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Manaea Not Set Back By Injury

Manaea Not Set Back By Injury

Although to most he’s unheard of, Sean Manaea is announced to pitch in the Kansas City Royals’ 2015 rotation. The lefty was drafted just last year and described watching the draft as a bittersweet experience. “I heard all of these rumors from different people,” Manaea said. “It had my mind thinking about all of these […]

Wrigleyville Businesses Relieved Cubs Will Remain on North Side

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Wrigleyville Businesses Relieved Cubs Will Remain on North Side

There’s relief among businesses in Wrigleyville now that the Cubs have reached an agreement with the city over its $500 million renovation plan. Local residents and neighborhood groups had been worried that businesses would suffer if the Cubs couldn’t come to terms with the city and decided to play baseball elsewhere. Jaime Gamez, owner of […]

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Lakeview Residents Voice Concerns About Safety

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Lakeview Residents Voice Concerns About Safety

About 40 concerned local residents and police officers met earlier this month to discuss robberies and assaults that have occurred recently in Lakeview. Although crime rates have been decreasing, several residents said this is the most insecure they have felt in a long time. “Halsted used to be rough in the ’90s, but I felt […]

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Car dealership moves one step closer to opening on North Side

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Car dealership moves one step closer to opening on North Side

An unused warehouse on Chicago’s North Side moved one step closer Thursday to being transformed into a new Ford dealership after the Chicago Plan Commission approved the project. The plan almost hit a roadblock when some commission members, starting with Ald. Ed Burke (14th Ward), raised questions about a Hispanic family’s interest in opening another […]

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