Articles By Justin Laurence
New CPS Athletic Field Near Diversey Driving Range Would Fix Notoriously Flooded Field, Officials Say
If all goes well the field could open next fall, but neighbors who live close to the field worry it will attract rowdy adult sports leagues.
The dispensary was burglarized earlier this month and the burglar made off with more than $100,000 in cash, police said.
Cresco Labs, which is billing the dispensary as "one of the largest dispensaries in the world," still needs a special-use permit before it can open.
Ald. Michelle Harris asked for a vote on the zoning change to be delayed for now so she can gather more community input.
If approved, PharmaCann would be the neighborhood's second weed dispensary along Milwaukee Avenue.
Officials say prices will come down when supply catches up to demand. But for now, some buyers are treating legal weed like a special bottle of whiskey.
Lakefront Trail Turned Into ‘Piles Of Asphalt’ In Places After Weekend Storm: ‘Worst I’ve Ever Seen’
The hardest hit areas likely won't be fixed until spring, a CDOT official said.
Downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly said he doesn’t see how any shop will be able to profit with the city's proposed restrictions and upfront costs.
Is Your Weed Shop Open? All But One Dispensary Closed To Recreational Customers After Supply Wiped Out
Seven-hour lines, high taxes and low supply have some Chicagoans going back to their weed dealer.