"The Cubs need to start the work as soon as possible," said Ald. Tom Tunney.
The events, both held in April, will bring fans in from around the country.
But parks advocates are worried the project could destroy Frederick Law Olmsted's vision for the park.
The president of the university that owns Essanay pulled the plug citing financial reasons.Read More »
Seven-month-old Lamya Hampton was found dead by emergency responders Wednesday afternoon.Read More »
T-Mobile at 1639 N. Milwaukee Ave. was closed Thursday after a robbery that occurred the night before.Read More »
The Roseland-based craft brewery uses spent mash to make the crust for a new line of frozen pizzas.Read More »
A man who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death said he'd kill her if she left him for another.Read More »
The CTA's first-ever online auction runs until 10 a.m. Dec. 18.Read More »
The Chicago Plan Commission and City Council would need to approve the sale.Read More »
As much as 50 percent of rush hour traffic on Ashland could be diverted onto other north-south streets.Read More »
The mayor will join the protest in solidarity with Fast for Families.Read More »
The shooting occurred on North Spaulding Avenue early Thursday morning, authorities said.Read More »
The fine dining spot is set to open in mid-January after renovating the former Chester's Chicken space.Read More »
The after-hours bar will now charge $10-$20 to get in, which goes toward a coupon for food and drink.Read More »
More than 150 officers from across the county assisted in the operation. A shooting suspect was arrested.Read More »
The school system plans to incorporate a new curriculum year-round in all subjects starting in January.Read More »
Four men, two of whom were later injured, robbed party-goers in Austin Wednesday night, police said.Read More »
Even workers at the Gold Coast shop can't tell the gluten-free goodies from the regular ones, owner says.Read More »
The 60-year-old suburban man was simply walking by panhandlers fighting over turf, a prosecutor said.Read More »