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Police commanders from Edgewater and Rogers Park said the area's safety can be a "double-edged sword."

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Just three simple ingredients — no artificial flavors or colors — are  in the Edgewater bakery's bread.

Andersonville »

A 100-year-old greystone home was slated to be demolished, but Ald. Harry Osterman has stepped in.

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The city approved zoning changes for apartments at 6145 N. Broadway and nine condos slated for Ridge.

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The "Glenwood Greenway" aims to serve as a more family-friendly route southbound from Ridge Avenue.

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New buildings slated for Ridge Avenue, North Broadway and Sheridan Road are all being considered.

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The six-story building will have 45 studios, 40 one-bedrooms and 20 two-bedrooms with 45 parking spaces.

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Officials said the illegal practice overloads public waste bins, which spill over.

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The annual springtime events begin at 10 a.m. Saturday inside Senn Park at Thorndale and Greenview.

Edgewater »

Developers will need to get a zoning change approved for the transformation of 5691 N. Ridge Ave.

Edgewater »

"It was like Ms. Ollie was looking out for everybody," Ald. Harry Osterman said of his late friend.

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The six-story building will include a mix of studios, one-bedrooms and two-bedrooms, plus parking.

Edgewater »

Here's where parking will be restricted this week as Edgewater makes its way to the silver screen.

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The building at 6145 N. Broadway would now have 105 apartments — down from 187 — and 45 parking spaces.

Uptown »

Uptown youths battled Lincoln District police in an exhibition game Wednesday night.