A scaled-back project will begin on schedule in the spring, Ald. John Arena said.
The number of guns confiscated nationwide hit an all-time high in 2014.
In a "dibs" dispute, trash had been tossed on the car of a caretaker for Gabriella Guzman of Bridgeport.
Service will be back to normal for Monday's commute, the CTA says.
Philadelphia police use humor and #GameOfCones hashtags to warn of dibs crackdowns. Could we be next?
The station renovation is part of the CTA's four-year overhaul of the Blue Line, officials said.
Dark Matter Coffee and Eli's Cheesecake will be served at the annual event.
Aldermen Tom Tunney and Anthony Beale want to place conditions on new red-light cameras.
The hotel at 330 N. Wabash Ave. just opened in 2013.
An end is in sight for the disruptive project, but business owners say sales have slumped.
While parts of the city may get light snow, freezing rain may make it wet, and less likely to stick.
Mayoral candidate's proposal would rescind penalty fees and establish potential payment plans.
The "CT&A" Facebook page has seen plenty of "haters" who find the work offensive, its creator says.
Alisa Hauser discusses the city's crackdown on your non-shoveling neighbors.
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