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Sauganash »

The church would replace Monastero's Ristorante & Banquets, 3935 Devon Ave., after it closes next month.

Lincoln Park »

A proposed liquor store at 2154 N. Halsted faced a local critic who said it would disrupt a quiet area.

Old Town »

"We can help," said Lydia Murray of Lincoln Park Community Services. "You need us. We need you."

Portage Park »

The alderman wants to "make sure we have the safest possible plan, that works for everybody," he said.

Old Town »

The Zoning Board of Appeals approved the 50-unit Old Town project.

River North »

Apartment projects have been the rage post-recession, but River North is seeing condos again.

Lakeview »

Neighbors demanded a 99 percent crime-free clientele, which Rosecrance said it could not guarantee.

Rogers Park »

The plan calls for a six-story, 145-room hotel at Sheridan Road and Albion Avenue.

Lincoln Square »

The charter school operator requested a continuance until May on a zoning change request.

Rogers Park »

Ald. Moore backed the planned hotel as the proposal went before the Zoning Board of Appeals Friday.

Lincoln Square »

Pathways in Education has plans to open a school next to the MB Bank building at Lawrence and Western.

Irving Park »

Owners of a proposed tattoo parlor in Irving Park told residents it would be more like a high-end salon.

Downtown »

Ald. Edward Burke asked a zoning hearing to be postponed as three other dispensaries gained approval.

North Center »

The Zoning Board of Appeals will allow the Cubs to continue operating a controversial remote lot.

Ravenswood »

Darren McGraw is still looking for a space to rent for his proposed wine bar on Lawrence Avenue.