Wicker Park »

CTA Damen Blue Line 'L' Station Reopens Monday

Several shops are offering free food and coffee to welcome back commuters.

Bronzeville »

Weekend Green Line Service Suspended for Construction

Trains will be suspended between  the Roosevelt and 35th-Bronzeville-IIT stations on Saturday and Sunday.

River North »

Where Not to Park: City Unveils New Residential Parking Zone Map

The city on Thursday unveiled a map detailing the city's  1,429  residential parking zones.

Rogers Park »

Throwback Thursday: Rogers Park's Morse Avenue Revealed in Old Photos

The photos have been collected by the Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society.

Chicago »

Cabbies Strike Provocative Poses for This Year's Risque Taxi Calendar

The 2015 edition, which aims to raise legal funds, is the second organized by cabbie Melissa Callahan.

West Rogers Park »

Ribbon Cutting of First Phase of Devon Ave. Streetscape set for Thursday

Ald. Debra Silverstein (50th) said work should be completed by the end of the week.

Bucktown »

Businesses Near Damen, Elston, Fullerton Exit Before January Demolitions

WhirlyBall and My Gym have relocated to new locations nearby; Dunkin Donuts has closed.  

Jefferson Park »

Jefferson Park Sewer Project Expands to Montrose Avenue

Workers blocked Lavergne Avenue at Montrose Avenue Monday to begin building a shaft to reach a sewer.

Rogers Park »

Free Parking at Church for Morse Avenue Shoppers Will End

The Rogers Park Business Alliance's program will end at the end of December.

Wicker Park »

CTA Holiday Train Stops at Western, Division Blue Line this Weekend

The train is scheduled to stop at Wicker Park's Division "L" station around 4:48 and 6:43 p.m. Friday.

Wicker Park »

Returning Wicker Commuter? Get Free Doughnuts, Tamales, Coffee By Damen 'L'

La Colombe, Stan's Donuts, Glazed and Infused and Flash Taco are giving away food next Monday.

Downtown »

Potholes, Parking, Flight Patterns Targeted by Fioretti in New Resolutions

Ald. Bob Fioretti's Progressive Reform Caucus colleagues lined up behind him on the matters.

The Loop »

Should Winter Overnight Parking Ban be Scrapped? Aldermen Want To Study It

Six aldermen, led by Bob Fioretti, called for a study on whether to scrap the automatic winter ban.

Downtown »

Cabbies Get Relief From City in Competition With Ride Sharing

The City Council moved to grant taxi drivers lower lease rates and lowered fines.

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