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The North Branch Industrial Corridor Modernization Plan is now expected to be approved May 18.

Old Town »

"Oh, I love this," said the previous owner at an informational hearing with the Landmarks Commission.

Lincoln Park »

The Department of Planning and Development set April 7 for the final public meeting on the plan.

Downtown »

More cuts could be on the way after Gov. Bruce Rauner vetoed $215 million CPS had been counting on.

Downtown »

The city's new lawyer is Edward Siskel, a nephew of the late film critic Gene Siskel.

Brighton Park »

Only a fraction of Chicago homeowners claimed a property tax rebate, leaving a pot of cash available.

Downtown »

The mayor posted the video just hours before the President headed home one last time.

Uptown »

The suit was sparked by the Council's decision to give a city subsidy to an Uptown development.

Englewood »

Government agencies should be required to focus resources on areas with pervasive violence, Davis said.

Lincoln Park »

Three loft-style 1,500-square-foot apartments will be stacked on top of ground-floor retail.

Downtown »

The three referendums are only advisory, and won't have the force of law, officials said.

Logan Square »

"I'm a poor alderman," Santiago said Wednesday, venting her frustration at the loss of the perk.

Beverly »

Rat complaints jumped 34 percent in September and October this year as compared with last, data shows.

Bridgeport »

The new officers will be charged with rolling back a wave of violence that has swept the city.

Downtown »

KONKOL: City Hall lawyers don't want Rahm Emanuel to talk about the police code of silence under oath.