Downtown »

You can charge your phones, laptops and tablets for free at some Metra stations.

West Ridge »

Every year, dozens of solar-powered homes in Chicago open their doors to visitors for the "Solar Tour."

Englewood »

Microsoft Digital Alliance will give free technology classes at EnglewoodBlue.

The Loop »

DNAinfo readers submitted thousands of drawings of where their neighborhoods are. Here are the results.

Lincoln Park »

The exhibit, which will kick off Oct. 1., includes artwork depicting urban animals like dragonflies.

Beverly »

The Beverly Unitarian Church will collect hazardous household waste in its parking lot atop the ridge.

Wrigleyville »

After a glitch was reported in the Chicago Police Department's website, the issue has been resolved.

Washington Park »

1547 Critical Systems Realty will occupy all of the five-story main bakery on Garfield Boulevard.

Downtown »

Chicago artist Bryan Sperry will unveil his collection of robot warriors at a new exhibit Friday.

Pilsen »

After a successful pilot program, Uber Chicago is now offering the service citywide.

River North »

Foursquare studied various vices across the country, and found ours to be a certain magical milkshake.

Chatham »

In each incident, the victim was met by a group of men along with a woman who arranged the meeting.

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