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West Loop »

The West Loop salon's business license expired Sunday, and the salon hasn't applied to renew it.

Downtown »

Here's what to do if you think a towing company mistreated you or your car.

Morgan Park »

The bar at 11848 S. Western Ave. in Morgan Park has drawn the ire of neighbors for late-night loitering.

Mt. Greenwood »

Renita Fitness was set to host the event Saturday that advertised alcohol, food and a cover charge.

Mt. Greenwood »

The suit claims bad gas from the station at 3700 W. 111th St. led to a $550 repair bill for one driver.

Mt. Greenwood »

The gas station and convenience store has "been a bad operator for some time," Ald. Matt O'Shea said.

West Loop »

Under a new agreement, Red Kiva remains closed for another 60 days after a fatal shooting in September.

The Loop »

The city is sponsoring a workshop for any business with a liquor license to learn more about Happy Hour.

South Shore »

The African-American Small Business Expo is being sponsored by the city of Chicago.

Lincoln Square »

The owner has given up his food and liquor license; Fanta Sea will no longer operate on Lawrence Avenue.

Lincoln Square »

Ald. Ameya Pawar is at his "boiling point" with a business that neighbors say is an illegal nightclub.

Lincoln Square »

Neighbors said they're fed up with the lewd acts, loud music and blocked alleys, too.

Rogers Park »

The store's liquor license requires that that alcohol be only sold as an "accessory" to groceries.

Logan Square »

The owner of the Congress Theater says he's been unfairly targeted.