Chicago to Implement a New Smart Lighting System
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Chicago to Implement a New Smart Lighting System

Chicago to Implement a New Smart Lighting System In what is thought to be the most expansive city-led wireless street light system in the US, the City of…

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CTA’s Annual Holiday Train, Bus is Here with Full Schedule
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CTA’s Annual Holiday Train, Bus is Here with Full Schedule

CTA’s Annual Holiday Train, Bus is Here with Full Schedule The CTA Holiday Train is an annual tradition. Started back in 1992 when an out-of-service train placed a…

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Nominate an Underfunded Chicagoland High School to Win New Training Facility
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Nominate an Underfunded Chicagoland High School to Win New Training Facility

Nominate an Underfunded Chicagoland High School to Win New Training Facility Do you know a Chicagoland high school whose gym could use a facelift? With your help one…

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After North Side Shooting Community Fights Back to Keep Starbucks Open
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After North Side Shooting Community Fights Back to Keep Starbucks Open

After North Side Shooting Community Fights Back to Keep Starbucks Open A shooting in Uptown that left one dead and others seriously injured in a Starbucks has turned…

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Boutique Hotel Planned at Logan Square’s Abandoned Grace’s Furniture
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Boutique Hotel Planned at Logan Square’s Abandoned Grace’s Furniture

Boutique Hotel Planned at Logan Square’s Abandoned Grace’s Furniture The abandoned Grace’s Furniture on Milwaukee off the Logan Square blue line is ready for a facelift. Known mostly…

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Where to See the Best Views in Town
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Where to See the Best Views in Town

Where to See the Best Views in Town Are you always looking for the best views in the city? Chicago is a stunning town and there are so…

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Emanuel Announces 82 Officers Deployed to Districts in Chicago
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Emanuel Announces 82 Officers Deployed to Districts in Chicago

Emanuel Announces 82 Officers Deployed to Districts in Chicago In cooperation with the initiative Mayor Rahm Emanuel put into motion last year, 82 officers have been deployed and…

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Chicago Named Rat Capital of the Country 3rd Year in a Row
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Chicago Named Rat Capital of the Country 3rd Year in a Row

Chicago Named Rat Capital of the Country 3rd Year in a Row If you’ve noticed an increase in rat control signage in alleys and thought there was reasoning…

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University of Chicago Professor Richard Thaler Receives Noble Prize
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University of Chicago Professor Richard Thaler Receives Noble Prize

University of Chicago Professor Richard Thaler Receives Noble Prize University of Chicago professor, Richard Thaler won the Nobel Memorial Prize in economics this week for his research in…

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Free Museum Days – Chicago Residents
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Free Museum Days – Chicago Residents

Free Museum Days – Chicago Residents  Looking for more exploration and adventure? Luckily for us, the Chicagoland area has plenty of places to see. Museums, parks and buildings…

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