Rats 'The Size Of Possums' Swarm Old Town Apartment ComplexResidents of a public housing complex in the Old Town neighborhood said the facility has been overrun by huge rats, which have become an even greater nuisance due to ongoing renovations.
Construction Set To Begin This Summer On 95-Story Vista TowerGround will soon be broken on what will be Chicago's third tallest building, reports WBBM’s Lisa Fielding.
CDOT: Partial Nightly Lane Closures Coming To Loop Near City Hall The Chicago Department of Transportation announced several weeks of nightly partial lanes closures are coming to a Loop intersection near City Hall.
Southbound LSD Ramp To I-55 Closure Scheduled For Tuesday The ramp from the southbound lanes of Lake Shore Drive to the outbound Stevenson Expressway (I-55) will close early Tuesday as part of the ongoing Lake Shore Drive/Interstate 55 Interchange Project.
Adams Street Bridge Reconstruction Project Begins Monday NightA major bridge reconstruction projects gets underway downtown Monday night.
Lane Closures On Columbus Drive Begin MondayLane closures on Columbus Drive near Millennium Park are scheduled to begin Monday for road maintenance.
Lane Closures Planned On Elk Grove Village Roads For I-90 Work Overnight lane closures are scheduled to begin Saturday on local roads in northwest suburban Elk Grove Village as construction continues on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway.
Drivers Fuming As City Takes A Mulligan On Expensive Loop Street ProjectCBS 2's Brad Edwards reports on the expensive do-over, which isn't easing traffic congestion downtown.
City Already Digging Up Newly Created Loop Link Bus Lane For Being Too NarrowCrews are now back at work, tearing up the pavement again on eastbound Washington between Clark and Dearborn.
No Injuries After Concrete Wall Collapses On Construction SiteNo one was injured when a section of a concrete wall collapsed Thursday afternoon at a building under construction in the West Loop.
The 'Byrne Burn': Ramp Cramp Begins This WeekendHere's what to expect as crews begin closing and working on portions of the Byrne Interchange.
Church Working To Get More African-Americans Into The Construction IndustryThe fair was open to a variety of construction jobs, including pipefitters, operating engineers, electricians, represented by 22 labor unions.

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