- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Protected Bike Lane Coming To Clark Street In Edgewater, Alderman Says
The new bike lane will connect to an existing bike lane along Clark in Andersonville. Clark Street is a "spoke route," a direct biking route to Downtown.
Edgewater Esports Cafe, Put On Hold During Pandemic, Is Back In Play For Potential 2022 Opening
City Council approved plans for the esports center at 5214 N. Sheridan Road.
Clark Street, Sheridan Road To Be Resurfaced On Far North Side Starting This Week
Major reconstruction of Clark Street and Sheridan Road in Uptown and Edgewater is scheduled to start Monday.
Alderman Backs Apartments Near Berwyn Red Line After Developer Redesigns Project, Moves Affordable Units
MCZ Development's building will have five affordable units spread throughout the building rather than placing them all at street level, according to new plans.
TimeLine Theatre Pitches Plans To Move From Lakeview To Uptown, Renovate Warehouse Into Arts Center
The plan to move to a bigger space in Uptown and renovate the building at 5033 N. Broadway has been in the works since 2018.
As Long-Awaited Red Line Overhaul Begins, Officials Say Disruption To North Side Stations Will Be ‘Worth It’
The reconstruction will completely rebuild Red and Purple line tracks and create stations at Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr.
Development Next To Berwyn Red Line Stop To Include 77 Apartments, But Neighbors Say Affordable Ones Shouldn’t Be All On Ground Floor
The developer swapped out ground-floor retail for affordable apartments at Ald. Harry Osterman's request, but not all neighbors are on board with the plan.
Mayor’s Plan To Require More Affordable Units In Residential Developments Earns Key City Approval
The Lightfoot administration's plan would require developers building in most parts of the city to include 20 percent affordable units, up from the current 10 percent.
Edgewater’s Broadway Armory Hosting 48th Ward Vaccine Event Next Week
The vaccine clinic on Tuesday will be for those who work or live in the 48th Ward, according to Ald. Harry Osterman
Boil Water Advisory Issued For Part Of Andersonville’s Berwyn Avenue After Water Main Break
A water main break will require Berwyn Avenue residents to boil their water for five minutes before consuming it for at least a day.
Lakefront Fully Reopens For First Time During Coronavirus
The move comes after aldermen and neighbors began asking why lakefront parks and beaches remained closed through the winter.
After Sudden Retirement, 6 Candidates Seek Appointment To Become Far North Side’s State Senator
The candidates are seeking to be appointed to the State Senate seat being vacated by recently reelected Sen. Heather Steans.
Edgewater’s Ken Nordine Mansion Made City Historical Landmark After Preservation Effort
The historical designation comes after the home was bought by a wealthy Chicago couple, saving it from the wrecking ball.
Free Coronavirus Testing Site Coming To Edgewater Next Week
The one-day testing pop-up is free and available to people regardless of their immigration or health insurance status.
Cedar Street Bringing 180 Apartments To Uptown Corner, Second Part Of Massive Broadway Building Project
Cedar Street received initial approval for a two-building, 180 unit development at Broadway and Winona that will complement its 342-unit complex across the street.
Shots Fired During Andersonville Vigil For Man Killed Over Weekend, Authorities Say
No one was wounded in the shooting, which took place near a memorial for Daniel Zetina, a former Peirce student killed Saturday in West Ridge.
Andersonville Clock Tower Project Abruptly Scrapped After Alderman ‘Appalled’ By Developer’s Facebook Post
Ald. Harry Osterman said a post reading "we need to recruit snipers" amid civil unrest does "not reflect my own views, nor the values of" Andersonville.
Edgewater Public Art Exhibit Preserves Protest Art From Boarded-Up Buildings: ‘We Want To Continue The Conversation’
Street art created on the plywood of boarded-up buildings this summer is on exhibit in Edgewater storefronts through October.
Andersonville Clock Tower Apartment Building Proposal Leads To Clash Over Affordable Housing
A four story apartment building would bring a clock tower to Andersonville's Clark Street, but some neighbors said it needs more affordable units.
Business Owners Brace For Brutal Winter, Ask Local Leaders For Help Surviving
With budget constraints limiting the financial aid that can go to businesses, aldermen said they are using their platform to boost local shops.