Chicagoans will be able to report potholes, trash can requests and more through a new city 311 app. Marco Verch / Flickr

New 311 App Allows Chicagoans To Report Potholes, Rats Or Employer Wrongdoing Anonymously — And Track City Response

Users can also submit restaurant inspection requests, report hate crimes and airplane noise or ask for a kit to test their water for lead.

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Nonprofit Presses Pause On Bold Plan To Redevelop Old St. Vitus Church Into Affordable Housing In Pilsen

Citing community concerns and historic hurdles, the Resurrection Project is going back to the drawing board.

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R. Kelly’s Studio Had Massage Table, Sauna And A Christmas Tree Inside (PHOTOS)

The city said Kelly's building houses plant-heating rooms, a steam room, bedrooms and more.

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Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club Moves Down The Street To Big Hill After Fire Damages Restaurant

The Bryn Mawr Breakfast Club menu will be served at Big Hill, which has the same owner, until further notice.