Rogers Park »

Why is This Fire Hydrant Installed in the Street?

Neighbors were surprised to see a yellow hydrant blocking traffic. The city says it's temporary.

Uptown »

Rats Expected to Come Out When Uptown Buildings Come Down

The CTA is promising rat abatement for pre-construction, during-construction and post-construction.

Beverly »

Why Is 95th Street Such A Tough Sell In Beverly?

Halloween City opened on 95th Street in an area struggling to attract retailers despite heavy traffic.

University Village »

Residents Decry Viaducts on 16th St.: 'Our Front Yard Looks Like a Toilet'

Neighbors are demanding monthly cleanings of the viaducts connecting Pilsen and University Village.

Chicago »

Which Out-of-State Cars Draw the Most Parking Tickets?

Indiana leads the way. Even Hawaiians have drawn a couple hundred tickets in the past two years.

McKinley Park »

'Money Maker' Speed Camera on Archer Staying Put

Speeding, crash data near camera site support keeping it in place, city said.

Rogers Park »

Clark Street From Devon Avenue to Howard Street To Be Resurfaced: Alderman

Nearly 70 blocks around the neighborhood are being resurfaced before winter, Ald. Joe Moore said.

Bronzeville »

Green Line Riders Should Expect Delays This Weekend

Upgrades will temporarily suspend service between Roosevelt and 35th-Bronzeville-IIT stations.

The Loop »

DNAinfo on Fox Chicago: Untangled Intersection, Riot Fest and Retro Pullman

DNAinfo's Jon Hansen and Shamus Toomey appeared on Fox Chicago News to tout neighborhood stories.

Downtown »

Kennedy Expressway's Reversible Lanes to Close This Weekend

The reversible lanes will close 10 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Monday for work crews, IDOT announced.

Hyde Park »

Lake Shore Drive Pedestrian Bridges In Bronzeville to Get Federal Funding

Mayor Rahm Emanuel was set to announce funding for the long-awaited bridges.

West Loop »

Pullman Cars Connect Madison, Chicago by Train for First Time in 40 Years

The restored rail cars will make three trips between Chicago and the Wisconsin capital in October.

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