an increase in the property tax," said Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Aldermen now can stop customers from bringing liquor to some businesses.
New rules of the road for the previously unregulated Downtown industry went into effect last month.
The freight tunnel, dormant since 1955, is being used to grow several varieties of oyster mushrooms.
The ordinance from Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) increases the maximum penalty for loud bikes fivefold.
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