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  • Edgewater Farmer’s Market Opens This Weekend
    Edgewater Farmer’s Market Opens This Weekend

    Helping to kick off summer in a delicious way, the Edgewater Farmer’s Market gets ready to open this weekend and will offer a variety of options for the neighborhood. Produced by the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce, the market will run every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Broadway Armory parking lot […]

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  • Midsommarfest House Party Porch Collapse Injures Three
    Midsommarfest House Party Porch Collapse Injures Three

    Three people were sent to the hospital due to injuries sustained during a porch collapse in Andersonville during a house party to celebrate Midsommarfest. According to the party’s host, Clayon Terrill, there were about 75 people in attendance during the celebration on the 5400 block of N. Ashland. approximately 20 people were on the second-story porch […]

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  • Lincoln Towing’s Days May Be Numbered As Clients Cancel Contracts
    Lincoln Towing’s Days May Be Numbered As Clients Cancel Contracts

    Lincoln Towing seems to be losing contracts just as fast as it took them to rack up more than 800 violations of the state’s towing laws in 8 months (July 2015 and March 2016) during an Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) investigation. An attorney for the embattled towing company says it is bleeding business. The attorney went on […]

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  • Former Edgewater Alderman and Activist Marion Volini Dies At Age 83
    Former Edgewater Alderman and Activist Marion Volini Dies At Age 83

    The former Alderman of the Edgewater neighborhood from 1978-1987, Marion Volini,  has passed away after her battle with leukemia. She is best known for officially making Edgewater Chicago’s 77th community, her human rights activism, and her work on lakeside erosion. Volini served under Chicago’s only female mayor and was a important supporter of Chicago’s first African-American […]

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  • CDOT To Expand Bike Routes In Edgewater
    CDOT To Expand Bike Routes In Edgewater

    With the Lake Shore Trail ending at Ardmore Ave. in Edgewater and an increasing presence of cyclists on our streets, it has been announced that the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) will be expanding bike routes in the 48th Ward. The news was announced by Alderman Harry Osterman in an email yesterday. In that communication […]

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  • Andersonville Wine Walk Is Back And Bigger Than Ever
    Andersonville Wine Walk Is Back And Bigger Than Ever

    The Andersonville Wine Walk has become a local tradition in the neighborhood celebrating its 12th year. With the event’s growing popularity, a third route has been added to satisfy the masses. The Andersonville Wine Walk will be held Sunday, May 20 from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. This year 30 area businesses will open their […]

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