Jefferson Park, Portage Park
Police recommend parking in well-lit areas and installing a car alarm set to go off at the slightest amount of motion.
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Since 2008 — before the passage of the Affordable Requirements Ordinance — general fund dollars spent on affordable housing has fallen from $32 million to $14 million.
State Rep. Jaime Andrade, Jr. was live when he confronted a pigeon-feeding woman at the newly powerwashed Irving Park Blue Line stop.
Apparently people think Southern accents are more attractive than ours, to which we say: You're all jagoffs.
Chicago Shakespeare Theater's production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" will make stops at 18 parks this summer.
The deadline to appeal assessments in Jefferson Township is Aug. 16.
The shelter will host an adoption event this weekend to try to find homes for its cats and dogs.
Wednesday’s use of the insecticide Zenivex is the first Chicago spraying this summer.
Owners Chris and Jacqueline Murphy will serve up French creole cuisine when they open near Six Corners later this summer.
Plans for a mixed-use development with retail and residential components at the former Sears still haven't been filed with the city.