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Lakeview »

Construction and poorly maintained trash have led to rats running around like mad, residents said.

Uptown »

The development at 975 W. Wilson Ave. will have 140 to 155 units.

Edgewater »

City officials approved a zoning change for the development Thursday, which is slated to have 20 units.

Old Town »

Lincoln Park Community Services faced no opposition in expanding to a new site at 1521 N. Sedgwick St.

Lakeview »

The Cubs will take on the Milwaukee Brewers at 7:05 p.m. Sept. 8 after the unprecedented time change.

Lincoln Park »

A state law allowing airport-style noise monitoring for Lake Shore Drive went into effect this week.

Wrigleyville »

Find out who once said efforts to start night baseball at Wrigley were "repugnant to common decency."

Lincoln Park »

With the North Branch Industrial Corridor quickly changing, buildings are going on the market. 

Lincoln Park »

Ald. Michele Smith said it was beyond foolish to allow developers to determine zoning changes.

O'Hare »

"Thousands" of constituents called Ald. Anthony Napolitano (41st) to reject the proposal, he said.

Lincoln Park »

One six-story apartment building will be constructed on the former site of the Market Place Foodstore.

Lakeview »

The project was approved in late 2016 after architects went for a more contemporary facade.

Lincoln Square »

The developments are being approved with the caveat that renters can't have zoned permit parking.

Wrigleyville »

The cameras will be placed as far as the Kennedy Expy., but will mostly be around Wrigley Field.

Lincoln Park »

The Plan Commission unanimously approved the North Branch Industrial Corridor Modernization Plan.