Joe Herbert has run Marquette Photo Supply for 70 years, and the 90-year-old plans to keep going.
The breakfast, brunch and lunch spot had been opened for three years.
City officials revoked the license of an Archer Avenue massage business.
Joe Herbert said running his camera shop keeps him sharp, focused and happy to go to work.
We test your knowledge on the Loop's history, its Pedway system and its sandwiches.
Community votes landed the music garden in a contest for $150,000 in grant funds. One round remains.
The restaurant would be the first Kosher deep-dish pizzeria in Chicago, Rabbi Yosef Moscowitz said.
The restaurant and bar plans to open at 1133 W. Granville Ave.
Spanning three buildings along Milwaukee Avenue, the family owned chain has 92 employees.
The 20,000-square-foot shopping center is under construction at 5206 N. Broadway.
The Pure Barre location will be the fourth in the city.
The clinic proposed near Milwaukee and Lawrence avenues must be approved by state and city officials.
The University of Chicago picked three South Side nonprofits to get help from faculty and funding.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced a new partnership with the nonprofit Carton Council.
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