Irving Park »

Chicago's First Community-Funded Mental Health Center Opens in Irving Park

Irving Park, Albany Park and North Park voted to tax themselves to preserve their mental health.

Lakeview »

Too Much Candy? Lakeview Dentist Will Buy Your Kid's Halloween Stash

Growing Smiles, 3701 N. Southport Ave., will buy candy from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday.

Bridgeport »

You Can Help Clean Up the 11th Ward

The city's "clean and green" initiative is looking for volunteers.

Old Town »

Watch Chicago Bike Officers Get Trained (Hint: There's An Obstacle Course)

The mayor and Supt. Garry McCarthy toured the Police Department's bike training facility Tuesday.

Chinatown »

First-of-Its-Kind Study Shows Which Neighborhoods Have the Most Gardens

Bridgeport and Chinatown are among neighborhoods packed with urban agriculture. 

Lincoln Park »

Rahm Says City Prepared if Ebola Patients Arrive in City

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the city is ready to deal with potential Ebola patients at the airports.

Norwood Park »

Far Northwest Side Nonprofit Celebrates 20 Years of Helping Seniors

The Norwood Senior Network d elivers meals to homebound seniors and provides other services.

Lakeview »

Hamilton Elementary Teachers, Staff Come Together for Fitness Challenge

Hamilton Elementary teachers and staff are starting an eight-week fitness challenge on Monday.

Near West Side »

See the USA Rugby Team Practice at Health Event Monday

The practice preview and health screening come to Quest Multisport Monday. 

South Austin »

Grant Gives South Austin Elementary School Play Area Green Makeover

The Space to Grow initiative brings green space to four CPS schools.

Uptown »

Pediatric Cancer 5K Set for Sunday at Montrose Harbor

The Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation hopes to raise $75,000 for the event.

Hyde Park »

Ebola Ruled Out for Child Who Got Sick on Liberia-to-Chicago Flight

Doctors cleared the child quarantined since Tuesday at University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital. 

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. 

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