After More Than 2 Years, Old Town Family Prevails In Fight To Make Landmarked Home Wheelchair-Accessible
A judge recently sided with homeowners Bill Deakin and Lisa Diehlmann in their quest to build an accessible garage for their teen daughter, a plan a neighborhood group fiercely opposed.
CTA’s Abrupt Closure Leaves People Stranded Around City
"I have no idea how I'm going to get home," one man said.
Activists Beg People Looting Chicago: Please Don’t Destroy Our Neighborhoods
“I know they’re desperate,” said Asiaha Butler of Resident Association of Greater Englewood. “This puts trauma on the very people that help those individuals."
Fight Over Garage For Girl Using Wheelchair Continues In Old Town With A New Lawsuit — And Alleged Poo Flinging
The Deakin family has yet to move in to their home after upsetting neighbors with their plan to add a garage to the landmarked block.
Despite Efforts To Save Truc Lam Buddhist Temple, 120-Year-Old Building Likely To Meet Wrecking Ball
Originally, the building was known as the Ravenswood Club, and after that it was the Paul Revere Masonic Lodge.
Dollop Coffee’s Newest Shop In Ravenswood Opens With Expanded Breakfast Choices (Walk-Up Window To Come)
The new location at 1636 W. Montrose Ave. is offering free coffee to striking CPS teachers Thursday and Friday.
New Bubble Tea Restaurant In Rogers Park Will Offer Food, Board Games And Music
Although the grand opening for their first location is Friday, Tai Chi Bubble Tea is already eyeballing a second location near The Loop.
Behind-The-Scenes Tour Of Aragon Ballroom Available During Nov. 7 ‘Casino Uptown’ Fundraiser
The Aragon will be converted into a casino for the night to benefit the local chamber and Uptown’s community economic development organization.
Truman College’s Free Clothing Closet Is Helping Its Students Get Ahead
The free clothing closet is open every Tuesday and available to all students. So far, the closet has been run entirely off staff donations.
High Lake Levels Are Pushing City To Prepare For A Dangerous Winter And A Precarious Future
Chicago's needed lakefront repairs will cost in the billions of dollars. “The work we are talking about is with a 'B' and not an 'M' when it comes to money,” Ald. Harry Osterman (48th) told residents Monday night.
Wing Hoe Restaurant’s Edgewater Mansion To Be Torn Down For Apartment Building Under Newly-Approved Plan
The 106-year-old mansion at 5356 N. Sheridan Road has housed Wing Hoe since 1971.
As Lakefront Levels Reach 30-Year High, North Side Aldermen Frantically Work To Find Fix To Shoreline Problem
The city has installed barriers to prevent flooding onto Lake Shore Drive, but Ald. Brian Hopkins said they are nothing more than a band-aid.
Why We’re Striking: Chicago Teachers Tell Us What They’re Up Against
Teachers explain in their own words why they went on strike starting Thursday.
Peek Inside Edgewater Beach Apartments And Colvin House Mansion At Open House Chicago
Open House Chicago features tours of 15 buildings in Edgewater and Andersonville this weekend.
Here’s What To See In Rogers Park and West Ridge During Open House Chicago
This year's Open House Chicago, set for Oct. 19-20, features 14 buildings in Rogers Park and West Ridge.
Explore Uptown’s Coolest Buildings At Open House Chicago
This year's Open House Chicago, set for Oct. 19-20, features 8 buildings in Uptown.
A New Cafe Is Coming To Historic Edgewater Beach Apartments — With A Wine Bar If City Council Gives The OK
The owner of the Edgewater Beach Cafe has been working with the alderman and neighbors to bring a new cafe and wine bar to the historic pink building.
Two Employees Removed Then Returned To Dewitt Clinton Elementary School Following ‘Allegations’
According to CPS, its inspector general did not find any evidence of inappropriate behavior.
Hopleaf Chefs Bring Elevated Street Food To Former Pastoral Space In Andersonville
Gadabout is slated to open later this month with a focus on fresh flavor profiles and sustainability.
Asia On Argyle’s Shared Street — Where Cars And Pedestrians Are Equal — Is Here To Stay
After Ald. Harry Osterman declared the pilot design to be a success, the city officially made the shared street design permanent.