A parish in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood is trying to save its historic church towers.
The Ernie Banks and Harry Caray statues were removed from outside Wrigley Field on Wednesday, to be restored during the offseason while renovations are underway inside and outside the stadium itself.
After spending almost 70 years, submerged in Lake Michigan salvage experts pulled an old World War II fighter plane out of the water on Friday.
If the historic Wells Street Bridge had eyes, it would have seen the last streetcar run through the city.
The demolition of the Purple Hotel in Lincolnwood has been anticipated for nearly five years, but now an investor from Skokie wants to restore and preserve it.
One of the only public buildings to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 is re-doing its front doors, which are now 151 years old.
Grant Park was left a muddy mess after Lollapalooza this summer, but a month later, repairs are well underway.
A federal study has shed some light on the cause of perpetually flooded basements in the lakeside town of Beverly Shores in Northwest Indiana.
A Glencoe architect is restoring a run-down, years-vacant Frank Lloyd Wright house to look almost exactly as it did when built in 1915.