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Fourth of July

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Gage Park »

David Griffin, 42, died in the incident in the 2500 block of West 54th Street.

Edgewater »

A country club in Edgewater is the only place in Chicago to get a fireworks license this Fourth of July.

Downtown »

It should be a "fairly quiet" day in terms of weather, a meteorologist said.

Downtown »

The weekend is usually one of the most violent in Chicago.

Lincoln Square »

Sparklers are among the fireworks that are illegal in the city.

South Shore »

The Grant Park Orchestra will hold an encore performance of its July 4 repertoire on July 5. 

Lincoln Square »

Tips on how to make your barbecue environmentally friendly.

Hyde Park »

The annual parade starts at 11 a.m. on Tuesday and ends in Nichols Park.

Downtown »

The people inside the building don't mind it because the flag bathes them in beautiful colors and light.

North Park »

Residents Carmen and Tony Rodriguez have been blanketing the area with flags for the past 10 years.

Downtown »

The weekend comes after a bloody June for Chicago, when 72 people were murdered and 447 people shot.

Old Town »

The bridge has been closed since April 11 for its first major repairs since 1991, city officials said.

The Loop »

Trying to find the best place for fireworks in Chicago? Here's a guide to the perfect Fourth of July.

Wrigleyville »

The ballpark will host military tributes and a fireworks show on July 4.

The Loop »

Find the perfect fireworks display or parade for your friends and family with this DNAinfo guide.