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Albany Park »

The ferals will just move the problem to another area, Charles Williams said, in response to alderman.

Lincoln Park »

Omar Magana of OPEN Center for the Arts turned student chimpanzee art into four sculptures.

Englewood »

Found abandoned in Englewood, Nina is with a Lincoln Park family and could have a permanent home soon.

Lincoln Park »

Kobe was 16, but had been ill and experiencing discomfort, according to Lincoln Park Zoo.

Logan Square »

For the third straight year, Chicago gets named the rattiest city in the U.S.

Morgan Park »

The rabid bat was found in the 11700 block of South Bell Avenue, 19th Ward Ald. Matt O'Shea said.

Lincoln Square »

Squirrels are at their most active in the fall, and will produce unintended consequences come spring.

Lincoln Park »

Lincoln Park has spooky doings, and the Children's International Film Festival kicks off at Facets.

Englewood »

The two-year-old dog, Nina, was found in an alley in West Englewood.

Lincoln Park »

Ald. Michele Smith said a spot at Clark and Belden is a "nest for rodents" that needs some concrete.

Mt. Greenwood »

The protest planned at Park Pet Shop last weekend was rescheduled because of storms.

Mt. Greenwood »

The owner of the Mount Greenwood pet shop said he, too, is appalled by puppy mills.

Bucktown »

A black cat party the weekend of Halloween, with everyone dressing up as a black cat, is planned.

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