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Parks, Trees Win Big in 49th Ward Participatory Budgeting Election

New drinking fountains, gates and trees garnered the most votes.

Wrigleyville »

Here are the Walk-Up Songs Cubs Players Chose for Wrigley Field At-Bats

SPOTIFY PLAYLIST: Check out the eclectic mix of tunes being played for the Cubs this season.

Armour Square »

Most White Sox Players Prefer Classic Rock Walk-Up Songs at Home Games

The White Sox walk-up playlist is thick with AC/DC and Led Zepplin tunes.

Sauganash »

Danny Did Foundation Running Club Set to Take Off

The running club starts May 7 at Sauganash Park.

Near West Side »

Trash-Filled Ward Park's Future Uncertain Just 3 Years After It Opened

The community gardens at the park were called a  "gem" just two years ago.

Woodlawn »

MetroSquash Opens $6.5 Million New Squash Facility in Woodlawn

The new facility will double the number of kids who can play squash in Woodlawn.

Jefferson Park »

City Adds $400,000 to Replace Trees Destroyed by Emerald Ash Borer, Illness

The Bureau of Forestry will use the additional money to plant 4,200 trees, officials said. 

Lincoln Square »

Listen to Friday's Top DNAinfo Radio Stories

DNAinfo Radio offers the story behind the story, told by the reporters in Chicago's neighborhoods. 

Hyde Park »

Cherry Blossoms Still Holding On for Arbor Day

Jackson Park is on one of the only places in the city to see the blooms thanks to its 120 cherry trees.

Downtown »

What to Do With Your Dog on Vacation in Chicago

You've gotten off the Amtrak, now what?

Bridgeport »

White Sox Bring 'Thunderstruck' Back to Top of Playlist After Twitter Storm

Sorry, Fall Out Boy, Sox fans prefer AC/DC's anthem over "Centuries" for the first song at home games.

Ravenswood »

Be Prepared for Traffic, Parking Woes During Sunday's Ravenswood Run

Street closures and parking restrictions will be effect along the route of the annual 5K race.

North Park »

How the 100-Year-Old North Park Village Went From Loathed to Loved

North Park Village is celebrating its centennial, but this North Side gem almost wasn't built at all.

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