Firefighters Battle Extra-Alarm Blaze At Former School BuildingCTA train service has been suspended between the North Side and the Loop as firefighters continue working to extinguish an extra-alarm fire Monday morning at a 124-year-old shuttered school in Lincoln Park.
Levine: Cubs Begin 1st Phase Of Rehab On Wrigley FieldThe new videoboard is set to be ready for Opening Day in 2015.
Nearly 18 Months After Devastating Fire, Roy's Furniture Returns To Lincoln ParkThe family-owned business at 2455 N. Sheffield Av. was reduced to rubble in an extra-alarm blaze in May 2012. A brand new building opened last week at the site of the old store.
DePaul Students AttackedDePaul University police were warning students to be careful of their surroundings, after a student was attacked near the Lincoln Park campus Wednesday night.
Ald. Tom Tunney Digs In Against More Signs, Night Games At WrigleyThe Cubs got the go-ahead Thursday to hold two more summer concerts at Wrigley Field, but that could be all they get for a while if local Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) has his way.
Officer, Others Injured In Brawl Long After Pride ParadeA Chicago Police officer was cut and injured, and at least one other person was reportedly stabbed, when revelry apparently got out of hand in the Clark and Belmont district in Lakeview – long after the vast majority of the crowd out for the Gay Pride Parade had gone home.
2 Weeks, 3 Smash-And-Grab Retail TheftsFor the third time in just the past few weeks, police are trying to find some brazen thieves who get into stores by smashing their way in.
Roy's Furniture Plans To Rebuild, Reopen After FireFire reduced Roy’s Furniture Company in Lincoln Park to rubble, but the venerable neighborhood institution is already planning a comeback.
Remains Of Lincoln Park Furniture Store Come Down After Extra-Alarm FireDemolition crews are clearing away what is left of Roy’s Furniture Company in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, which was reduced to rubble by an extra-alarm fire Tuesday afternoon.
Extra-Alarm Fire Burns At Furniture Store, Delays CTA TrainsCTA trains on the Red, Brown, and Purple Lines were shut down in the Lincoln Park neighborhood for nearly three hours Tuesday afternoon, after an extra-alarm fire broke out at a furniture store next to the 'L' tracks.
Storied Wrigley Rooftop Club Sold At Bankruptcy AuctionThe Lakeview Baseball Club, one of the oldest rooftop clubs on the streets surrounding Wrigley Field, has been sold at a bankruptcy auction.
Man Caught After Firing Shots In Weed Street Nightclub DistrictBond has been set at $250,000 for a man who pulled out a gun and opened fire outside a nightclub in the Weed Street District over the weekend.