Despite City's Vow That Wheelchair Access Would Be Restored By Now, Printers Row Construction Project Still Blocking SidewalksMike Ervin just wants the city to live up to its word.
Construction Site Makes Navigating Out Of His Home Difficult For Printer's Row Man With WheelchairThere is a fence that is blocking the entire sidewalk and a passageway that is too narrow for anyone in a wheelchair to fit through.
Printers Row Lit Fest Brings Out More Than 100,000 People In First DayMore than 100,000 people browsed the booths Saturday at the annual Printers Row Lit Fest along Dearborn Street.
CPD: Elderly Man Missing, Last Seen Near Printer's RowSpinks wears a hearing aid and has been known to have frequented the area of DePaul University in the past.
Printers Row Losing Its Last Link To Its PastChicago was once the publishing capital of the world for books, magazines, and catalogs. From the late 19th century through much of the 20th century, most of the work was done in one city neighborhood. As CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports, Printers Row is losing the last link to its past.
Man Killed In Printer's Row ShootingA man was shot and killed Wednesday morning while driving in the Printer's Row neighborhood.
River North, Printers Row Robberies Might Be RelatedPolice are investigating two violent robberies early Friday morning, and investigators believe the attacks might be connected.
South Loop Residents Want Old Jones High School To Stay As Neighborhood SchoolThere's a brand new, elite public high school going up in the South Loop, but there's controversy, too. Not over the new building, but over what to do with the old one.
Former College Basketball Star Robbed, Pistol-Whipped In South Loop CondoA high school and college basketball star was pistol-whipped and robbed in the middle of the day Monday his South Loop condo.
Report: Tribune May Introduce New Books SectionIf you’ve been missing the old Chicago Tribune Books section since its demise for the newspaper’s 2008 redesign, you may be in luck.