One targeted landlord recently took out a $2.1 million mortgage to help renovate a commercial building.
The CTA is filing lawsuits against vandals and their parents to recoup the cost of vandalism.
Logan Square Preservation hoped the city would install the streetlights along the boulevards.
But the landlord of the building at 3226 N. Clark St. said it would ruin the character of the street.
Starting next week, CTA riders will no longer be able to buy or reload Chicago Cards.
A group of Chicago cabbies has aligned with the National Taxi Workers Alliance on a possible union bid.
Daniel Dvorkin was convicted of trying to kill someone who won an $8.3 million judgment against him.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel gave the $15 million project his blessing over Passover week.
A large vertical sign is the latest effort to beautify an Asian community in Uptown.
Neighborhood residents will help determine station locations, 49th Ward residents told Thursday night.
Lincoln Park resident Kevin Zarlengo hopes to raise at least $1,800 in part by spending no money in May.
As part of the huge "L" bypass project north of Belmont, the CTA envisions new developments.
The work begins early Saturday and will temporarily close Ashland, North and Western avenues.
Lakeview residents fear a "roller coaster in the sky" will destroy their property values.
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