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West Ridge »

The beautification project will focus on Devon from Kedzie to Sacramento and Western to Leavitt.

Bronzeville »

The city will resume construction this spring without an expected $2 million from the state. 

West Loop »

The lights could illuminate "crazy dark" streets under the Green Line, Ald. Walter Burnett said.

Jefferson Park »

The City Council will vote Wednesday to lift rush-hour parking restrictions between Warwick and Higgins.

Downtown »

Randolph, Kinzie, and Dearborn streets are all getting new or upgraded bike lanes this fall. 

Rogers Park »

Plans have been in motion since 2010 to repair the 200-year-old "hazardous" Rogers Park intersection.

Downtown »

Five people were arrested; more protests were expected Wednesday.

River North »

Despite Ald. Reilly's push to remove them temporarily, the city announced that it plans to keep them.

Bucktown »

The under-construction Cortland Bridge is 45 percent done after a summer of traffic.

Lincoln Park »

The neighborhood's three speed cameras saw a decrease in violations from March 2014 to March 2015.

Irving Park »

Speed cameras on Irving Park Road and Foster Avenue are among the most active in the city, data shows.

The Loop »

City officials began constructing bus rapid transit lanes on Madison Street last week. 

Humboldt Park »

The same camera misfired in 2013, ticketing parked cars instead of the ones speeding down the block.