For many years, the Belden Deli was just a memory of an earlier time in Chicago, but now, a legal dispute is brewing between two restaurants that are both using the name.
La Crêperie at 2845 N. Clark St. is celebrating 40 years in business as what is considered the oldest family-owned French crêperie in the United States.
Workers poured out of the Daley Center courthouse and office building Wednesday when a suspicious package was found nearby outside the County Building.
A man was pulled from the Chicago River on Friday morning after he apparently jumped off the Clark Street bridge.
The profile of a small, but notorious hot dog stand in the Lincoln Park neighborhood has risen to the point where it is now the subject of a reality TV show.
The Gerber/Hart LGBT library has announced plans to move to a new site on Clark Street in Rogers Park.
Valentine’s Day might be all about heart-shaped boxes and red roses to some, but in Chicago, it’s not complete until a Tommy gun is fired.
Police are looking for burglars who tunneled their way through a wall to steal gems from a Lincoln Park neighborhood jewelry store.
When a 24-year-old man who had gotten into an altercation with another man in a Wrigleyville bar early Sunday saw that man approach him later as he stood outside, he thought he was getting a hug, but the other man stabbed him, police said.
A new coffee roasting house is coming to bustling Broadway in East Lakeview, according to a recent report.
After being shuttered for six years, the Hotel Lincoln at the corner of Clark Street and Lincoln Avenue will reopen in the coming months.
Two police officers were injured Sunday afternoon in a traffic accident in the Loop.
Two teen boys and a woman were injured in a stabbing Saturday night outside a strip mall near the Howard Red Line CTA station on the North Side.
A van slammed into a taxi downtown early Friday and caused the cab to roll over on the sidewalk next to City Hall, in an accident that sent four people to area hospitals.
The owners of the Cubs have purchased the lot directly across from Wrigley Field, where a prominent McDonald’s now stands.
Chicago Animal Care and Control is trying to track down three coyotes that surrounded a woman and her two dogs in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A Lincoln Park neighborhood woman says she is fearful for people walking their dogs on the North Side after a very close encounter with a pack of coyotes Tuesday morning.
The shuttered Borders bookstore at the busy juncture of Diversey Parkway, Clark Street and Broadway will reopen as a multi-level Walgreens drugstore, according to an architectural firm.
A renowned Swedish deli in Andersonville is back open for business after being closed during the summer, and says it is not going anywhere.
Police say a panhandler over the weekend followed a man off an ‘L’ train at the busy Belmont stop, then attacked the man and knocked him to the ground for giving him a mere $2.