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The "Welcome to Englewood" sign was unveiled Friday at 63rd Street and Yale Avenue.

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Carpenter Greg Zanis has been helping students build wooden boxes that serve as mini-food pantries.

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Despite residents' threats to take the crosses down, Greg Zanis said he plans to add more Sunday.

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The restaurant at 806 W. 63rd Street is open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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"You have helped to make us a much better company," Whole Foods CEO told residents as the store opened.

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State Rep. Harper has proposed a bill requiring ammunition be stamped with a serial number.

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

Englewood »

The first Barbershop Cease Fire Movement is at Ogden Park Sunday.

Downtown »

Business interests complained it was yet another burden placed on employers.

Roseland »

A series of changes are coming to bus routes and the Green Line.

Auburn Gresham »

Eddie Johnson, the former Gresham commander, is the right man to be police superintendent, Pfleger said.

Englewood »

The 15th Ward has nearly 600 abandoned buildings, 96 of which will be torn down under a city program.

Chicago Lawn »

Foulkes is hosting her first-quarter 2016 16th Ward community meeting at Claremont Academy.

Englewood »

“Affordable housing is incredibly needed,” said Steve Rappin, co-developer of the new housing.