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Norwood Park Homes Next in Line for Soundproofing

The federal government will pick up the tab to soundproof several dozen Norwood Park homes.

Uptown »

Two Neighborhood Associations Vote For Residential Parking, Cappleman Says

Magnolia-Malden Block Club and Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association voted for the zoned parking.

Downtown »

Cabbies Work to Form Union, 'Level Playing Field' With Ride Sharing

About 150 taxi drivers joined AFSCME over the weekend, but it threatens to undercut other union efforts.

Albany Park »

Put on Some Parachute Pants for Albany Park's '80s-Themed Bike Ride

An '80s theme kicks off weekly Monday night rides in August, part of the Go Albany Park program.

Beverly »

Head Of Beverly Area Planning Association Reflects on Her First 100 Days

Beverly native Margot Burke Holland is rethinking everything about the neighborhood group.

O'Hare »

City Rejects Plea to Keep Diagonal Runways to Reduce O'Hare Noise

However, city will rotate which runways are used at night to reduce the noise over some neighborhoods.

Streeterville »

Airport Lactation Rooms Could Make Chicago 'Friendliest Breastfeeding City'

Ald. Edward Burke's Finance Committee took its meeting on the road to the new Prentice Women's Hospital.

Lincoln Park »

New Park on Lakefront Path Will Separate Bicyclists and Runners on Trail

The new path will split bicyclists and runners at Fullerton Avenue and LSD, but only for 600 feet.

Downtown »

Suit Seeking to Dump Red-Light Cameras Can Proceed, Judge Rules

The hearing in the class-action suit will continue Oct. 6.

O'Hare »

Rauner Signs Bill Designed To Reduce Jet Noise at O'Hare

The bill was championed by the Fair Allocation in Runways Coalition.

O'Hare »

Everything You Need To Know About O'Hare's Jet Noise Problem

A new east-west runway opened at O'Hare in 2013, sending hundreds of flights over the Northwest Side.

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