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Albany Park »

The ferals will just move the problem to another area, Charles Williams said, in response to alderman.

Lincoln Park »

This winter is expected to be snowier than usual for Chicago.

Roscoe Village »

Just 10 percent of Chicago's trash is recycled and kept out of landfills, officials said.

Downtown »

Ald. Howard Brookins (21st) invited vendors to showcase anti-rodent products at City Hall Wednesday.

Lincoln Park »

Exchange your Christmas tree for free mulch at Fullerton Avenue and Cannon Drive.

Humboldt Park »

After a mild winter last year, the city is in for a "very cold, snowy winter," city officials warned.

Beverly »

Rat complaints jumped 34 percent in September and October this year as compared with last, data shows.

Downtown »

Dropping dry ice into rat burrows and sealing them off suffocates the vermin.

Chatham »

The teens and young adults are a part of One Summer Chicago's recycling program.

Downtown »

The City Council approved a plan that supporters said will encourage more people to recycle.

Lincoln Park »

The mayor will add 10 new crews to the Bureau of Rodent Control, he announced in a Monday release.

Lincoln Square »

Starting Jan. 1, recycleables must be placed loose in blue carts, Streets & Sanitation announced.

Downtown »

Commissioner Charles Williams said such claims are the product of an extermination company.

Rogers Park »

Mayor says 150 workers were sent out to respond to 853 tree emergencies throughout the city.

Downtown »

Get your chairs, sawhorses and other "obstructions" out of the street before the weekend.