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Englewood »

Streets and San denies the charge, saying as temperatures rise, the salt will start working better.

Lincoln Square »

There are places in the city where one can walk on clear, dry pavement — and they deserve an award.

Wicker Park »

The city received 100 calls this year from Jan. 5-7, compared with 31 at the same time last year.

Downtown »

Psychologists at IIT are seeking participants for a wintertime seasonal depression study.

Uptown »

Albany Park and Logan Square residents braved the frigid temperatures at Montrose Beach for their pics.

Humboldt Park »

How long does fun last in subzero temperatures? About four minutes.

Lincoln Park »

After staying in Monday, Anana the polar bear ventured out Tuesday.

Lincoln Square »

Drop-in class is open Tuesday afternoon for kids ages 8 to 12.

Downtown »

Metra canceled 25 trains Tuesday morning due to "continued hazardous weather conditions."

North Center »

As city businesses shut down in the cold weather, North Center's new barbecue joint fired up its smoker.

Wicker Park »

The freezing cold weather affected sales and caused hourly workers to lose wages Monday.

Hyde Park »

Flocks of waterfowl more common to the Arctic coasts of northern Canada were seen in Lake Michigan.

Logan Square »

Ald. Rey Colon (35th) urged residents to avoid "winter wonderland disputes," such as those over parking.

West Rogers Park »

Jared Leonard wore the pig-head mask because "It was the warmest face mask I own."