Chicago Still Leading the Country in Mortgage Woes

A new analysis from Zillow has concluded that Chicago has more “underwater” mortgages than any other real estate market in the country, meaning there are more homeowners in Chicago than anywhere else More »

Chicago-Area Health Group Implements New Electronic System

Northwest Community Healthcare, which serves suburbs to the northwest of Chicago, is embracing technological advances to offer more convenience and better care to its patients. The group just finished the implementation of More »

With Chicago’s Infrastructure Overwhelmed, Nearby Ecosystems Put at Risk

Increasingly overwhelmed by the city’s population, aging infrastructure systems throughout Chicago could begin to threaten the environment in the coming years if nothing is done to fix them. According to The DePaulia, More »

Man Who Posted Video Smoking Marijuana With Chameleon Acquitted of Animal Cruelty Charges

A West Side man who had been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty after posting an online video of him blowing marijuana smoke into a pet chameleon’s mouth has been acquitted by a More »

Cook County Forest Preserve to Open Five Campgrounds Near Chicago

Just in time for peak camping season, Cook County Forest Preserve will open up five new and improved camping sites to families across the Chicago area, for the first time in more More »

Chicago Still Leading the Country in Mortgage Woes

A new analysis from Zillow has concluded that Chicago has more “underwater” mortgages than any other real estate market in the country, meaning there are more homeowners in Chicago than anywhere else whose houses are worth less than they still

Chicago-Area Health Group Implements New Electronic System

Northwest Community Healthcare, which serves suburbs to the northwest of Chicago, is embracing technological advances to offer more convenience and better care to its patients. The group just finished the implementation of a new electronic health record system, a project

With Chicago’s Infrastructure Overwhelmed, Nearby Ecosystems Put at Risk

Increasingly overwhelmed by the city’s population, aging infrastructure systems throughout Chicago could begin to threaten the environment in the coming years if nothing is done to fix them. According to The DePaulia, evidence of sewer system overload is already apparent