Organizers said they would help make Humboldt Park Chicago's "best and most modern natural resource."
Helpers are needed for two hours on Saturday to get the butterfly and vegetable garden ready for fall.
Andy Gallik was named ACC Center of the Week after the Eagles upset No. 9 Southern California.
Galter LifeCenter is turning 23 and it's celebrating the milestone by offering free fitness classes.
The team serenaded the stadium most of the way through the Cub's 1-0 win over the Reds.
Plans for a proposed athletic field at Schurz High School would close a portion of Waveland Avenue.
The varsity team has won regionals the past two years, leading to more student interest in the sport.
The park would celebrate the site's ties to Route 66, but officials said the plan is not final.
A turf field, mini-ampitheater and play structures replace a flood-prone asphalt parking lot.
Plans include a portrait of the community, a neighborhood clean-and-green and trick-or-treating.
The possible park would run along a 1.7-mile-long stretch of rail line north of 59th Street.
Thousands of runners are expected to head to O'Hare Oct. 5 for the O'Hare 5K on the Runway race.
Set to begin in spring, the rehab will make the building energy efficient and accessible, Quinn said.
Perspectives Charter Schools and the South Side Little League will each receive a $20,000 grant.
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