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Downtown »

The quarter-mile track is scheduled to open in mid-December.

South Loop »

The park, which has been in the works for six years, will include a dog drinking fountain and play area.

Downtown »

Opposition has emerged to plans to put six courts in the northeast corner of the park.

Humboldt Park »

Organizers said they would help make Humboldt Park Chicago's "best and most modern natural resource."

Rogers Park »

Only five spots appear to be available each month out of 112 spaces between Lunt and Greenleaf avenues.

Near West Side »

The park's advisory council opposes the facility and won't take responsibility for maintaining its turf.

West Rogers Park »

There were plans in the works to name the park after an Australian-American architect.

Uptown »

The Chicago Park District is building an eight-lane running track and multi-use turf fields.

Streeterville »

The Magnificient Mile retailer will supply more than 400 lifeguards with gear from its Sun Tech line.

West Rogers Park »

The covered cement slab cost about $8,000, an official said.

Streeterville »

Resident said signs were needed to make clear the park and an Argo Tea shop were open to the public.

Near West Side »

A league's push to play on the one day Sheridan Park's field is open to the public was rebuffed.

Albany Park »

The boathouse is the third of four planned along the Chicago River and should be completed by fall.

Albany Park »

The property will increase "passive space" at Eugene Field, the Park District said.

Jefferson Park »

The plan will be submitted to the Chicago Park District for approval, officials said.