Crews continued work on Wrigley Field bleachers this week. Next up: excavation and structural supports.
The left-field bleachers came down this week as Wrigley Field construction continued.
On Saturday, Cubs representatives and public officials officially broke ground on the project.
The statues will be refurbished while construction takes place at Wrigley Field this offeason.
Construction at the 100-year-old ballpark began Monday in Wrigleyville, closing off bordering streets.
On the Twitter handle CubsNoHitStreak, Jimmy Greenfield keeps track of a Cubs streak that began in 1965.
The team hopes to debut a bleacher expansion, five outfield signs and two video boards by March 2015.
The Zac Brown Band will perform at Wrigley Field Saturday night. Parking restrictions start at 2 p.m.
Locals can expect traffic delays and parking restrictions near Sheffield and Waveland in coming weeks.
The band's song "This Town" is a favorite among fans.
The Wrigleyville Rooftops Association reportedly filed a lawsuit in Cook County Circuit Court Thursday.
Gusti Korotkov, 22, was charged with felony retail theft for stealing $1,000 in Cubs gear, police said.
Parking restrictions start at 10 a.m. Sunday and end by 6 p.m. Tuesday. Filming takes place Monday.
New rules of the road for the previously unregulated Downtown industry went into effect last month.
Former Wrigley Field usher Bruce Bohrer's new book highlights memories from the best seat in the house.
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