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Portage Park »

City funds would be used to save a historic theater and renovate a building built in the 1960s.

Portage Park »

A meeting to discuss the plan is set for 6:30 p.m. March 11 at Las Tablas, 4920 W. Irving Park Road.

Jefferson Park »

The former bank building could be transformed into a grocery and gym, while saving a historic theater. 

Portage Park »

Grocery chain owner isn't distracted, wants a store in area, despite Ald. Arena's claims, owner said.

Lincoln Square »

The former Dominick's at Lincoln and Foster avenues will become a Tony's Finer Foods this spring.

Portage Park »

The owner of a former bank with a theater inside isn't sure he can proceed with plans to build a store.

Englewood »

Whole Foods Market may run into stiff competition from Englewood convenience stores in 2016.    

Austin »

The city says 15 new food stores opened in the city, contributing to the decrease.

Norwood Park »

The new grocery store will help draw shoppers to Norwood Park, Ald. Mary O' Connor said.

Portage Park »

Mike Bousis, the owner of Cermark Fresh Markets, plans to tear down the former bank near Six Corners.

Chatham »

A once-thriving neighborhood grocery cuts its hours as competition grows.