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Report: Loyola May Close A Block Of Kenmore Avenue Permanently

Loyola University may permanently close a block-long stretch of Kenmore Avenue just south of campus, and some students are not happy about it. more

over 2 years ago | CBS 2 | Permalink

WATCH: Chicago Neighborhood Could Be Home To New Parklets

Life in a city as large as Chicago comes with plenty of oft-heralded perks, namely a seemingly endless plethora of dining, nightlife and cultural options... more

over 2 years ago | Huffington Post | Permalink

Curiosity Saved The Cat: Judge Blocks Execution Of Feline

You've heard curiosity killed the cat. In this case, curiosity actually saved one. more

over 2 years ago | CBS 2 | Permalink

Einstein Brothers remains closed after failing health inspection

Officials say the Andersonville restaurant failed a health inspection because of rodent droppings. Einstein can't re-open until it schedules and passes another inspection.

over 5 years ago | Alex Parker

Two restaurants closed after health violations

Einstein Brothers in Andersonville and Art Zone Cafe in Ravenswood were cited for having mouse droppings in their kitchens. They cannot reopen until they pass a health inspection.

over 5 years ago | Alex Parker

Book by Chicago workers advocate explores wage theft

Kim Bobo, executive director of Edgewater-based Interfaith Worker Justice, says millions of workers are denied overtime pay, paid less than minimum wage or not paid at all.

over 5 years ago | Claire Bushey

Management change at N. Side charter school angers parents

The school board voted unanimously to name American Quality Schools, a Chicago-based school-management firm, as the new academic manager of Passages Charter School.

6 years ago | Paul D. Bowker

Management change at N. Side charter school angers parents

The school board voted unanimously to name American Quality Schools, a Chicago-based school-management firm, as the new academic manager of Passages Charter School.

6 years ago | Paul D. Bowker

A big piece of Andersonville changes hands

RayMark Venture, which owned buildings housing Hamburger Mary's, Urbanest and Sir Spa, sells its portfolio of nine buildings on Clark Street. Some tenants are worried about the change.

over 6 years ago | Meaghen Lober

A big piece of Andersonville changes hands

RayMark Venture, which owned buildings housing Hamburger Mary's, Urbanest and Sir Spa, sells its portfolio of nine buildings on Clark Street. Some tenants are worried about the change.

over 6 years ago | Meaghen Lober

Noise disturbance in Andersonville raises questions

Loud, sharp noises may have been fireworks, but some residents believe shots were fired. The issue dominated the discussion at the Beat 2013 CAPS meeting.

over 6 years ago | Janice Scurio

Rollover crash injures five

A three-car accident at the intersection of Clark Street and Balmoral Avenue flipped a sport utility vehicle and sent five people to the hospital Wednesday.

over 6 years ago | Kwame Shorter

Rollover crash injures five

A three-car accident at the intersection of Clark Street and Balmoral Avenue flipped a sport utility vehicle and sent five people to the hospital Wednesday.

over 6 years ago | Kwame Shorter

Crime falls in Andersonville

Cops say burglaries, car thefts down

over 6 years ago | Patricia Schnepf

Crime falls in Andersonville

Cops say burglaries, car thefts down

over 6 years ago | Patricia Schnepf

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