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1 Gladstone Park Neighborhood Association May 30 meeting
2 Holiday lights back on in Gladstone Park as symbol of hope
3 Wrecking ball headed for DiLeo's restaurant/bank building at Central-Elston, with no immediate plans to build there
4 Bank plan well received but residents want Gladstone Park 6-flat proposal scaled back
5 Seven-story, 192-apartment building proposed on current TCF Bank site in Downtown Jefferson Park
6 Copernicus Center preparing for a 'new world' for theaters
7 Pamplin Media Group
8 Gladstone Park Bakery site up for sale
9 Food pantry set up in memory of St Tarcissus 'Coach Lou'
10 Lykins neighborhood shelters unhoused community members
11 Community Food to turn into upscale liquor store
12 Forum highlights candidate platforms
13 Redevelopment in southeast Atlanta pushes residents out near Beltline
14 Master plan for Gladstone Pk corridor to be presented at Dec. 6 meeting
15 Where to eat outdoors in Chicago
16 Candidate's challenge to Ald. Arena's nominating papers dismissed
17 Gang violence erupts in 17th (Albany Park) District
18 Copernicus Center To Host 45th Ward Candidate Forum With Arena And 3 Challengers Tuesday Night
19 Scarritt Neighborhood cancels annual Halloween event
20 Eastmoreland Historic District nomination drags on, as year ends
21 Art display would use old Red Star Inn sign
22 Association concerned projects could worsen school overcrowding, parking congestion
23 What Do You Think Jefferson Park's Transit Hub Needs? Master Plan Heads To City Hall Soon, But You Can Still Weigh In
24 Norridge Salvation Army offers aid with poverty
25 Proposal to construct 6-flat on Higgins receives support
26 Gardiner wins 45th Ward aldermanic seat, promises open zoning process
27 Art installation to memorialize victims of human trafficking in Lykins Park
28 Challengers go on the attack in lively 45th Ward aldermanic forum
29 Opposition to affordable housing in Jefferson Park is nothing new for Chicago
30 Colleen Murphy Elected President Of Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association
31 Search the employers receiving PPP loans in Illinois
32 Pamplin Media Group
33 Target on Foster Ave to include Starbucks, CVS and possible liquor section
34 New drive-through car wash planned for Lawrence-Cicero site
35 Jeff Park Forward has elections, extends boundaries, reports online voting for 45th Ward PB
36 Resident raise concerns on Milwaukee storefronts
37 No Peacock Lane. No Bike the Lights. Check out Starkwood instead!
38 Homicide reported near Melrose-Laramie; at least 4 shot over 7 days in 16th (Jefferson Park) District
39 'Portage Walking Museum' considered for Irving Park Road
40 Ever been to a neighborhood association meeting? How about a movie night in the park?
41 Commission approves housing plan for 5150 N. Northwest Hwy; segregation a key issue in the debate
42 Memorial to human trafficking victims installed in Lykins park
43 Residents hear tips on reducing energy costs
44 Housing project sparks demonstration in front of Ald. Arena's office
45 Throwback Thursday at The House of News!
46 Commission okays addition to church
47 9-Mile 'Portage Museum' Could Transform The Northwest Side
48 Neighborhood president worries about community spread of COVID-19 after KCPD event
49 BOE Candidates Make Their Case at the Final Candidates Forum
50 Work underway on Flanders Crossing bridge in NW Portland
51 Voters seek more economic development in 45th Ward, candidates say
52 Apartments Could Boost Business In Jeff Park, But Local Chambers Opposed
53 Lykins Neighborhood on stellar trajectory
54 The N.J. towns where you can trick-or-treat in 2020 (10/18/20)
55 After Pulling Austin-Foster Dog Park Funding, Ald. Gardiner Defends Decision To Scrap Arena-Era Participatory Budget Plans
56 As New York City’s Covid-19 Lockdown Nears, Confusion and Anger Reign
57 Trick-or-treating in New Jersey 2020: What’s your town doing?
58 Rockwood advocate announces council run
59 Zoning Committee adjourns before voting on Northwest Hwy project
60 Legals for Oct. 15, 2020 | Public notices
61 Northeast residents push back on Chouteau tent camp
62 Public hearing on 5150 N. Northwest Hwy delayed again
63 Throwback Thursday time
64 Neighborhood Group Hears 4 Pitches for Redesign of Vital Camden Roadway
65 LIVE: Oregon Ballot Measure Results
66 Neighboring alderman speaks out against Northwest Hwy plan; project supporters seek to end segregation
67 Sheffield Place expands housing into vacant convent
68 Community discusses changes to current Woodmont Park plan
69 Jefferson Park Residents Protest New Apartments: 'Don't Crowd Us In'
70 Pamplin Media Group
71 Car wash proposed for former Elliott's Dairy site at Nagle-Gunnison
72 Best Family Fests in Chicago & Suburbs in September
73 Walking Trails, Water Access Part of $6 Million Plan to Upgrade Reservoir No. 3
74 39th Ward Candidates Vying To Replace Ald. Laurino To Square Off At Peterson Elementary Forum Wednesday
75 Kansas City Restaurant Week begins today. Here are the 173 locations participating
76 Campaign letter stirs controversy in Lake Oswego's Mountain Park neighborhood
77 Arena-Martwick Combine shows 45th Ward strength
78 Jersey City Set to Inroduce 'Slow Streets'
79 2020 Holiday Giving in Plainfield: Netherwood Neighbors Toy Drive
80 Neighborhoods of GR: Charm and determination make history in Ottawa Hills
81 Neighborhood Group Files Lawsuit to Stop Transfer of Homeless Men
82 Giving Back: Donate to Netherwood Neighbors 14th Annual Holiday Food Drive
83 Residents Decry New Cell Tower Plan at Heated Town Board Meeting
84 A union guide to the 2020 general election | nwLaborPress
85 New rules spark a civic war at City Hall
86 Boardman Wetlands restoration provides many benefits to park-deficient neighborhood
87 Logan Square Schools Are Now 'Sanctuary Zones,' Declares Neighborhood Group
88 Ross, dd's discount stores planned for 6 Corners Plaza
89 Pamplin Media Group
90 Pamplin Media Group
91 Inside the schools bond: Planning for a new Gladstone Elementary School
92 Neighbors Brainstorm a New Mural for Camden's Cramer Hill
93 Millennials Who Won't Pay Forcing Sheffield Garden Walk To Move: Organizers
94 Pamplin Media Group
95 Here's What Chicago Teachers Won & Lost In Contract Deal
96 Metro awards $800k for Nature in Neighborhood grants
97 Youth Rally Blocks The 606 To Keep Anti-Gentrification Ordinance On Track
98 Ward D Candidates Debate Critical Issues Impacting The Heights
99 28-Year-Old Arrested At Cooper River Park on Drug, Gun Charges
100 ‘Dead people always seem to get in the way of the living.’ Facing death with Chicago’s ‘Cemetery Lady’ Helen Sclair