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Uptown »

About 100 activists protested outside Ald. Cappleman's office, promising to wage war for the homeless. 

Downtown »

The three-minute limit will be tracked by two giant digital shot clocks in the Council Chambers.

Uptown »

The clock was derided as "tacky" by one aldermen. Activists criticized the 3-minute proposed limit.

Uptown »

Rehab of the Lawrence Avenue and Wilson Avenue viaducts is expected to start in August or September.

Lincoln Park »

A judge ruled that city officials must allow members of the public to weigh in at Council meetings.

Uptown »

The new policy was announced by the city after a loss in court.

Jefferson Park »

Protesters held dueling demonstrations over housing proposals outside Ald. John Arena's (45th) office.

Uptown »

Circuit Judge Diane J. Larsen did not say Council actions should be voided in her December order.

Uptown »

Ald. James Cappleman (46th) said the shelter will remain open for "years to come."

Uptown »

The suit was sparked by the Council's decision to give a city subsidy to an Uptown development.

Uptown »

The three were arrested for occupying Ald. James Cappleman's office at 4544 N. Broadway Monday night.

Uptown »

The march will begin at 5:30 p.m. near the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Lake Shore Drive.

Bronzeville »

A group of more than 100 activists rallied and marched through Bronzeville to protest police violence.

Uptown »

Keeping Uptown activists from chamber stifled criticism of a Clarendon Avenue project, lawsuit says.

Boystown »

"We'll always be here for you," Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson told the crowd gathered in Boystown.