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  • Mayoral candidates try to rock the Millennial vote

    Mayoral candidates try to rock the Millennial vote
    A fundraiser at a tattoo parlor. A mustache invasion at a rally. College campus forums. And of course Facebook posts and YouTube videos. Chicago’s mayoral candidates are trying to tap into the hip factor, in hopes of wooing 20-something and 30-...
  • Purple Line changes receive attention on city transit survey

    Purple Line changes receive attention on city transit survey
    Evanston city officials are looking at working with the Chicago Transit Authority on a pilot program in 2015 extending the hours of the Purple Line Express service – a need which arose in a number of comments in a recent city survey of local transit...
  • New Green Line station opens on Near South Side

    New Green Line station opens on Near South Side
    CTA Green Line trains are starting to make stops at a new $50 million station serving McCormick Place and the Motor Row district on the Near South Side, officials said Sunday. The Cermak-McCormick Place station, at Cermak Road and State Street, is...
  • 2015 preview: Oak Park and La Grange

    2015 preview: Oak Park and La Grange
    The coming year could produce a sales tax increase in La Grange, a decision on a new pool for Oak Park and River Forest High School and permission for bars to open in Oak Park. Also ahead in 2015, ground is expected to be broken for a new development on...
  • Proposal: Let seniors ride bikes on sidewalks

    Proposal: Let seniors ride bikes on sidewalks
    Sidewalks may get a little more crowded if the City Council approves a proposal that would allow senior citizens to ride their bikes on the walkways. Northwest Side Ald. Ariel Reboyras (30th) introduced a proposal Wednesday that would let senior...
  • Group urges infrastructure parity on South, West sides

    Group urges infrastructure parity on South, West sides
    Anyone who’s biked around parts of the South and Southwest sides knows it can be a very different experience than riding on some of the city’s most bike-heavy North Side streets, where you hardly can go the grocery store or hop on a bus or...
  • Company that owns Divvy changes corporate name to Motivate

    Company that owns Divvy changes corporate name to Motivate
    Now that it has moved from laid-back Portland, Oregon, to amped-up New York, the company that runs the Divvy bike-sharing program in Chicago and programs in other major cities is changing its name from Alta Bicycle Share to Motivate. "I think it...
  • Learn to survive Chicago winters or get left in the cold

    Learn to survive Chicago winters or get left in the cold
    Ready to break some records this winter, Chicago? The first chance is coming up Thursday, which could be the coldest Jan. 8 on record if temperatures dip below -11, the record set in 1942 according to the National Weather Service.  Meteorologists are...
  • Divvy Bike Share community meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13

    Evanston community members are invited to learn and share input on Evanston's upcoming Divvy Bike Share program at a community meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 13, 7 - 9 p.m., in the Morton Civic Center Council Chambers, 2100 Ridge Ave, according to a news...
  • Residents, businesses brace for CTA California Blue Line station closure

    Residents, businesses brace for CTA California Blue Line station closure
    Erik Gonzalez typically drives from his Northwest Side home to the CTA California Blue Line station on weekdays to park on the street and ride the Blue Line to the University of Illinois at Chicago for class. But starting Thursday, Gonzalez, who lives...
  • Oak Park excited about Divvy pedaling into town

    Oak Park excited about Divvy pedaling into town
    The news that plans to expand Chicago's Divvy bike program were back on track has excited officials and residents in Oak Park, where 12 bike rental stations are set to be installed next year. Last month, the state approved funding the expansion of the...