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Ald. Leslie Hairston said the space would likely be split into two storefronts.

Streeterville »

Ald. Reilly said the "eyesore" on Illinois Street will be hidden when Whole Foods opens next year.

South Shore (above 79th) »

Shirven Mateen said his company is trying to get Dominick's to give up its lease at Jeffery Plaza.

South Shore (above 79th) »

City officials said four grocers are interested in the site, but the owner has not been cooperative.

South Shore (above 79th) »

South Shore residents met Saturday to discuss the future of the shuttered Jeffery Plaza Dominick's.

Edgewater »

Everything from soup ladles to deli cases from four former Dominick's is being sold at auction.

McKinley Park »

The grocery store has kept the pharmacy from the old Dominick's open as it preps for a springtime debut.

Norwood Park »

The store near Nagle and Devon avenues, vacant since December, is expected to open this summer.

Edgewater »

The grocer will also move into former Dominick's locations in Lincoln Park, West Loop and Streeterville.

Rogers Park »

Morse Market, Devon Market, Clark St. Market and more saw an uptick in business during the past month.

Uptown »

Ald. Patrick O'Connor has submitted an ordinance that would allow 8 a.m. liquor sales on Sundays.

McKinley Park »

Many items in the store have been discounted by 50 percent.

Wicker Park »

Anticipation of cold, snowy weather led to long lines and dwindling produce at Wicker Park's Jewel-Osco.

South Shore (above 79th) »

The grocery chain, including its 15 Chicago stores, officially went out of business Saturday.

West Rogers Park »

Customers scavenged for the last remaining items before Dominick's closes for good.