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8 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

You might've missed these stories the first time. We'll make sure you don't miss them again.

The Loop »

DePaul's 'Play for Change' Games Tackle Bullying, Mental Illness

Can computer games change the world? DePaul students work to make it happen.

McKinley Park »

ComEd Training Center Headed to 35th Street

The power giant's job training center is part of a larger redevelopment of the area.

River North »

How Often Does Sewage Flow Into the Chicago River? 61 Days and Counting

A website tracks when sewage is dumped in the river. It will only increase with the fall rains.

Chicago »

8 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

In case you were too busy this week, here are some neighborhood stories you should definitely read.

Old Town »

3D Printers, Minecraft and Coding for Kindergartners at Old Town School

The Catherine Cook School in Old Town's 25,000-square-foot expansion features a high-tech IDEA Lab.

Uptown »

Nearly 500 Solar Panels Unveiled on Uptown Landmark Building

The $600,000 project could save the ICA GreenRise building $16,000 a year.

Little Village »

Quiet Trash Pickup? Chicago Has Continent's Only All-Electric Garbage Truck

The truck has been running routes on the South and West sides since April and soon will Downtown.

South Loop »

Lecture to Tackle How to Make Your Home Eco-Friendly in Chicago's Climate

Tim Heppner of Ecotelligent Design will lecture on lowering emissions without abandoning heat and AC.

Uptown »

'Sustainable September' Aims To Raise Environmental Awareness

The Institute of Cultural Affairs in the USA has three events left as part of the initiative.

Uptown »

Vintage Garage Chicago Relives the 1980s with Latest Flea Market

The Sept. 21 event features music, clothes, decor and more from the 1980s.

Englewood »

Englewood Tech Hub Aims to Fight Unemployment, Empower South Siders

Two nonprofits have partnered and plan to open a technology center near Kennedy-King College.

Lincoln Park »

'Mobile Doorman' App Gives Apartment Dwellers More Control

The app can alert you when a package is delivered or when visitors arrive, developers said.

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