Bucktown »

Living a Foot from the Bloomingdale Trail, 606 Neighbor Cites 'Design Flaw'

"If I am looking out the window, it is awkward to be making eye contact with people," said Bucktown man.

South Loop »

Cancer Survivors Vow to Spend Every Day of 2015 Conquering New Challenges

"Life It Up 365" has seen the creators visit Ireland, try Snapchat, take a selfie with a turtle.

Downtown »

Teen HPV Vaccination Reaches All-Time High, City Says

In 2014, 78 percent of Chicago girls had been vaccinated for HPV, according to the mayor's office.

Streeterville »

Airport Lactation Rooms Could Make Chicago 'Friendliest Breastfeeding City'

Ald. Edward Burke's Finance Committee took its meeting on the road to the new Prentice Women's Hospital.

Pullman »

New Advocate Medical Center Opens in Bustling Complex in Pullman

Ald. Anthony Beale said the center will help close barriers to healthcare access.

Downtown »

What We're Reading: An Ugly Scene at Oak St. Beach and Removing Tats

Also: Guy who led protests against the Chicago Olympics is a happy fella, and juggalo jealousy.

Gold Coast »

Final Call for Hydrangeas as Finkl Demolition Nears End, Guard Says

A Bucktown garden, suburban school and Gold Coast park have all been beautified by 'Finkl flowers.'

Downtown »

Lollapalooza Is Chicago's Biggest Weekend for Underage Drinking: Study

More than 100 underage drinkers were admitted to Chicago hospitals over Lollapalooza weekend in 2014.

Albany Park »

Garden in the City: There's Gold in Them Thar Bush Beans

DNAinfo.com Chicago's resident urban gardener says harvesting beans is like searching for treasure.

Lincoln Park »

DePaul Soccer Player Saves Woman's Life With Bone Marrow Cell Donation

Jake Douglas supplied his bone marrow cells to a woman with leukemia he had never met.

Morgan Park »

Smith Village Hosts Open-Topic Meeting For Caregivers Dealing With Dementia

Diane Morgan, memory support coordinator at the retirement community, will lead the discussion.

Wicker Park »

New WiFi Hotspots Along '606' Available for Bloomingdale Trail Users

Two sessions per month are free with more available at an additional cost.

Uptown »

Truman College's First Rooftop Garden Serves as Classroom and Getaway

Not only are students learning about food culture, they're also learning about math and chemistry.

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