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Beverly »

Contractors arrived to survey the roof Tuesday just as questions about delays arose.

Humboldt Park »

It opened Friday along with the rest of the city beaches, which was a couple weeks earlier than planned.

Lincoln Park »

The 90-year-old building once served as the administrative headquarters for the park.

South Shore »

The cultural center's outdoor theater will be restored and its promenade fixed.

Roseland »

CTA says the impacted parks could get other improvements, like new athletic fields.

Rogers Park »

Neighbors also hung handmade signs this week reminding players to stay on trails and off the grass.

Chatham »

The land at 634 E. 86th St. detracts from the park, and a cleanup is one idea for improving the area.

Bucktown »

Frustrated dog owners said they're responsible enough for the city to rewrite the laws.

Humboldt Park »

Summer is here, and construction is ramping up after a disappointing 2015 without the inland beach.

Mt. Greenwood »

The pool at 3724 W. 111th St. saw $98,000 in repairs prior to its scheduled debut, an official said.

Mt. Greenwood »

Work begins Monday on the wheelchair-accessible ball field that dates back to 2005.        

Hyde Park »

Hairston said the old Millennium Park Segway station would block views of the lake and was a bad idea.

Humboldt Park »

The new and improved beach is on track to open in July, according to Park District officials.

Downtown »

The Chicago Park District quickly dropped a pay-to-play plan amid neighborhood opposition. 

Hyde Park »

The Chicago Park District will hold a meeting Thursday to find out what sports neighbors want offered.