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Lincoln Square Construction, Sewer Replacements Will Close Portions Of Foster Avenue, Ravenswood To Traffic

Foster Avenue will be closed at Ravenswood for ongoing Metra bridge construction through at least Aug. 16.

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Water Main Construction Starts Monday On Irving Park Road, Expect Traffic Delays

Expect additional traffic delays on Irving Park Road just west of the expressway starting Monday.

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Keeping An Alligator As A Pet In Chicago Is Not Only Illegal — It’s Cruel, Experts Say

After three gators were found in Chicago in the last month, experts are urging Chicagoans to avoid adopting the creatures, which suffer when held in too-small tubs or tanks.

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Here Are Chicago’s Best Bungalow Gardens, As Picked By 3,700 Voters

"It’s our little sanctuary," said Irving Park resident Michelle Weiner, who won for this year’s rear/side garden category.

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Some Black Kids Don’t Feel Welcome On The North Side. ‘Folded Map’ Artist Collaborated With Students To Find Out Why

A Chicago Park District program led by Tonika Johnson gives teens and young adults an opportunity to learn about the city — and themselves.

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New Lane Tech Scholarship Created To Honor Memory Of Student Sincere Ash

The "vibrant and charismatic" Lane Tech student died when he was hit by a train after he was reported missing from Lollapalooza last year.

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Cloud Kitchens Plan To Open In North Center Will Be Opposed By Local Alderman

Increased traffic, food waste and the history of its owner were all concerns neighbors raised to new Ald. Matt Martin.