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A recent pedestrian fatality has reinforced the need to make the station safer, officials say.
The developer decided to pull its proposal after it couldn't agree with the city on certain stipulations.
The lab, which opens Monday, lets residents edit graphics, videos and music, as well as other services.
Recent approval to build the $378 million, 470,000-square foot hospital paves the way for it to open by 2017, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The city is asking residents and business owners to take an online survey.
The commission gave its OK Wednesday to the planned development at Route 60 and Saunders Road.
Residents are generally happy with the way the city clears sidewalks, the snow plow survey showed, and do not want to pay more for better service.
The money would reopen the Aquatic Facilities Tot Pool, as well as provide for other repairs across the park system.
The bill would hold parents accountable if they allow their children to drink alcohol in their cars, boats, campers or other vehicles. It's already against the law to allow them to drink in
The new “Sprinkler-Free Mondays” regulation applies to both automated irrigation systems and manual sprinklers
With the economic benefits of legalized marijuana working for Colorado, is your state the next in line?
Questions include whether the project is a 'done deal' and what would happen to the trees and historic home on the property.
The Robert McClory Bike Path could join the growing roster of U.S. Bike Routes across the country.
You can double check your polling place and see a sample ballot online.
Right now, the city does. Should that duty switch to residents? The city is asking for resident input in a short online survey.
Rep. Scott Drury has proposed legislation that would make posting explicit photos of someone without their consent a felony sex crime.
In Tuesday's State of the Union address, will President Obama channel the spirit of Pete Seeger?
The city will stop salting residential side streets and will salt other roads only after snow stops falls as it works to conserve what's left of its salt supply.
A surge of cyber attacks affecting millions of Americans has many of us wondering what to do.