Bucktown »

'Three Strikes Is Enough,' Alderman Says of Troubled Bucktown Club

A public nuisance meeting on Los Recuerdos brought out angry neighbors.

West Rogers Park »

Owner of Vacant Building on Touhy: 'Nobody's Got Money to Open a Business'

But Ald. Debra Silverstein said the buildings could be filled but have instead sat vacant for years.

Grand Crossing »

Parents, Caregivers To Be Honored For Their Family Commitment

The Gary Comer Youth Center will host its second annual Parent and Caregivers’ Breakfast program.

Streeterville »

Want a Spot in an Apple iPhone Line Without the Wait? Pony Up $1,000

Several people waited outside the Mag Mile Apple Store Thursday with signs advertising places for sale.

Lincoln Park »

Things You Can Do in Lincoln Park and Old Town Thursday

Pomplamoose, Old Salt Union and Jimmy Burns will all perform in Lincoln Park Thursday night.

Rogers Park »

Hard Water Bar and Grill to Replace Rollands on Clark Street

New owner Devon Kelly said the bar would be open late, attracting college students.

Logan Square »

Megamall Officially Sold: Apartments, Grocery Store Part of $100M Plan

The longtime indoor flea market was sold to Terraco Real Estate Monday.

Englewood »

Workshop By Englewood Businesswoman Aims To Help Entrepreneurs

The wife of an Englewood pastor has organized a business workshop for entrepreneurs.

Beverly »

Why Is 95th Street Such A Tough Sell In Beverly?

Halloween City opened on 95th Street in an area struggling to attract retailers despite heavy traffic.

McKinley Park »

Data Center at Former Sun-TImes Plant Gets $11.4 Million Tax Break

Quality Technology Services plans to spend $119 million on the first phase of redevelopment of the site.

The Loop »

Derrius Quarles Returns to Chicago as Scholarship Startup Vies for $200K

After funding his own education with scholarships, a Kenwood grad's idea aims to simplifies the process.

Lincoln Park »

Things You Can Do in Lincoln Park and Old Town Wednesday

Head to Zanies for a stand-up performance from Gina Yashere at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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