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Ravenswood, Lincoln Square And North Park Neighbors Can Volunteer At These Earth Day Clean Up Events
Volunteers at the clean up events will need to wear mask and follow social distancing rules.20 minutes ago
Cloud Kitchens Isn’t Following A City Rule To Lessen Traffic Woes, North Center Neighbors Say
City officials told Cloud Kitchens to stop allowing customers to pick up orders from Rockwell Street. But the business is still doing it, residents said.3 hours ago
Want To Learn More About City’s New Rules On Coach Houses And Garden Units? Check Out Webinar Next Week
Starting May 1, property owners in five pilot areas can apply to add garden apartments, attic apartments and coach houses to their buildings.7:22 AM CDT
Miko’s Italian Ice Opens Logan Square And Irving Park Locations For The Season
Current flavors include lemon, blueberry, strawberry, coconut, mango, banana chip, passionfruit and raspberry.
Lincoln Square’s Canna Bella Lux Hosting 4/20 ‘Weed Girls’ Mixer At Davis Theater
The event includes a screening of “Mean Girls" and a swag bag with cones from the smoke shop, popcorn and more.
Bon Femmes Expands From Online Shop To Ravenswood Storefront With A Focus On Female Artists
The Bon Femmes store, 4917 N. Damen Ave., will only be open Saturdays, but customers will still be able to shop online. The store sells accessories, art and home decor made exclusively by women.
Night Game Lights At Welles Park Would Help Kids Baseball And Local Businesses, Supporters Say. City Will Decide This Month Whether To Approve Them
A nonprofit group asked the Park District for a quick decision so it can apply for grants to pay for the lights. Some critics say the process is moving too fast.
Thorek May Sell Parts Of Bethany Methodist Hospital And Retirement Home In Ravenswood, Alderman Says
Thorek purchased the Bethany property in 2019 for $22.5 million but has shared little about its plans for the space.
Building Winnemac Dog Park Will Be A ‘Tall Order,’ But Lincoln Square Neighbors Say They’re Up To The Task
The group has $100,000 of city funds they can use for construction, but they only have until 2023 to spend it — or it goes back to the city.
Lincoln Square Farmers Market Returns In May
The Tuesday and Thursday markets will resume first week of May and continue weekly until late fall.
After Months Of ‘Radio Silence,’ Developer Back To Square One After Ravenswood Neighbors Reject Plan To Turn Church Into Apartments
Developers unveiled their proposal for Philadelphia Romanian Church of God months ago. Then there was no news or response to neighbor feedback.
Electric CTA Buses Hit Chicago Streets — And More Coming In Years Ahead
The CTA has begun testing out electric buses on the No. 66 Chicago route. If testing goes well, the city agency will move forward with its plan of making the entire fleet electric by 2040.
Developer Of Mystery Lincoln Square Grocer Still Won’t Speak To Public Even After Alderman Threatens Downzoning
“The lack of concrete information or willingness to communicate without being coerced is troubling," one neighbor said.
Order Pizza April 28 To Support Horner Park Dog Park Improvements
Neighbors should use the code “FUNDHDP21” when they order pizza from Lou Malnati's locations at 4340 N. Lincoln Ave., 958 W. Wrightwood Ave. and 3986 N. Avondale Ave.
Can North Lincoln Avenue Come Back To Life? Alderman Unveils Plan To Boost A Long-Neglected Part Of Lincoln Square
The plan to improve a stretch of Lincoln Avenue will include design upgrades and a new arts district. Ald. Andre Vasquez also wants to improve motels with bad reputations in the area.
Developer Pitches Townhomes At Closed Lincoln Square Parish. Here’s How To Weigh In
If approved, the market-rate and affordable townhomes would be built at the former Transfiguration of Our Lord Parish.
Chicago Wants To Fine Employers Who Retaliate Against Their Workers For Taking Time Off To Get Vaccinated
"No worker should have to choose between keeping their job and getting the COVID-19 vaccine," the mayor said.
City Council Approves Northwestern Medicine Development In Irving Park
The $150 million project could break ground as soon as early fall, developers say.
North Center Neighbors, Fed Up With Cloud Kitchens Problems, Want More Action — And Fewer Meetings — From City
"We’re just tired of complaining and not seeing any results from the city,” one neighbor said. The city’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection says the issues are complex and can't be fixed overnight.
After Surviving ‘Stressful’ First Year, Burning Bush Brewery Hosting Anniversary Party This Weekend
Proceeds from the party will benefit Common Pantry. "That’s part of our mission, to be a local neighborhood brewpub that gives back to the community," the owner said.