Intentional Chlorine Gas Leak Disrupts 2014 Midwest Furfest in Chicago Hotel

The annual 2014 Midwest Furfest had an unfortunate interruption this year as the animal aficionados joined several thousand other guests staying at Rosemont’s Hyatt hotel (right outside Chicago) in evacuating the building More »

Chicago’s First Shake Shake Gets Its First Major Review

The Windy City’s first Shack Shake opened to eager customers this week after a two-year wait, and according to Eater, the burger joint didn’t have to wait long for its first major review. Kevin More »

Chicago Suburb Rocked by Gas Explosion

As the weather gets colder and winter approaches, many homeowners are likely turning on their heat to make their homes more comfortable. However, it might be wise to have a professional test More »

Third Party Review Validates 96% of Red Light Camera Tickets in Chicago

Today is the last day for motorists in Chicago to have traffic violations they received from red light violations reviewed by a third party, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. With support for More »

Chicago Cyberstalker Convicted, Will Spend Eight Years Behind Bars

A Chicago-area man convicted of felony cyberstalking and residential theft has recently been sentenced to eight years in prison. According to NBC Chicago, Jicheng “Kevin” Liu, of Lincoln Park, could have faced More »

Consumers Flock To the 2015 Chicago Auto Show To See Kia’s Newest Hybrid SUV Concept Vehicle

The U.S. may have the world’s largest market for passenger vehicles, and if the excitement regarding a new Kia vehicle concept that was recently revealed at the Chicago Auto Show is any indication, American consumers might soon become the largest

Nicor Gas to Spearhead $2 Billion Chicago Gas Line Replacement Project

Nicor Gas will soon undertake a massive $2 billion, nine-year pipe replacement project that will give a much-needed upgrade to about 1,000 miles of aging gas lines throughout suburban Chicago. According to a February 11 Crain’s Chicago Business article, the program will

Local Events and Activities Give Chicago Retirees Plenty of Reasons to Get Out of the House

The weather may be getting colder, but that isn’t keeping many of Chicago’s senior citizens from partaking in all the activities and events the city has to offer in the days leading up to the holidays. In Clarendon Hills, residents