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Edgewater »

What's now a leveled-off plot of dirt will transform into a micro-brewery and watering hole in months.

Uptown »

Graeme Stewart School and Trumbull Elementary School were both closed in 2013.

West Ridge »

Mayor Rahm Emamuel said the 20-acre park was among the 1,000 newly added acres of parks across the city.

Downtown »

Six aldermen sought a monthly garbage-collection fee between $9-$11 with reductions for seniors.

Portage Park »

Catherine Sugrue served as principal for a year after LSC members asked CPS to change the rules for her.

West Ridge »

Alderman and Starbucks' corporate office confirmed the menu addition, but a shop employee was unaware.

West Ridge »

Asphalt poured, bike racks in place and new grass filling in along the boardwalk mean the time is near.

Lincoln Square »

The new brewery and taproom will operate "in addition to and in unison with" the North Center location.

West Ridge »

Owner Erv Muller closed the butcher shop Monday after 25 years. "It's been a great run," he said.

Edgewater »

D and G Brewing, owned by fomer criminal justice professors, is making progress on Devon Avenue.

West Ridge »

Demolition permits were issued for the tower, but cemetery owners would not say what will happen to it.

Edgewater »

Free popcorn, family brew recipes and the smell of bread in the air could soon be the norm on Devon.

Ravenswood »

Ald. Pat O'Connor said the gym and facilities are "falling apart" and "haven't been repaired in ages."

Edgewater »

The 3,600-square-foot, 3-car garage homes will feature a wet bar, sunken living room and inland kitchen.

Edgewater »

The developer of the proposed 141-unit apartment building has applied for $10.7 million in TIF money.