Articles By Margaret Tazioli
The city claimed the family's Irving Park yard was filled with weeds and rodents. But that was not the case, a judge ruled.
Wild prairies are all the rage on the Northwest Side, and Margaret Plouff and Reed Adler decided to dig up their grass and create one of their own — on a budget.
150 Six Corners Neighbors Protest Alderman’s Point Decision: ‘Lake Gardiner: Where Blight Is Alright’
Calling the height "excessive," Ald. Jim Gardiner said he withdrew his support for The Point plan after developers canceled a meeting.
Meet The West Ridge Neighbor Who Killed His Grass On Purpose, Creating a Pocket Prairie In Its Place
It may look like a weed patch to the untrained eye, but all types of birds, bees and pollinators find this pocket prairie amid manicured lawns.
The bees arrived in 250 separate screened wooden boxes, all stacked inside a rental truck, ready to be distributed to Belmont Feed & Seed customers who pre-ordered the very active packages.
When the delivery truck of bees arrives at Belmont Feed & Seed and opens its door, you can feel the heat given off by the bees, said store owner Brian Andronic.