Streets And Sanitation Crews Begins Removing 'Dibs' Markers From City StreetsIf you want to keep the lawn furniture, ironing board, or whatever else you used to save your parking spot last month, it's time to bring it inside if you don't want it hauled off to the dump.
Streets And Sanitation Workers To Begin Throwing Out 'Dibs' Markers Next Week As Heavy Snow Melts AwayStarting Tuesday, Streets and Sanitation crews will begin picking up any unclaimed "Dibs" markers along their daily garbage collection routes.
Snow Melting Machine Clears Evanston's Streets Of The White Stuff Piling Up Everywhere"We used to put all the snow in the parking lot and stack it up and just let it melt. And it gets really dirty."
Vacant Storage Building In South Holland Collapses Under Heavy SnowSouth Holland Deputy Fire Chief Bryant Krizik said part of a vacant storage building near 166th and State collapsed sometime on Wednesday, although it wasn't clear exactly when it happened.
Chicago Weather: Quieter Pattern Ahead; Slight Snow Chance AheadA quieter pattern is ahead for several days.
Chicago Weather: City Begins Clearing Side StreetsThe city also urged business owners and property managers to designate a handful of parking spaces in their lots to dump snow, rather than pushing it into the streets.
'Taking Care Of Each Other': Volunteers Clear Snow For Chicago's Seniors And The Disabled“If you’re shoveling and you’re able to shovel your sidewalk, check on your neighbors and see if there’s a senior on your block that you can help."
Many Cars Still Trapped As Chicago Side Streets Still Not Cleared Of SnowA spokesperson for Chicago's Department of Streets and Sanitation said they hope city plows can get off the main roads and onto the side streets sometime Tuesday evening.
Indiana Man Straps On Paramotor To Go Skiing Down Snowy Streets In NoblesvilleWith so many streets and sidewalks in the Midwest still buried under heavy snow from Monday's massive winter storm, plenty of people are no doubt looking for an easier way to get around than trying to trudge or drive through a thick blanket of flakes.
Chicago Weather: Pritzker Issues Statewide Disaster Proclamation Over Heavy Snow, Extreme Cold“I have directed my administration to use all resources at our disposal to keep our communities safe amid dangerous and ongoing winter weather,” Pritzker said in a statement.
Chicago Area Snow Totals: Nearly 18 Inches At Midway Since Sunday, 7.5 Inches At O'HareChicago has now had measurable snowfall for nine days in a row, tying a record set in February 2018.
LIVE UPDATES: Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Combines With Snowstorm System; Totals Reach Up To 18 InchesTotals will vary widely, as some locations could see as little as 4 inches, while others just a mile or two away may have more than a foot.
Chicago Weather: Chicago Starts Digging Out From Massive Snow PilesAfter a colossal winter storm dumped nearly 18 inches of snow on parts of Chicago over the past couple days, city crews and drivers alike have an immense task ahead of them to dig out.
Free COVID-19 Testing Event In Cicero Postponed Due To Heavy SnowCOVID-19 testing will be available at Morton College, 3801 S. Central Av., on Tuesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.; and on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Chicago Weather: Brutal Winds, Cold Moving In As Snow Moves OutThe National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory through noon tomorrow.