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1 Congress Theater Overhaul Plan Apparently Dead After Developer Defaults — Now, City Seeks Other Options
2 Plan To Convert Logan Square Church Into Affordable Housing Complex Clears Zoning Hurdle
3 Volunteers Needed To Clean Up Humboldt Boulevard In Logan Square
4 300-Person Wicker Park Party A 'Slap In The Face' To All Chicagoans, City Says After Shutting It Down
5 Ethics Board Finds Probable Cause Ald. Brookins Violated Ethics Ordinance
6 Should Booze Ban At Kedzie And Armitage Be Lifted? Aldermen Ask Neighbors To Weigh In As New Liquor Store Eyes Area
7 Developer Eyes Former Bank Building Near Division Blue Line Station For Rooftop Bar
8 City Council Approves Lightfoot's $12.8 Billion Budget — With 22 'No' Votes
9 East Side Activists Bring Fight Against General Iron To Mayor Lightfoot's Block: 'We Need To Breathe Just Like Everybody Else'
10 Paseo Podcast Puts Chicago's Vibrant Puerto Rican Community In The Spotlight — And Listeners Are Loving It
11 Turkey Giveaway In Lathrop Homes Sunday – Block Club Chicago
12 Logan Square Neighbors Donate Thanksgiving Turkeys, Side Dishes To School Families Hit Hard By Pandemic
13 Mother of murdered victim seeking CTA approval for honorable mural | The Crusader Newspaper Group
14 Milwaukee Avenue Property Owners Leave Buildings Vacant While Waiting For Big Pay Day, Alderman Says — And He Wants To Stop Them
15 With Little Warm Weather Left, Wicker Park Bar Owner May Finally Get A Patio Permit — No Thanks To Ald. La Spata
16 Ald. Daniel La Spata likely to be on the ballot in Democratic Ward committeeperson race
17 With Coronavirus Canceling Major Events And Festivals, City Officials Grapple With How To Fund The Arts
18 Aldermen to Introduce Amendments, Ordinances to Mayor Lightfoot's Budget
19 Wicker Park Neighbors Push Alderman To Block 16-Story Tower — But Ordinance Has Stalled
20 Neighbors Fear Rift Between Police, Progressive Aldermen After Anti-Cop Posts From Staffers
21 CDOT, Alderman La Spata Announce New Protected Bike Lanes and Pedestrian Safety Improvements are Coming to Milwaukee Ave. in Logan Square
22 New Wicker Park Alderman Works To Undo Rival's Controversial Final Move In Office
23 Dear Joe Biden: Don't Put Rahm Emanuel in Your Administration
24 Hey, 1st Ward Residents: Here's Your Chance To Tell Ald. La Spata How To Spend Money
25 'Hipster Alderman' Out, 'Nerd Alderman' In: Daniel La Spata Charts Path As 1st Ward's New Leader
26 Lightfoot has a blunt message to aldermen who don't support her budget
27 Live In The 1st Ward? Here's How To Get A Free Face Mask From Alderman La Spata
28 Candidate La Spata Apologizes After 'Racist' Bachelor Party Photo Criticized By Black Caucus Leader
29 Developer Wants To Demolish Workers Cottages To Build Condos, But Neighbors Worry It Will Disrupt Rooftop 'Community'
30 Ban On Demolitions Along The 606 Was Too Rushed, Some Residents Say
31 Wicker Park Water Main Project To Replace Lead-Lined Wooden Pipes To Wrap Up By End Of Year
32 Logan Square Church Could Become All-Affordable Housing Project Under New Plan
33 Mother Of Man Fatally Shot Near Blue Line Station Wants To Honor Son With A Mural Nearby — But CTA Making It 'Impossible'
34 Ald. Daniel La Spata's New 1st Ward Office Will Open Monday
35 Logan Square Dad Detained By ICE Comes Home Thanks To Neighbors Who Spoke Out — 'We Need To Do That All The Time'
36 Are You A Runner? Here's How To Jog Responsibly During Coronavirus
37 Ald. Sposato Calls Columbus Protesters 'Savages' At Police Budget Hearing
38 1st ward alderman election: Daniel La Spata's background, priorities and positions
39 Daniel La Spata | Candidate for City Council | 2019 Election Voters' Guide | Chicago News | WTTW
40 Alderman Wants To Extend Ban On Demolitions Along The 606
41 Chicago Alderman And Activists Call On Mayor Lightfoot To Release ComEd Study
42 Push for City to Take Over ComEd Fizzles, For Now, Amid Pandemic, Budget Crisis
43 Protected Bike Lanes Coming To Milwaukee Avenue In Logan Square
44 1st Ward Democratic Committeeman’s Race Could End Up With No Names On Ballot
45 Neighbors Clean Up Wicker Park, Bucktown Following Looting Of At Least 40 Businesses — Including Family-Owned Shops
46 'Learning To Lead By Listening': Ald.-elect Daniel La Spata Pledges To Forge A New Way Of Doing Business
47 What's CPAC? Here's What You Need To Know About A Local Push For Civilian Oversight Of Police
48 Aldermen Stew Over Being Called Out by Lightfoot Campaign
49 Memorial mural for man killed in Logan Square tangled in red tape
50 Ald. Joe Moreno Loses His 1st Ward Seat to Daniel La Spata
51 Progressive Aldermen Lay Out Plan to Build More Affordable Housing for Black, Latino Chicagoans
52 Neighbors Can Weigh In On Proposed Fry Street Workers Cottage Demolitions
53 Mayor Shuts Down The 606 After People Pack The Popular Trail On Warm Day
54 After Shots Fired In Logan Square, Ald. La Spata To Hold Police Roll Call
55 Three Aldermen — La Spata, Hopkins, Waguespack — Join Forces To Meet With And Update Residents
56 Walgreens Adds Security Guard To Wicker Park Store Following Slaying Of Olga Calderon
57 A Chicago Without ComEd
58 How a Piece of Plumbing Hardware Threw a Wrench Into Chicago's Urban Ag Movement
59 Early 1900s Logan Square Church To Be Torn Down, Replaced By Single-Family Home
60 Wicker Park's Target Must Wait Longer For Booze After La Spata Misses Key Vote
61 1st Ward 2019 Aldermanic Election: Moreno Loses To La Spata
62 Milwaukee Avenue Being Closed, Police Increased In Wicker Park After Unrest Downtown
63 Plan To Curb Gentrification Along The 606 By Hiking Developer Fines Is Back, Now With More Support Than Ever
64 State Needs To Act Now On Rent, Mortgage Relief, Aldermen Say — But Rent Control Ban's Power Is 'Startling'
65 Chicago’s Deal With ComEd Faces Renewed Scrutiny After Bribery Charge
66 Dangerous West Town Intersection Where Car Plowed Into Restaurant Will Be Studied By The City
67 Trying To Reach Ald. Daniel La Spata (1st)? Here's How.
68 Cargo Bicycles Get Green Light from Aldermen
69 'Catastrophic' Lakefront Erosion Targeted By Aldermen Who Want More Environmental Action
70 After Pickup Truck Zooms Down The 606 Trail, Logan Square Man Calls For Car Barriers At Entrances
71 Chicago protest: Elected officials, activists condemn police actions after rally escalates near Grant Park Christopher Columbus statue
72 Logan Square 'Much Calmer' After Weekend Of Vandalism, Leaders Say
73 Chicago Plans To Hire Private Security Guards To Help Prevent Looting
74 Cutting funding for police could lead to a better and safer Chicago
75 Yes, The 606 Trail Is Still Closed — Even Though The Riverwalk, Navy Pier Are Open
76 West Town Workers Cottages Would Be Torn Down, Replaced With Condo Building Under New Plan
77 If we want everybody to stay home during a coronavirus crisis, we need deep change to make that possible
78 City Council Extends Demolition Ban Along The 606 For 6 More Months
79 People Living Outside Vacant Logan Square Bank Lose Everything After City Workers Toss Belongings: Homeless Advocates
80 Controversial Plan To Turn Closed Humboldt School Into Teacher-Focused Apartments Stalls Again
81 New Lawsuit From Logan Square Landlords Aims To Stop Affordable Development — But It Won't Work, Officials Say
82 Before Taking Office, Ald.-Elect Daniel La Spata (1st) Will Meet Voters In West Town
83 RBH Group faces setback in its Teachers Village resi project
84 Wicker Park Lingers For Weeks Without A Police Commander, Leaving Some Neighbors On Edge
85 Activists Build Tent City To Show What Could Happen Without Affordable Housing Around Obama Library
86 Six Chicago aldermen call for Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan to step down
87 Dirt Flying In 1st Ward Race, Opponents Slam Moreno For 'Intimidating' Style, Developer Ties
88 Plan To Turn Closed School Into 'Teachers Village' In Humboldt Park Stalls: 'They're Going To Start From Square One,' La Spata Says
89 No Evidence 'Solidarity Pledge' by Landlords, Banks Helped Struggling Renters: City Official
90 New bike lanes protect Logan Square cyclists but keep customers away, some business owners say
91 Push to Keep Woodlawn Residents In Their Homes Near Obama Center Advances
92 Defiant, proud Italian Americans celebrate Columbus Day in Chicago
93 Hidden Gas Can Rumors Not Verified, Police Say — And Fire Department Says Things 'Calming Down' After Brutal Weekend
94 City Shrinks Shared Street Along 606 After Logan Square Neighbors Complain Of Speeding Drivers
95 Vote to Keep Police in Schools Triggers Renewed Call for Elected School Board
96 Plan To Turn Closed School Into Teacher-Focused Apartment Complex Tweaked To Appease Critics, But Will Neighbors Get On Board?
97 City Council Approves 14-Unit Apartment Building Near Division Blue Line Stop
98 Logan Square's Milwaukee Avenue Gets Protected Bike Lanes, But Some Business Owners Protest Lost Parking
99 Weed Will Be Sold In Chicago Jan. 1 As Black Caucus Attempt To Stall Pot Sales Fails
100 Bold Anti-Gentrification Plan Is Making A Comeback: 606 Developers Should Pay Their Fair Share, Ald. Says