Don’t try to throw away your natural Christmas tree. Recycle it! Here are a list of dropoff locations within the city of Chicago: Bessemer Park, 8930 S. Muskegon Ave. Clark Park, 3400 N. Rockwell St. […]
Chicago’s official Christmas tree is lighting up Daley Plaza this hour after the official tree-lighting ceremony during the Tuesday evening rush hour.
The city will officially light up its Christmas tree on Daley Plaza on Tuesday, but that’s only part of the show.
Members of a Chicago church dedicated a plaque today in honor of Herman Schueneman captain of “The Christmas Tree Ship,” which, long ago, brought trees to Chicago and gave many to the poor, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
The gifts are unwrapped, and soon the pine needles will starting to fall to the floor, meaning it’s almost time to plan for the removal of your Christmas tree.
A would be burglar with a bit of the holiday spirit is now behind bars
From beaded photo frames to ornaments featuring inside jokes, the holidays are a perfect time to add a bit of kitsch to your celebrations. Three Chicago art stores give tips on how to add flair to decorations this year.
CBS 2’s Courtney Gousman talked to some tree experts to get the tips you need to know before making the big decision.
Tomorrow’s Halloween, but on State Street Macy’s is decking out its store for Christmas.
Organizers had hoped to use the proceeds from the recycling to help finance next year’s Christmas tree drive. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
If your Christmas tree has more pine needles on the floor than on its branches, it may be time to recycle it.
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As far as Christmas trees go, there are two kinds of people: real tree people and artificial tree people. But, which kind of tree is better for the environment?
After the turkey and the shopping comes the Christmas tree. Farms in McHenry County say this is one of their busiest weekends.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago’s first Jewish mayor, flipped the switch for the city’s 98th annual tree lighting ceremony at Daley Plaza on Wednesday.
Chicago’s Christmas tree was cut down this morning in spectacular fashion Thursday morning from outside a home in Western Springs.
The votes are in and Daley Plaza’s new Christmas tree for this year will be coming from the Spangler family in Western Springs.
Three finalists have been chosen in the competition for Chicago’s official Christmas tree.
The city is already hunting down the official Christmas tree that will grace Daley Plaza, beginning around Thanksgiving.
A north suburban homeowner was injured Monday after he discovered his Christmas tree on fire and tried to drag it out of the house.