The Swedish American Museum has raised thousands to restore the tower, but needs an "extra push."
The Metropolitan Planning Council released a study showing what desegregation could mean for Chicago.
The city will resume construction this spring without an expected $2 million from the state.
The Department of Planning and Development set April 7 for the final public meeting on the plan.
National baseball writers weigh in on the season ahead.
The Legislature won't pass a bill allowing a toll lane, state Transportation chief complained.
The new office tower at 110 N. Wacker Drive would come with a new piece of riverwalk.
New housing for affluent Chicagoans soars as Cook County leads nation in population loss.
Business owners seek to rebrand former Madison "Skid Row" stretch from Halsted Street to Ashland Avenue.
Bringing a baby home can be stressful for your dog, but this expert said it doesn't have to be.
The first floor of Gino's River North restaurant is reopening as a brewpub next month.
Mya, a German shepherd mix, was wearing a collar designed to silence barking dogs, her owner said.
The store at 3250 W. 87th St. in Ashburn will close "on or about April 18," a sign read Wednesday.
Though many of his retail stores have closed, Richard Sears' legacy — and spirit — live on.
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