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South Loop »

The old-school South Loop deli has served presidents, police and a few crooks as well. 

Mt. Greenwood »

Under a little-known federal program, markers are being added for men who died more than a century ago.

Uptown »

The stagehands, who are now part of Union Local 2, allege unfair labor practices.

Downtown »

It was just a quick and easy thing to use, a spokesman said, before saying there were "pressing" topics.

Downtown »

The former governor is petitioning for two referendums that could lead to mayoral term limits.

Hyde Park »

Young's family said his radical politics were rooted in what he saw in North Carolina as a child.

Roseland »

"Black people are hurting the most in this budget impasse," said a student at the South Side school.

North Lawndale »

Before his death, Nikolaos “Nick” Mirkopoulos redeveloped Ryerson Steel into a buzzing film studio.

Jefferson Park »

Lionel Rabb, who founded the Ed Paschke Art Center, said he was humbled by the pardon by Gov. Pat Quinn.

Downtown »

The bill signed by the outgoing governor doesn't preempt Chicago's home rule, its House sponsor said.

The Loop »

State Rep. Mike Zalewski said he'd try to have a vote called this week in the General Assembly.

River North »

Ald. Brendan Reilly said the loss of Democratic voters in the remap led to Bruce Rauner's 42nd Ward win.

Downtown »

The governor-elect said he did not know much about the calls designed to confuse city election judges.

Lincoln Park »

Pat Quinn beat Bruce Rauner by 102 of the 43rd Ward's  15,518 votes in the governor's race.