Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

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Volunteers Needed To Shovel Elderly People’s Homes During Snowy Weekend, My Block, My Hood, My City Says

Up to 14 inches of snow could hit Chicago this weekend, and My Block, My Hood, My City wants to help people in need.

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Metropolitan Brewing Celebrates 10 ‘Incredibly Satisfying’ Years Of Making Beer In Chicago

Saturday’s party will be the first time 10th Gear is on tap and may be the only time the beer is served to the public.

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Flat & Point Brings BBQ From Fine Dining Chef To Logan Square

The restaurant, at 3524 W. Fullerton Ave., will serve elevated — yet approachable — fare that combines smoked meats with handmade pasta, locally-sourced vegetables and more.

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Up To 14 Inches Of Snow, Below-Zero Temperatures Could Hit Chicago Starting At 3 P.M. Friday

Your Friday evening commute could be rough, especially for North Siders.

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Huge Affordable Housing Complex Planned Near 606 Could Help Longtime Residents Stay In Their Neighborhood, Ald. Says

If realized, the project would allow "150 families to stay in [the] community that they have called home for so many decades," Ald. Roberto Maldonado (26th) said.

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New Coffee Shop Coming To Margie’s Candies Building

Baum Revision, the owner of 1965 N. Milwaukee Ave., was recently issued a permit to build a coffee shop on the ground floor.

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Vacant Since Mass School Closings, Von Humboldt Still On Track To Become Apartment Complex Geared Toward Teachers

The project, first proposed in 2016, would transform the shuttered school into a mixed-use development, where teachers can live, eat, shop and take classes.

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Can Chicago’s New Mayor Revive The CTA? Candidates Talk Uber Tax, Fare Hikes And How They’d Bring Back Bus Ridership

“I live in Bridgeport and I don't know what it is, but there seems to be three trains going north for every one going to 95th Street,” candidate John Kozlar said. “And that needs a change too."

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Demand For City-Funded Mental Health Clinics To Take Center Stage At City Hall — Again

Half of the city's mental health clinics were closed more than seven years ago.