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Mt. Greenwood »

Shimoda is the first Special Olympics athlete to inducted into the Chicagoland Sports Hall of Fame.

River North »

"Next year" is here after last year produced the first Cubs World Series victory in 108 seasons.

Old Town »

The Old Town chocolate shop also has edible goats for fans to devour the curse.

Wrigleyville »

The Cubs are moving the quirky outfield bullpens under the bleachers when the season ends.

Roscoe Village »

Lake View H.S. was the first CPS school to enjoy home field advantage at the gleaming new stadium.

Roscoe Village »

The new ball diamond—a public/private partnership—is the North Side's first IHSA regulation-size field.

Logan Square »

The actors will square off in a game of WhirlyBall to benefit real-life first responders in October.

Lakeview »

Kid K had drinks "with everybody in the house" Wednesday night at Side Street Saloon.

River North »

Proceeds from the fourth annual Woody's Winter Warm Up will benefit the Wood Family Foundation. 

Wrigleyville »

On Saturday, Cubs representatives and public officials officially broke ground on the project.

Uptown »

Betsy Storm's "Bright Lights of the Second City" delves into their influences and successes.

Near West Side »

Ex-Cub announces UIC scholarship program for students from Austin, Englewood, Humboldt Park and Lawndale.

Edison Park »

Community leaders want to renovate the playlot and rename it for Edison Park native John McDonough.

Lincoln Square »

Kerry Wood and the Cubs broke ground on a high-tech field that could host statewide baseball tournaments.