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Logan Square »

Cars parked on the main, center section of the boulevards led to too many accidents, alderman says.

Lakeview »

Ald. Waguespack said police are looking into whether attacks in Lakeview and Logan Square are related.

Logan Square »

Reconfiguring the square would be on the "scale of the Bloomingdale Trail,” one alderman said.

Downtown »

Proposals to raise taxes are meant to "protect Chicago taxpayers' pockets," said Ald. Scott Waguespack.

Downtown »

Under the ban, drones also would be limited to flying no more than 400 feet off the ground.

Downtown »

The City Council called on the Police Department to explain a backlog in processing rape evidence kits.

Downtown »

Ald. Will Burns, chairman of the committee, said some testimony left everyone "thoroughly depressed."

East Village »

A Fresh Start looks to federal housing laws in deciding its next step.

Lincoln Park »

North Branch Works held its final meeting Wednesday night to discuss plans for the industrial corridor.

Wicker Park »

Two trees are being installed Friday and despite looking finished, no one knows the building's tenant.

Bucktown »

The new ordinance follows a year of headline-grabbing incidents at or outside Chicago nightclubs.

Bucktown »

The family of the victim, Deonta Jackson, 35, filed a suit against the city and the nightclub Monday.

Lincoln Square »

Voters in several North Side 'hoods sent mixed messages between their mayoral and aldermanic choices.

Downtown »

The seven remaining members of the Progressive Reform Caucus all won re-election.

North Center »

Resurfacing on Damen from Diversey and Belmont is expected to start Friday and last through May.