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Downtown »

Aldermen asked about the "human costs" of doubling the city cigarette tax, as well as police staffing.

South Shore »

Patrons at the South Shore Cultural Center and Garfield Park will soon enjoy free Wi-Fi by Google.

Downtown »

Funds from the proposed tax would help fortify the city's budget and fund a CPS eye-exam program.

Little Italy »

Many residents were opposed to a Taylor Street liquor shop at a community meeting Wednesday.

Downtown »

The Finance Committee approved the settlement in a suit involving the Department of Transportation.

Little Italy »

A man planning a controversial new home on the historic street tried to sell the property.

East Garfield Park »

The projects will be paid for by $24 million in TIF money and completed by fall 2014.

Little Italy »

A new homeowner plans to build onto his front yard. Neighbors say it will disrupt the street's character.

Garfield Park »

Annual Back to School Parade and Picnic draws students and politicians to West Garfield Park.

Bronzeville »

Ald. Pat Dowell (3rd) will lead a bike tour through Bronzeville on Saturday.

Near West Side »

Almost 200 people, many of them children, turned out for King Elementary's second school closing meeting.

Near West Side »

A record $184 million in Illinois spending was generated by industry last year, governor said Friday.