Rogers Park »

Radio Extra: Is Lead Paint Still a Problem in CPS Schools?

Documents reveal CPS knew about lead paint at Gale Academy five years before it was removed. 

Near West Side »

If 'Yuppie Wards' Get Medical Marijuana, So Should Mine, Alderman Says

Ald. Walter Burnett talked medical marijuana dispensaries after one on Lake Street got city approval.

Little Italy »

Program at Roosevelt Library Branch to Help Explain Medicare

The presentation will take place at 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Chicago Public Library branch on Taylor St.

Lakeview »

Snag a Free Eyebrow Wax at 'Happy Brow Hour'

Lakeview's European Wax Center will dole out free eyebrow waxes and snacks from 4-7 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday.

Rogers Park »

CPS Knew About Damaged Lead Paint at Gale for Five Years, Documents Show

Activists ripped the school district for waiting to remove paint from school until this year.

Chicago »

Rahm: City's Ready for Ebola After O'Hare Passengers Hospitalized

Two patients were screened for ebola on Tuesday, one remains in quarantine at Lurie Children's Hospital.

Lakeview »

Donate Blood in Lakeview This Weekend

Fitness Formula Club is hosting a Halloween blood drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Beverly »

Beverly Sisters Want To Make Social Media Less Scary for the Over-40 Crowd

Selective Connections launched this month with strict age requirements and mandatory background checks.

Lakeview »

Free Flu Shots Coming to Lakeview This Friday

The 44th Ward flu clinic runs 12-3 p.m. this Friday at the Britton Budd Apartments, 501 W. Surf St.

Wicker Park »

Another Medical Marijuana Permit for Wicker Park Sought

Tami Marron, owner of a proposed North Ave. dispensary, will meet with a neighborhood group on Tuesday.

West Ridge »

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Proposed for West Ridge Strip Mall

Ald. Pat O'Connor (40th) said a community meeting would be held about the plans.

Chicago »

City is Prepared for Ebola, Officials Say

The city has been preparing protocols for the virus since the first U.S. case was confirmed.

Downtown »

City's First Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Gain Permits, but One Left Out

Ald. Edward Burke asked a zoning hearing to be postponed as three other dispensaries gained approval.

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