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Bronzeville »

The Metropolitan Planning Council released a study showing what desegregation could mean for Chicago.

Bronzeville »

The city will resume construction this spring without an expected $2 million from the state. 

Lincoln Park »

The Department of Planning and Development set April 7 for the final public meeting on the plan.

Bridgeport »

National baseball writers weigh in on the season ahead.

Bridgeport »

The Legislature won't pass a bill allowing a toll lane, state Transportation chief complained.

Downtown »

The new office tower at 110 N. Wacker Drive would come with a new piece of riverwalk.  

Downtown »

New housing for affluent Chicagoans soars as Cook County leads nation in population loss.

West Loop »

Business owners seek to rebrand former Madison "Skid Row" stretch from Halsted Street to Ashland Avenue.

Lakeview »

Bringing a baby home can be stressful for your dog, but this expert said it doesn't have to be.

River North »

The first floor of Gino's River North restaurant is reopening as a brewpub next month. 

Mt. Greenwood »

Mya, a German shepherd mix, was wearing a collar designed to silence barking dogs, her owner said.

Ashburn »

The store at 3250 W. 87th St. in Ashburn will close "on or about April 18," a sign read Wednesday.

West Ridge »

Though many of his retail stores have closed, Richard Sears' legacy — and spirit — live on.

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