A woman says she was tricked into letting a young man into the lobby of her East Lakeview neighborhood residence this week, only to be beaten and robbed by the suspect.
More changes are coming to the vibrant stretch of Broadway that runs through the East Lakeview neighborhood – and they don’t all involve Wal-Mart.
When the Gay Pride Parade comes around next year, the floats and marchers might be passing not one, but two Wal-Mart stores on the route.
The City of Chicago wants to move three residents of the Boystown neighborhood to another part of town – because other residents may be killing them with kindness.
Deer are commonplace in some places within the city limits, such as the North Park Village Nature Center or the forest preserves in outlying neighborhoods. But not in East Lakeview.
A woman is dead, after plunging from a high-rise on Sheridan Road in the East Lakeview neighborhood.
The organizer of the Facebook group dedicated to stopping a planned Wal-Mart store in East Lakeview took the group offline over the weekend, saying continuing the fight now is a “waste of time.”
A community group on Monday evening voted overwhelmingly against a plan by Wal-Mart to move into the East Lakeview neighborhood.
Members of a community group are set to take a vote this evening on whether they support a proposed Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood.
Ald. Proco “Joe” Moreno (1st) said today that Wal-Mart would be an ill-fitting addition to his ward, and says he told the retailer as much.
Plans are afoot for a new storefront operated by State Farm in the East Lakeview neighborhood – with no merchandise to sell.
The former Chicago Department of Public Health official convicted of killing a cab driver six years ago has been paroled.
Residents of the East Lakeview neighborhood are not backing down in their efforts to stop a Wal-Mart store from moving in.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) says he wants to see some revisions to the plan for a Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, while community activists still hope to keep the store out altogether.
Wal-Mart is ramping up its expansions in Chicago, now with reported plans for a small-scale store in the River North neighborhood.
Neighbors discussed a major project involving an expansion for St. Joseph Hospital in East Lakeview last night.
Wal-Mart proposes building a downsized store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, but residents gave the retailer a not-so-warm welcome Monday night at a public meeting.
As activists clamor for a Wal-Mart store in the Little Village neighborhood, Wal-Mart is instead moving ahead with plans for a new store in East Lakeview despite heated opposition.
The Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce met last week with Wal-Mart representatives to discuss a controversial possible new store in the neighborhood.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) said Monday night that he hopes a full-service grocery store will be part of a new plan for the long-vacant lot in East Lakeview where a new Dominick’s was supposed to be built.