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Bronzeville »

The card is designed to help undocumented immigrants, homeless residents and ex-felons, officials said.

Irving Park »

The project received the OK from the city's zoning committee and just needs full City Council approval.

Irving Park »

The Chicago Plan Commission approved plans for the new library on Thursday.

Beverly »

The Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute will be there to discuss the most beloved superhero in China.

Beverly »

The Science Alliance will visit the branch library July 11 with a mission of investigating superheroes.

Beverly »

The library's Lego Super Stars program starts at 6-8 p.m. June 28 and continues through Aug. 30.

Beverly »

The library at 1962 W. 95th St. will host the preschool event every Tuesday in June, July and August.

Irving Park »

The Independence Branch Library's new home will also include affordable housing for seniors.

Lincoln Square »

The libraries will be closed for a day of staff development.

Jefferson Park »

The city's Commission on Chicago Landmarks published a step-by-step guide for property sleuths.

Lincoln Square »

Master gardener Joan Murray will share tips for growing in small spaces Monday night at Sulzer Library.

Lincoln Square »

A systems upgrade, April 13-21, will temporarily disrupt services including placing items on hold.

Little Italy »

The new library, part of CHA's redevelopment of Roosevelt Square, is expected to open in 2018. 

Irving Park »

John Ronan Architects will design the first-ever permanent home for the 130-year-old branch.

Lincoln Square »

The Chicago Public Library is taking the pulse of patrons to help guide programs and services.