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Bridgeport (Chicago, Illinois)

A Bridgeport address has become one of the most coveted on the South Side. The sound of condo and townhouse construction competes with the serenity of its tree-lined streets. Read more about Bridgeport, Chicago
A Bridgeport address has become one of the most coveted on the South Side. The sound of condo and townhouse construction competes with the serenity of its tree-lined streets. Read more about Bridgeport, Chicago « Show less

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  • Authorities trying to ID body found in Chicago River

    Authorities trying to ID body found in Chicago River
    Officials are trying to identity of a body that was pulled from the Chicago River in an industrial area near the Bridgeport neighborhood. The body of the male was found floating in the river around at 3:55 p.m. in the 2500 block of South Corbett Street,...
  • Firefighter taken to hospital from Bridgeport blaze

    Firefighter taken to hospital from Bridgeport blaze
    A firefighter was taken to a local hospital from the scene of a fire in the Bridgeport neighborhood, fire officials said. The firefighter started feeling ill at the fire, which broke out early this morning in the 3200 block of South Aberdeen Street,...
  • 1 killed, 6 wounded in overnight shootings across Chicago

    1 killed, 6 wounded in overnight shootings across Chicago
    A man was fatally shot as he parked his car in his garage in the Bridgeport neighborhood this morning and at least six people were wounded in overnight shootings across Chicago, police said. Bai Wei Wang, 55, of the 3000 block of South Haynes Court,...
  • New on the scene: Bridgeport

    New on the scene: Bridgeport
    If you only find yourself in Bridgeport for a Sox game, beers at Maria's Community Bar or the occasional meatball sub at Ricobene's, it's time to return. Three new restaurants have opened in the past month alone, which boosts dining options in this mostly...
  • Dog rescued from South Side building that caught fire

    Dog rescued from South Side building that caught fire
    A dog was pulled out of a three-story Bridgeport neighborhood building after it caught fire this afternoon. Firefighters were called to the brick three-flat style building in the 800 block of West 33rd Street about 2:15 p.m., but no people were injured,...
  • Man who said he had Harry Potter bomb pleads guilty in fake NATO threat

    Man who said he had Harry Potter bomb pleads guilty in fake NATO threat
    A reputed member of the anarchist “Black Bloc” pleaded guilty today to threatening to blow up a train overpass during the NATO summit and was sentenced to 4 years in prison by a Cook County judge. Sebastian Senakiewicz, 24, was arrested in...
  • Injuries, arrests in clashes between protesters and police

    Injuries, arrests in clashes between protesters and police
    A standoff between police and anti-war demonstrators near the NATO summit at McCormick Place left several protesters bloodied and led to dozens of arrests, as delegates gathered for the first of two days of meetings. The confrontation, which flared up...
  • Lawyers for NATO protesters allege improper arrests

    Lawyers for NATO protesters allege improper arrests
    Officers wearing Chicago Police uniforms raided an apartment in Bridgeport late Wednesday and detained at least eight activists without justification, lawyers working on behalf of NATO protesters alleged today. Police refused to provide any details about...
  • Peaceful start to NATO protests

    Peaceful start to NATO protests
    Despite much hand-wringing for city officials, the first rally of the NATO weekend -- and two impromptu marches it inspired -- went off without any major incidents Friday. The two groups of protesters that had been marching through the Loop converged...
  • Chicago outdoor farmers markets expand access for low income shoppers

    Chicago outdoor farmers markets expand access for low income shoppers
    Some early Chicago area farmers markets will open their tables this month with the first produce of the season--although wacky temperatures coaxed ramps and asparagus out in April this year. Among the first will be Green City Market, which moves outdoors...
  • Finding the perfect ally to help you sell your home

    Finding the perfect ally to help you sell your home
    Like many homeowners, John Kennedy bought his Chicago condo when home prices were high. But when he got married and wanted a bigger place, selling his condo seemed out of the question because he owed more on his home than it was worth. The solution for...
  • With 'Good People,' a look at class in American culture

    With 'Good People,' a look at class in American culture
    British playwrights love writing about class. American scribes prefer to probe relationships. So goes the truism and also, to some extent, the reality. Take, for example, David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning 2006 drama (and later a movie)...