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Woodlawn »

The Rev. Corey Brooks said the old Walgreens will be used for job training and business classes.

Downtown »

The class-action lawsuit alleges Walgreens "has not taken any steps to provide corrections."

Downtown »

LaCroix drinkers freaked out after stores incorrectly taxed the flavored water under the new "pop tax."

Lincoln Park »

"It should do well on Armitage," Foxtrot owner Michael LaVitola said

South Shore »

Walgreens is opening a pharmacy on 71st Street, but another location a half-mile away will remain open.

Downtown »

A low-rise office building once slated for a tower near Millennium Park could be sold again. 

Back of the Yards »

The joint investigation tracked "extensive theft ring" to a Back of the Yards warehouse, police said.

Andersonville »

Raymond Robinson's quick thinking helped police subdue a violent suspect on Valentine's Day.

South Loop »

The entire neighborhood would benefit from having the old post office occupied, Fioretti said.

Auburn Gresham »

Applications are now being accepted for a summer jobs program for youths between 16-24 years old.

Albany Park »

Mell stands firm in her demand that the proposed Walgreens put pedestrians before cars.

Albany Park »

Residents slam the proposed store's "anti-urban" design and emphasis on parking.

Lincoln Park »

The plans for the Walgreens at 834 W. Armitage Ave. have not changed since the last community meeting.

Edgewater »

The store joins the new Edgewater Library and soon-to-open LA Fitness in a developing area.

Edgewater »

A Walgreens and LA Fitness are also set to open soon nearby the two-story, $13.6 million library.