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North Chicago, Illinois is located in Lake County. Zip codes in North Chicago, IL include 60086, 60064, and 60088. The median home price in North Chicago is $47,000 which is roughly $72/per square foot. More North Chicago information.

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Yesterday | CBS Local

Congressman Schock Proposes To End CHA "Supervouchers"

Some Chicago Housing Authority Residents are getting government money to live in luxury buildings that most Chicagoans probably can't afford, reports WBBM's Terry Keshner.


Yesterday | The Logan County Herald

Ornaments of local landmarks available at historical society

In 1999, Main Street Lincoln introduced ornaments with an image of the current Logan County courthouse, opened in 1905.


Sat Jul 26, 2014

Chicago Tribune

Chicagoan designs new National Humanities Medal

Filipino immigrant Paul Balan came to Chicago for love, leaving behind his country, family members and a growing reputation as an artist.


Fri Jul 25, 2014

Chicago Sun-Times

'So Chicago': Sentimental to silly in an Internet moment

Barry Levy, former longtime president of Moo & Oink with some Moo & Oink memorabilia.


Chicago Reader

Two new guides to our fair city encourage you to go exploring

Chicago, as the cliche goes, is a city of neighborhoods. New York likes to make this claim too, as do Saint Louis and Seattle and probably every other city in America with that can be subdivided into distinct areas, each with its own special cultural and architectural character that attracts its own special stereotypical resident, easily identified ... (more)


Thu Jul 24, 2014

This Weekend: Chicago hosts Antiques Roadshow

Lucky ticket holders to the Antiques Roadshow will be lining up at Chicago 's McCormick Place, July 26, 2014, to learn if their yard-sale painting and Aunt Harriet's favorite vase are worth enough to fund a vacation or college education.


Wed Jul 23, 2014

Crain's Chicago Busines

Jackie Shen has put her name on a restaurant again

Jackie Shen, one of Chicago's original celebrity chefs, has once again put her name on a restaurant - this time, in New Buffalo, Michigan.


CBS Local

Durbin, Oberweis Clash Over Tax Break Legislation

U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and the Republican state lawmaker who wants to unseat him have been clashing over proposed legislation favoring companies that keep jobs in America, over those that move operations overseas.



Low-income housing fund teams with developer on subsidized rentals

July 23 --A Chicago developer that has been among the most active firms behind the conversion of dilapidated, very-low-income housing into market-rate apartments is teaming with the city to offer more than four dozen subsidized units to Chicagoans who make no more than $15,200 a year.


Tue Jul 22, 2014

Chicago Sun-Times

Steve Whitman, epidemiologist who helped reduce racial ...

Renowned epidemiologist Steve Whitman, who for 10 years was deputy commissioner of the city Department of Public Heath under Mayor Richard M. Daley, had a vast impact in the nation's public health field.


A Love Story That Illinoisans Won't Find Romantic

Illinois is in love with government - lots and lots of government. The more, the merrier.


WBEZ-FM Chicago

The birth of a community

Chicago is famous for its ethnic neighborhoods. And there's a funny thing about them.


NBC Chicago

Opinion: Suddenly, Rahm's Millions May Not Be Enough

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Rahm Emanuel, former White House Chief of Staff for U.S. President Barack Obama, wave during a campaign rally on January 18, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.


Mon Jul 21, 2014

NBC Chicago

Sticker Shock Kicks in For ComEd Customers

Summer's here, your AC is humming -- and your bill is going up! New electric rates went into effect in June.


Red Eye Chicago

Red light refunds?

A group of Chicago aldermen is planning to call on City Hall's top watchdog to launch an audit of the city's red light camera system with an eye toward issuing refunds to anyone who has been wrongly ticketed.


Daily Herald

Man gets 40 years for kidnapping, torturing ex-girlfriend

A Waukegan man was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday for kidnapping and torturing his ex-girlfriend in a North Chicago apartment over 24 hours in January 2013.


Evanston Review

Evanston businessman organizes aid to Israeli soldiers

Richard Sincere has traveled regularly to Israel since studying in Tel Aviv in the early '70s, but it was one excursion in particular that left a lasting impact on the Evanston resident and businessman.



Top Dog: Montrose Dog Beach Wins Title for Best Dog Park in Chicago

The dog owners of Chicago have spoken: Montrose Dog Beach has taken the reigns as the city's very best dog park.


Sat Jul 19, 2014


Curbed Cuts: The Five Most Anticipated Parks; New Streeterville Tower; More

As Chicago looks to increase its presence on the global stage as a world-class city, it's no coincidence that five great public spaces are on the way simultaneously.


WLS-AM Chicago

City officials warn of snarled traffic during busy concert weekend

Officials are warning Chicagoans to expect heavy traffic in Wrigleyville and other parts of the city this weekend with a slew of concerts and summer festivals taking place.



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