Chicago's black techies came together at Google's Chicago office to discuss closing the black tech gap.
The iPhone app gives you 15-60 seconds to nab deals at Lincoln Park hot spots.
The award is for women who "work in our communities ... without a care for credit or recognition."
Nonprofits can get lots of Microsoft goodies if they can get into a hyper-competitive U. of C. program.
The university said it was able to successfully repel two attacks, but still doesn't know its attacker.
OpenGrid grows out of the city's Data Portal and attempts to make information even more accessible.
The ordinance is needed to address the "noise crisis" on the Far Northwest Side, the alderman said.
The Laboratory for Astrophysics and Space Research is getting a $19.9 million facelift.
You've got to take it slow or you'll end up on the ground, a Chicago area orthopedist said
DNAinfo's reporters followed the ups and down of life in Chicago's neighborhoods like no one else.
Here is your year in review Edgewater, Rogers Park and West Ridge.
Chicagoans have until Jan. 11 to apply for low cost or free trees through Openlands' program.
The Internet search company released its list of most-Googled terms of the year.
If they win, they'd receive $2 million a year for 5 years to completely design a new, updated facility.
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