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Mariano's Could Move Into Old Dominick's Site in ...
A Mariano’s may move into a Dominick’s store that burned down in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood nearly a decade ago. The store, located on Broadway between Barry and Wellington Avenues, currently...
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Tunney Polls Residents on Moving Pride Parade Dow...
Should Chicago's annual pride parade float downtown? That's the question Ald.
(44th) has posed to residents. The Lakeview alderman said too many complaints about public drinking, crime and...
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Are America’s “gayborhoods” dying out?
Look out, gays and lesbians – the straight people are coming for your real estate. In “There Goes the Gayborhood,” a new book for the Princeton Press, author and University of British Columbia...
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Wrigley Field remake approved; lawsuit threat loo...
The Chicago Cubs earned another victory Thursday from the Commission on Chicago Landmarks — the second in a year — but it's beyond the outfield of their historic stadium where their unfinished...
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Chicago Cubs, Mayor Emanuel, Chicago Park Distric...
CHICAGO - The Chicago Cubs joined the Lakeview community and city officials at 1230 W. School Street today for the School Street Playlot ceremonial groundbreaking. Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts, along...
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McCarthy questioned by Aldermen over crime statis...
Chicago's top cop went to the City Council chamber Friday to defend both the way he fights crime and the way he counts it. When potential candidate for mayor Ald. Bob Fioretti questioned how Chicago...
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