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The 94-year-old building was sold to developers in December and is slated to become residential units.

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"It's a beautiful, amazing, unique space," the new owner told a neighborhood group.

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The bikes will be given to young local residents in the Becoming A Man program, Girl Forward and more.

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After years of failed development plans, the building could become a banquet hall.

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The neighborhood's previous dog park at Foster Beach became unusable after the lake rose several feet. 

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A longtime resident, youth group leader and Chicago police officer were honored for their dedication.

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When all of the elevators broke at the Edison Chicago, residents said they had had enough.

O'Hare »

Representatives of the rental car industry want operations at O'Hare and Midway exempted from the law.

Edgewater »

The plan seeks to suss out new potential places in residential and commercial corridors for cyclists.

Andersonville »

The property has historical significance (including a 110-year-old tree), residents said.

Edgewater »

The Metra station planned for Ravenswood and Peterson avenues is ready, but has been on hold for years.

Edgewater »

Ald. Harry Osterman said he was "pro-growth" but wanted developments "on the terms of the people."

Edgewater »

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

Edgewater »

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.