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Ald. Brian Hopkins cited businesses in need like the Jazz Record Mart and the Double Door.

Gold Coast »

Filming of the Fox drama means no parking on these streets Wednesday in the neighborhood. 

Lincoln Park »

Water used to douse the flames of the Hazmat Level 1 fire drained into the Chicago River, alderman said.

Downtown »

Five people were arrested; more protests were expected Wednesday.

Streeterville »

"We're trying to create as much excitement as there is for the building itself." 

Noble Square »

As some complain about overcrowding, the school wants the city-owned lot for parking and a garden.

Downtown »

Six aldermen sought a monthly garbage-collection fee between $9-$11 with reductions for seniors.

Ukrainian Village »

Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) announced the residential streets on tap for resurfacing in new e-newsletter.

Old Town »

It's the last remaining piece of Piper's Alley as it was known in the '60s.

Gold Coast »

The Plan Commission was unanimous in supporting the development.

Bucktown »

The new Bucktown grocer opened to a throng of city and suburban residents Tuesday.

Gold Coast »

An advisory council formed last year has repainted the park's benches and will add more programming. 

Wicker Park »

A city sticker sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, plus food trucks will be the first event in new office.

Lincoln Park »

The bridge, used by an estimated 10,000 vehicles per day, will be closed through the fall.

Lincoln Park »

Brian Hopkins, the newly elected 2nd Ward alderman, has yet to meet with the owners of Finkl.