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Albany Park »

The ferals will just move the problem to another area, Charles Williams said, in response to alderman.

The Loop »

West Englewood gets a lot of dog poop complaints. The Near North Side gets barely any.

Downtown »

Temporary parking restrictions, in effect through November, available the day before sweep and online.

Bucktown »

Confusion reigned as the city switched to "bagless" recycling. "Stick to basics," recycling chief urged.

Irving Park »

You can put your recyclables in a plastic garbage bag, but you can't recycle plastic grocery bags.

Lincoln Square »

Community organizations across the area will be sprucing up the neighborhoods in honor of Earth Day.

Englewood »

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

Downtown »

The annual ban on 107 miles of major streets citywide could leave many motorists lighter in the wallet.

University Village »

University Village residents say dead pigeons, poor lighting and potholed streets are also problematic.

Gold Coast »

The Streets and Sanitation truck was carrying a heavy load, but no one was injured, police said.

Near West Side »

Some of the last areas of the city without recycling pickups will get the service starting in October.

Chinatown »

The city said delivery of recyling carts is set to begin Oct. 7.

Auburn Gresham »

Health department traps caught the mosquitoes in Auburn Gresham, Washington Heights and Forest Glen.

Roscoe Village »

The city is also adding forestry crews to handle regular tree trimming and maintenance.

Lakeview »

Wrigleyville residents must clean up litter on their lawns, even if rowdy Cubs fans put it there.