- 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, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
City Council Delays Vote On Controversial Push To Expand Private Lot Booting
Private lot booting is legal in some wards, but some aldermen want it permitted citywide. Critics call the practice predatory while defenders say it's better than getting towed.
Rogers Park Development Scrapped After Developer, Alderwoman Can’t Agree On Plan To Coexist With Hare Krishna Temple Next Door
A developer sought to add 13 units to a vacant seven-story Rogers Park building that's next to the temple. The developer will rehab the existing building and won't add the additional units.
Hare Krishna Congregation Opposes Plan To Turn 100-Year-Old Rogers Park Building Into 20 Apartments
A developer is trying to turn a vacant seven-unit building into a 20-unit complex, but a neighboring Hare Krishna temple said the development could disrupt its congregation.
Dunkin’ Donuts Could Be Added In Rebuild Of Rogers Park Gas Station Next To Loyola Beach
The Shell gas station at 7138 N. Sheridan Road needs the city’s permission to rebuild its facility.
Rogers Park Senior Apartments Saved From Redevelopment, Preserving Vital Affordable Housing
The Chicago Housing Authority is partnering with a nonprofit developer to buy the 56-unit Levy House.
As Successor Sworn In, Rogers Park’s Longest Serving Alderman Says Thanks, Reflects On 28 Years
Joe Moore was defeated by Maria Hadden, who will become the 49th Ward's new alderman Monday.
Joe Moore Says Goodbye To Rogers Park As He Shutters 49th Ward Office
The new 49th Ward office will be located at 1447 W. Morse Ave. — where Ald.-elect Maria Hadden ran her campaign office.
Neighbors Of Rogers Park Women’s Shelter Say They Welcome Expansion With Open Arms
“The residents have never been disruptive. I am glad they are my neighbors," one neighbor said.
St. Anne’s Home Asks To Expand Its Rogers Park Facility To Serve More Women Struggling With Addiction
Neighbors will be able to weigh in as St. Anne's aims to expand from eight to 15 beds at a community meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Rogers Park’s Incoming Ald. Maria Hadden Says No Developer Donations For Her, More Immigrant Voices For Neighborhood
After ousting Ald. Joe Moore in the 49th Ward, Maria Hadden is ready to hit the ground running, but she has many lofty promises to fulfill.
New Target Near Loyola University In Rogers Park Set To Open April 7
The Target is part of the "Concord at Sheridan" development and will provide 111 units of housing, including 65 for the Chicago Housing Authority.
Maria Hadden Ousts Longtime Ald. Joe Moore In 49th Ward
With 87.9 percent of precincts reporting, Hadden had 64.5 percent of the vote to Moore’s 35.5 percent.
In The 49th Ward, It’s Up To Voters To Decide Who Is The True Progressive
Ald. Joe Moore and challenger Maria Hadden both call themselves the progressive candidate, but their policies differ sharply.
2 Photographers Say Ald. Joe Moore’s Campaign Used Their Photos For Mailer Without Permission
Moore's campaign says the first photo was fair game, but they refused to comment on the second photo, which features an L.A. cop hugging a child next to the words: "Alderman Joe Moore gets it done."
Where Is Our Mail? Rogers Park And Edgewater Residents Complain About Postal Service
Last week's polar vortex impacted deliveries, the postal service said. But residents said the lag has been going on for weeks.
Howard Street Brewing Wants To Open Near ‘L’ Station, Factory Theater
“We want to explore all of the different styles of beer, not just the popular IPAs and sours," brewer Chuck Patella said.
Fear Grips Rogers Park As Hunt For Killer Intensifies
"In 11 years, I've never seen so many RP residents concerned about their safety," one neighbor said.
Same Gun Used In Both Rogers Park Murders This Week, Police Reveal
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said they will saturate the neighborhood while looking for the killer.