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Bronzeville »

Chicago's second suspension bridge will be open to pedestrians by the end of the summer, officials said.

West Loop »

After two recent accidents, could a much-needed traffic signal be coming soon at Lake and Morgan?  

Englewood »

Ald. Anthony Beale (9th) ordered the signs taken down, but Ald. Foulkes is trying to get them back.

Downtown »

In Rome and Istanbul, archeological finds typically halt construction. But in Chicago?

Downtown »

The city fills the worst potholes first, instead of focusing on preventative measures, report says.

Downtown »

All lanes are expected to be open by 6:30 p.m. Wednesday after a nightmarish morning commute.

Downtown »

The ramp on westbound Wacker will be closed for about two weeks, the city said.

The Loop »

Giovar Jewels left in June and other stores along historic Jewelers Row said they may do the same. 

Jefferson Park »

Ald. John Arena (45th) physically prevented work from continuing on the project Monday morning.

Lakeview »

The city declared the project a success and said 10 people plazas are coming this summer.

Dunning »

The "exploratory dig" starts Monday, officials said.

Dunning »

Oak Park Avenue will be blocked off Friday, and work will start Monday, officials said.

Oakland »

The new 35th Street pedestrian and bicycle bridge should become a South Side "icon," alderman says.

Lincoln Park »

City's "available data" doesn't prove lucrative speed cameras protect kids and pedestrians as intended.

Downtown »

The bike-share system will cover 87 square miles of the city with 176 new stations.