Police Sunday morning were scouring the western end of the Lincoln Park neighborhood looking for a man who robbed a sandwich shop at gunpoint.
A taxicab disobeyed a red light and struck another cab, which then struck a pedestrian and crashed into a liquor store.
From bowling to karaoke, the Chicagoland area offers many venues for celebrating birthdays while having a drink with friends. The following places will help you plan a memorable event.
Two Good Samaritans tackled a man who allegedly robbed a woman’s purse Saturday in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A bank was robbed Saturday in the North Side Lincoln Park neighborhood.
The suspect entered the hair salons, placed a duffle bag on the counter, showed a handgun and announced a robbery, according to a community alert from Area Central detectives.
For those excited about the release of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” there is no need to travel to Middle-Earth to celebrate the movie’s premiere in style. While you might not immediately associate Chicago with the Shire, the Windy City still offers plenty of ways to prepare for the movie’s opening on December 14.
The Ronald McDonald House held their first holiday party at the new Streeterville location.
Investigators in Chicago are trying to determine what led to the death of a 21-year-old Crystal Lake man.
Halloween and Christmas aren’t the only holidays with numerous activities for families in Chicago. Thanksgiving events and celebrations are a great way to enjoy the holiday with your family while spending quality time and giving thanks.
A woman and a baby were injured Monday afternoon when they were struck by a car in Lincoln Park.
The Web site Racked.com may be pitting trendy hipsters against young and snazzy professionals, as they ask Chicagoans to pick one of six intersections as the best for shopping.
Some neighbors are voicing concerns about a three-story Walgreens drugstore that is now planned for Armitage Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A man accused of trying to kill a Cook County prosecutor, who tried to stop an assault on two gay men, goes to bond court on Monday.
Lincoln Park residents are upset that a predominately African American church is leaving the neighborhood in two weeks, and a Walgreens is moving in.
A Cook County prosecutor was hospitalized Friday, after losing a lot of blood when two men attacked him for trying to stop an assault on two apparently gay men the night before in the park of Lincoln Park.
The fleeing suspect reportedly leaped from one garage roof to another like some daylight cat burglar. CBS 2′s Mike Parker reports.
Police are warning Lincoln Park residents about four recent burglaries in the North Side neighborhood.
A Canada-based tea café is setting up shop on three fashionable strips in Chicago.
Following a series of community meetings and input from area residents, Ald. Michele Smith (43rd) has rejected redevelopment plans for the former Children’s Memorial Hospital site in Lincoln Park.