| Sep 8, 2009
The not-in-my-backyard syndrome associated with power plants and waste dumps may also apply to red-light cameras in Illinois.
A new Tribune/WGN-TV poll finds most voters favor the traffic control devices -- in concept. But they don't want the cameras...
| Jun 10, 2009
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(WGN-AM)- Rebecca Blabolil says she always enjoyed taking her six-month-old puppy to the Montrose Dog Beach on the North Side--until he was dognapped.
Missing is Che, a pug-Sharpei mix, who went missing Friday afternoon at the beach at Wilson Street...
| Jun 13, 2008
Christopher Watson started his search for a condo by reading a tourism guidebook about Chicago, one that included descriptions of its neighborhoods. He liked what was written about Andersonville. After a job interview at Northwestern University in...
| Jun 16, 2008
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| Mar 20, 2009
Chicago developer Bob Angevin combined retail with rental property when he took over The Landmark building in Andersonville. He did the same at The Abbey condominiums in Hyde Park. So he was ready to venture into the Near West Side when the opportunity...
| Jul 8, 2010
Chicago is filled with reasons to celebrate in the summertime. The major one, of course? It's not winter.
We all have our own list of the joys of summer. At the very top of mine is power shopping — outdoors!
Throughout the city and suburbs,...
| Jun 24, 2010
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On June 2nd, 2010, George C. Kim sold his home at 1738 W. Summerdale Avenue to Jessica E. Linker. Ms. Linker paid $655,000 for the home.
Dr. George C. Kim is a Nephrologist, practicing in nearby Evanston, Lincolnwood and Skokie. He earned his medical...
| Sep 19, 2009
Celebrating its 30th anniversary on October 3rd, Women and Children First feminist bookstore is a treasured pillar of Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood. With thousands of titles by, for and about women and with a huge selection of children's...
| Dec 25, 2009
Susan Robbins and her husband were renting an apartment in Andersonville when they decided to take the plunge into homeownership. They found the home of their dreams in North Park -- a brick bungalow that needed repair with a yard that needed work....
| Mar 29, 2010
The Modernist IBM Building designed by Mies van der Rohe and the Andersonville Commercial Historic District, both in Chicago, have been listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service.
The IBM Building at 330 N. Wabash was...
| May 12, 2010
Once again area residents can find the fruits of the Midwest in farmers markets throughout the city and suburbs. Most are opening this month.
Farmers and vendors from Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan will bring produce, baked goods, cheese,...