Dixmoor Sends Plea For Help As Water Pressure Down To A Trickle In Parts Of South Suburb“We need help,” Village President Fitzgerald Roberts said in a statement Wednesday morning. “We need someone who can help us find this problem.”
Water Pressure Problems Persist In Dixmoor, Boil Order Remains In EffectWater problems persisted Tuesday in south suburban Dixmoor, where a boil order remains in effect.
Amid Continuing Water Pressure Woes In Dixmoor, Residents Aren't Confident The Next Fix Will Be The LastResidents of south suburban Dixmoor were frustrated again on Sunday, as they went on a second day in a row with water issues.
Water Service Restored In Beverly, Morgan Park After Second Outage This Month; No Boil Order IssuedThe Chicago Department of Water Management confirmed two power issues between 9:15 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday affected pressure for drinking water from the Roseland Pumping Station, affecting service in Beverly and Morgan Park.
Boil Order Lifted For Beverly, Morgan Park, Roseland After Outage At Pumping StationCity officials have lifted a boil order that was issued for parts of the Beverly, Morgan Park, and Roseland neighborhoods on Thursday, after a brief outage at the Roseland Pumping Station.
Boil Order In Effect, South Side Pumping Station Back Online After Thousands Of Homes Went Without WaterA 110-year-old water pumping station on the South Side has gone offline, leaving thousands of homes without water service Thursday morning.
Broken Pipe Disrupts Water Service In Southern IllinoisA broken water main in southern Illinois has left several cities short of water, forcing the closing of schools and businesses.
Church Leaders Want City To Reinstate Free Water For Non-ProfitsDozens of Chicago area religious leaders held a news conference Tuesday morning in Bronzeville, saying that no longer getting free water service could force them to halt some services for the needy.
Des Plaines May Quit Buying Water From Chicago Officials in Des Plaines are considering quitting buying water from the City of Chicago, on the grounds that it is too expensive.
Water Main Break Shuts Off Service To Neighbors In Norwood ParkA 12-inch water main break caused headaches Monday morning for residents of the Northwest Side’s Norwood Park neighborhood.
Emanuel Seeks To Improve City's Business ClimateMayor-elect Rahm Emanuel says he wants his team to redesign a government that doesn't discourage businesspeople from doing business with the city.