3 days ago

Updated 4 hours ago

Neighborly advice needed!

Big thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to read all of this...

So, we had our old detached garage facing the alley behind our house completely demolished and rebuilt almost exactly a year ago because it was completely falling apart. It's nothing fancy, but broke our bank and it works.

Less than a month after it was built, I noticed the first major ding on the garage door… Fast forward a year, and the garage door is...

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Big thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to read all of this...

So, we had our old detached garage facing the alley behind our house completely demolished and rebuilt almost exactly a year ago because it was completely falling apart. It's nothing fancy, but broke our bank and it works.

Less than a month after it was built, I noticed the first major ding on the garage door… Fast forward a year, and the garage door is severely dented, dinged, warped and getting worse by the week. It is very apparent that our neighbor across the alley from us is using our garage door as a stopper when they back out of their own driveway. But, we’ve never received a visit or a note... no one has attempted to take responsibility for what I image to be at least a dozen pretty major impacts and who knows how many smaller “taps” at this point.

My husband has walked around to knock on their front door, but as the old adage goes: the lights are on, but nobody’s home. And frankly, I’m really worried about confronting them… If these people have no concern for damaging our property over and over like it’s some kind of joke, I worry about my two small children. What kind of people have such a blatant indifference toward their neighbors?

I called 311 and was sent to the non-emergency police line. The guy I talked to was sympathetic but said gathering evidence was the key. Once we have evidence, we can bring it in to file a report and go from there. I have an IP security camera ordered, but I’m worried our wifi won’t stretch all the way to the alley, my dad suggested hiring a private investigator – does anyone have experience with anything like that?

However this goes, I can’t imagine a good outcome. Either we’re total chumps that just take this beating or face possible retaliation. It’s a complete garbage fire either way. I guess I’m turning to my Everyblock neighbors for encouragement or any ideas I may be missing.

Thanks for reading!

30 hours ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Irving Park and Long Street Closure

According to the city website, this is scheduled through 5/7. These closures are frustrating for everyone. However, when you choose to cut through the side streets and you get stacked up 10 deep trying to cross Laramie during rush hour, please don't think that laying on your horn will get the cars moving any faster. Perhaps sticking to the main arteries is a better option for you. Or just please have a little courtesy for those of us living on...

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According to the city website, this is scheduled through 5/7. These closures are frustrating for everyone. However, when you choose to cut through the side streets and you get stacked up 10 deep trying to cross Laramie during rush hour, please don't think that laying on your horn will get the cars moving any faster. Perhaps sticking to the main arteries is a better option for you. Or just please have a little courtesy for those of us living on the block and already having to deal with lines of cars blocking us from getting to our own homes. I realize it is pointless to post this as those who honking like psychos are not likely to change based on my post. Just hoping.

  • I'm by Lockwood and Dakin and it's very frustrating

  • My husband was nearly hit on Laramie when someone didn't stop at Byron. He had the right of way. OBEY the traffic signs please. And it is really better to use the posted detour. It is construction season people!

36 hours ago

Updated 8 hours ago

Lost Dogs Illinois added a new photo.

Lost! #Chicago #IL #Cragin #BelmontGardens (Belmont & Cicero) Winnie - Male Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie. Grey/Yellow. Call 773-822-9821. Friendly. Cook County. 60641. Missing 04/17/2018. To see Winnie’s location on the Helping Lost Pets Map: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/v2/?pID=2288896 More Info, Photos and to Contact: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=2288896


41 hours ago

Updated 14 hours ago

Hotel That Can Accommodate Large Moving Truck

Hey Everyone,

My mom is moving out to the area this June, but they are driving her stuff out here in a large Uhaul or Penske type truck. Does anyone know of any hotels out by O'hare/Rosemont that has a parking lot or garage that can accommodate a truck of that size for one night? I know there are lots downtown that can, but I wouldn't be comfortable having all of her stuff in a lot downtown overnight. I'm open...

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Hey Everyone,

My mom is moving out to the area this June, but they are driving her stuff out here in a large Uhaul or Penske type truck. Does anyone know of any hotels out by O'hare/Rosemont that has a parking lot or garage that can accommodate a truck of that size for one night? I know there are lots downtown that can, but I wouldn't be comfortable having all of her stuff in a lot downtown overnight. I'm open to downtown hotel recommendations as well, if they have a private parking structure that would work.

I've tried to work it out with my HOA but they will not allow us to park the moving truck in the building's lot overnight, so I'm trying to come up with a contingency plan. We'd prefer not to have to unpack 60 boxes and several heavy loads of furniture immediately after making a cross-country trip.

Any thoughts or ideas appreciated. Thanks!

  • @Paul, we did and we’re not interested in that option because of timing issues. Most of those cross country movers move multiple people’s stuff at a time. The trucks only leave when full. We don’t want an extended time frame of possible delivery and quite frankly have heard many horror stories from people who have used movers for cross country moves. YMMV.

  • Nikki my son had to do something thing stayed at the motel 6 which is location at Riverroad and Lawrence have a parking lot that you could park your trucks and have cameras all around so it will be safe

3 days ago

Updated 20 hours ago

Searching for free or low cost activities for a Toddler

Looking for something to do with my 15 month old child outside of the home. We need more sensory and learning activities. At this rate he is only learning to fold laundry and clean floors, hahaha.

  • Jefferson Park Library has a small play area, there are usually other kids there too. My 2 year old loves it.

  • cheesecake chick i want to be the person my dog thinks i am

    peggy notebart nature museum has an awesome butterfly house. get a pass from your library or alderman!

Mar 26 2017

Updated 25 hours ago

Tree Trim vs. Removal

I am noticing some of the orange no parking signs from Dept of Forestry. They are sporadic though, not on a full block like I have seen before. Is there anyway to determine if a tree is slated for removal vs pruning? I see one with a blue tag on it (think it means its been treated for a disease), but no markings/tags on the other trees, yet they have the orange signs on them also. Thanks for any info you can provide.

  • Dennis 30 year Jefferson Park resident

    No need to be negative, Dan G. Poster asked a simple question. My answer to poster is that I thought trees that have been treated have red tags. Not sure what the blue ones mean, but you can as at the city's website--Forestry.

  • Orange paper signs posted to restrict parking during day of pruning or removal. To make ample clearance for equipment. Since city no longer paints green solid circle on trunk of tree being removed, any one of trees sporting orange sign could be cut down. Chicago has also began culling healthy...

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    Orange paper signs posted to restrict parking during day of pruning or removal. To make ample clearance for equipment. Since city no longer paints green solid circle on trunk of tree being removed, any one of trees sporting orange sign could be cut down. Chicago has also began culling healthy treated ash trees. Treated trees have Blue, Red, Purple, Bronze, Silver dog tags.

    So if you want to keep your treated parkway ash...as our cities community Tree historian, along with being a volunteer Openland's Treekeeper. I am presently working with an official Forestry Representative, to allow property owners to continue protecting their parkway ash with treatment. Waving requirement for costly permit needed by your hired professional arborist.

    Be aware that our city Water department regularally culls healthy maturing trees, in order to make wide clearance for machinery. As in past, workers damaged trees so badly. They had to be removed anyways. Well...now you know!

Apr 12

Updated 25 hours ago

Well it's happened. Sears at Six Corners is closing.

Goodbye Sears store. My father-in-law still talks of their family driving up from the south side of the city to shop their when he was a kid. I wonder what will happen to the building. Now there will be two massive open properties in that spot.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-sears-closing-last-chicago-store-20180412-story.html

    Sears closing its last Chicago store
    Sears is closing its last remaining store in Chicago. Employees at the store at Six Corners in the Old Irving Park neighborhood were told of the closure Thursday morning, spokesman Howard Riefs said in an email. The store will close in mid-July after a liquidation sale set to begin April 27.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com
  • Amazon is taking over the world! Package thieves will be happy.

  • toys r us is closing too, even the kids are effected with all these retailers closing down.

    so we are left with the following:

    no toys for you... just watch you tube

    google it

    order it on amazon

    uber eats

    I need a cleaning person

    I lost my dog

    the crater is here to stay

36 hours ago

Lost Dogs Illinois added a new photo — with M...

Lost! #Chicago #IL #Cragin #BelmontGardens (Belmont & Cicero) Winnie - Male Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie. Grey/Yellow. Call 773-822-9821. Friendly. Cook County. 60641. Missing 04/17/2018. To see Winnie’s location on the Helping Lost Pets Map: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/v2/?pID=2288896 More Info, Photos and to Contact: http://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=2288896

3 days ago

Updated 36 hours ago

Car wheels stolen.

A Honda Accord had its car wheels stolen on Keeler Ave. Probably happened last night. A resident mentioned that this was the sixth time she had seen this happend while walking he dog.

3 days ago

Updated 2 days ago

Helicopters flying around

Anyone know who the police are looking for in the area?

2 days ago

Earth Day Fest at Kilbourn Park this Sunday • 10am-Noon • FREE TO ATTEND!

Join us for Earth Day Fest at Kilbourn Park on Sunday, April 22, 2018 • 10:00am – Noon at the Kilbourn Park Greenhouse and Gardens.

It's a free to attend celebration of the Earth! For the Kids: Fun with Natural Materials, Planting of Prairie Seeds & Plants, and Park Litter Clean-up. For the Adults: Soil Remediation and Tips from speaker Dr. Israel "The Soil Scientist" 11:00am, and Park Litter Clean-up. Presented by The Chicago Park District and co-sponsored by Friends of Kilbourn Park Organic Greenhouse and The Kilboun Park Advisory Council.

SEE THE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE INFO...

3 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

How long will Irving be closed westbound?

Anybody know how long the westbound lanes will be closed on Irving by six corners?

5 days ago

Updated 3 days ago

Dead Body Found Down the Block

A week ago today I was walking to the local grocery store near Belmont and Knox. As I approached the corner I noticed a news man taking video behind the senior center. My initial thought was that perhaps he was doing a story about the senior home. But when I returned from the store I noticed many more news reporters had joined the scene. At this point I questioned the first reporter I encountered. He mentioned that a dead man...

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A week ago today I was walking to the local grocery store near Belmont and Knox. As I approached the corner I noticed a news man taking video behind the senior center. My initial thought was that perhaps he was doing a story about the senior home. But when I returned from the store I noticed many more news reporters had joined the scene. At this point I questioned the first reporter I encountered. He mentioned that a dead man was found in the alley shot to death. Which that alone turned out be false to some extent. As I continued down the block I encountered another reporter at the other end of the alley off of Barry Ave. At this point I was a little more surprised because we was getting a lot closer to my residence. I said to him, "I hear it was fatal, any specifics as to what happened?" And he said that they found a man dead in the alley but no one knows what was the cause of death. He said he even walked the alley to see if he noticed a sign of the crime scene but could not pinpoint the spot where the body was found. There was no blood on the ground or anything, not even yellow tape. I mentioned that the prior reporter said it was a gun wound. And he said that no one really knows, that his report indicated that the man was beat to death and found a couple hours earlier lying in the alley.

The Tribune report:

https://www.google.com/amp/www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-man-found-dead-in-alley-040818-story,amp.html

That was it! I never heard an update. And this startles me to the core because my grandchildren and I live right down the street from this crime scene. For all I know we have a murderer on the lose in the neighborhood!

Does anyone know who to reach out to to find out more? I'm curious to know if they determined who the individual was? Cause of death? Was it a local resident? Was it gang related? Was it someone that may perhaps been murdered elsewhere and just dumped in the alley? So many questions are unanswered.

  • Yes, just as Bellhome says... go to your local police station or call them and tell them of your concern and questions. Each station has its own number.
    You never mentioned there were any cops around just reporters. (?!) were the police there when you approached each reporter you confronted?

  • Clef in Jeff Park, no now that you mention it I didn't see any officers around. Then again, the police were alerted to the body sometime around 7:30am and when I walked by it was already around 10:15am. I don't know if that was enough time for them to conduct their investigation though.

3 days ago

3 days ago

  • Permit issued for signs

    INSTALL ELECTRIC SIGN WITH GRAPHICS ON BUILDING. SIGN TO BE INSTALLED AND FACING EAST ON BUILDING.

    3202 N. Cicero Ave. Issued April 16, 2018 Comment

Apr 11

Updated 5 days ago

    Joint Meeting on the Dunning-Read Conservation Area (DRCA)
    For our April Public Meeting, the Portage Park Neighborhood Association will hold a joint meeting with the Dunning Neighborhood Organization, Friends of the Parks, and Friends of the Dunning-Read Conservation Area (DRCA) to inform residents about the DRCA and the conservation and research work being conducted there.
    https://chicago.everyblock.com

Mar 29

Updated 5 days ago

Gun shots at night Wednesday morn

Who the hell is shooting their gun around Waveland and Laramie? Heard 3 shots, 2 times tonight/Wednesday morning. At 3am.

The other night i heard a single shot.

????

  • sorry Tom -- my bad, I mis-read the Sun Times screen but that article was published 1/20/2018, not more than a year ago. I'm skeptical of Rahm Emanuel, and don't mean to be naive but I take statistics reported by CPS and the CPD as relatively reliable (if questionable, it's...

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    sorry Tom -- my bad, I mis-read the Sun Times screen but that article was published 1/20/2018, not more than a year ago. I'm skeptical of Rahm Emanuel, and don't mean to be naive but I take statistics reported by CPS and the CPD as relatively reliable (if questionable, it's more likely due to processes they use to gather data rather than fudging results to make them sound better). On the other hand, some Everyblock commenters spread completely unsubstantiated beliefs about many things that might affect or involve us or simply be used to rile us up.

  • @Paul in Jefferson, I don't know who started the petition. We saw it there and signed it yesterday because we were there shopping, new years resolution (less stops at Italian bakeries) shot to hell with that purchase.

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

robberies

Police are warning residents about three armed robberies this week in the Jefferson Park and Portage Park neighborhoods on the Northwest Side.

In each incident, a group of males displayed either a handgun or a baseball bat before demanding property from a victim, according to an alert from Chicago Police.

The armed robberies happened:

• about 9:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 5300 block of West Windsor;
• about 8:55 p.m. Thursday in the 5000 block of West Grace; and
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Police are warning residents about three armed robberies this week in the Jefferson Park and Portage Park neighborhoods on the Northwest Side.

In each incident, a group of males displayed either a handgun or a baseball bat before demanding property from a victim, according to an alert from Chicago Police.

The armed robberies happened:

• about 9:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 5300 block of West Windsor;
• about 8:55 p.m. Thursday in the 5000 block of West Grace; and
• at 9:32 a.m. Friday in the 6000 block of West Grace.

The robbers are described as a group of Hispanic males, thought to be between the ages of 17 and 25, standing between 5-foot-4 and 5-foot-8 and weighing between 125 and 140 pounds, police said. They were seen wearing dark-colored or gray hooded sweatshirts and dark pants. One of the suspects was seen wearing a bandana.

Anyone with information about the armed robberies should call Area North detectives at (312) 744-8263.From Chicago Sun Times...

5 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Laramie / Newport - Eddy

Does anyone know what all the emergency activity was for around 11:00pm Saturday?

Apr 12

Updated 5 days ago

Holy Cow

I just received this is my mailbox today in the 60641 zip code. Bizarre. Someone walked around the neighborhood and placed these in everyone's mailbox. Between 7:30 AM and 3:30 PM today. It's a double-sided 2 page rant about Middle Easterners controlling us through microwave technology.

5 days ago

6 days ago

Lost dog

On March 25, 2018 we lost our dog. she is a 3 yrs Old Morkie. Tiny, Black, brown and gold long hair. Her puppies need her , she was still feeding them. If you have seen her please call us at 773-387-1250.Area of Belmont and Laverne.

Apr 12

Updated 6 days ago

Last Chicago Sears Closing

Sad to see this happen. Many good memories shopping there when I was young.

  • It’s official? Didn’t see the news? But anyone surprised?

  • Deutsch portage36

    not surprised. unless it was holiday season, sears had more employees in it, then customers, during business hours.

Apr 06

Updated 6 days ago

Club Red Permanently Closed

Below is from a message that Alderman Sposato sent out via email.

While it's easy to see the bad or what we feel is bad management in Chicago, this should be an encouragement. Might even be worth sharing positive feedback with the alderman and the police commander.
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CLUB RED PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

I would like to announce that Club Red, 5415 W. Irving Park Road is
PERMANENTLY CLOSED!It was decided yesterday at a meeting with me, 16th District Police Commander...

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Below is from a message that Alderman Sposato sent out via email.

While it's easy to see the bad or what we feel is bad management in Chicago, this should be an encouragement. Might even be worth sharing positive feedback with the alderman and the police commander.
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CLUB RED PERMANENTLY CLOSED!

I would like to announce that Club Red, 5415 W. Irving Park Road is
PERMANENTLY CLOSED!It was decided yesterday at a meeting with me, 16th District Police Commander Bill Looney, City of Chicago Asst. Corporation Counsel Lindsay Baker and Club Red's owner and her attorney, that the club would permanently close and NOT RE-OPEN!I realize that this establishment has been a source of consternation for area residents for many years. Since I became 38th Ward Alderman 3 years ago, it became apparent that this situation needed to be addressed for the good of our neighborhood. I am grateful to Commander Looney, Attorney Baker, Club Red's owner and input from neighbors to help us resolve this troubling issue. To clarify CLUB RED IS CLOSED PERMANENTLY and will not re-open. It is not under construction as some say but is permanently closed.

  • I don't have to ask around. Look at actual statistics, not anecdotes from a neighbor afraid of "the demographics" moving in. There were gangs in the '80s and '90s in PP. Those are just facts.

  • Deutsch portage36

    gaylords, deuces, royals and more. people would get jumped for their starter jackets, gym shoes and bikes. happened on a daily basis in portage park. graffiti busters didn't exist, so it stayed on buildings and garages until the owners would wash or paint over it.

6 days ago

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Apr 08

Updated Apr 12

Sidewalks Need to be Repaved

Does anyone know who is responsible for repaving the side walks here in the city? Some of the sidewalks in my neighborhood are in terrible shape and I wasn't sure if this is something that the city or the owner of the residence is in charge of getting fixed.

Thanks in advance.

  • Concrete used to be about $100 a yard, but that was about 10 years ago, there's a formula U use, by length x depth x thickness, so it depends on how much the City pays for it, vs. how much needs to be laid!!!

  • Also, U can't just hire someone to come out lay concrete and expect the City to pay half of the Bill, the City will tell U to go Scratch!!! U have to through their shared programming to be eligible for the Discounted Price! But if U really want it for...

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    Also, U can't just hire someone to come out lay concrete and expect the City to pay half of the Bill, the City will tell U to go Scratch!!! U have to through their shared programming to be eligible for the Discounted Price! But if U really want it for free, Try NBC 5 investigates to put a flame under the City's A-s in an effort to have Ur problem rectified!!! Also, Denise, that rate seems very low to me, don't forget when U do Concrete, U have to pay Laborers, Concrete finishers, time the concrete truck stands idle, etc., So it's going to be a little more than just by the sq. Footage, plus they only sell it by the Yard that I know of!!! You can try googling a concrete place and ask them, like Zinga to give U a better quote if this helps, U may actually need a permit as well if U plan on ripping up the Concrete Yourself, & don't forget disposal fees!!!!

Apr 07

Updated Apr 12

Shots Fired

Anyone else hear & or report 7 shots fired at 3:10 this morning in area of Montrose & Lockwood. 911 stated there was multiple calls, but I did not see police activity afterwards.

  • I listed an apartment for rent a couple of years ago. I was told that this area is listed as an "Opportunity Area" and received many calls asking if I take Section 8 vouchers. One person had more to spend ($2200) than I was listing the place for ($1800). The...

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    I listed an apartment for rent a couple of years ago. I was told that this area is listed as an "Opportunity Area" and received many calls asking if I take Section 8 vouchers. One person had more to spend ($2200) than I was listing the place for ($1800). The person asked if I would take the money and include all utilities. I refused. That is a little snapshot of how some of it works and could mean more Section 8 people are moving here with Section 8 and paying above market rate (unless my place was underpriced). Whatever the case, I refused the Section 8 and found tenants that paid without a vouhcer at the lower price. A friend is listing a place near St. Pascal and was told his area was an Opportunity Area also so that category at least stretches from East of the park to St. Pascal. My guess is some landlords take the higher price with Section 8 voucher and more have moved into the neighborhood.

  • Bill the Engineer /ChicagoNWside/

    Most of the far Northwest Side has been identified as a "Mobility (Opportunity) Area", with two areas in Portage Park carved out for some reason. See this map:

    http://www.thecha.org/assets/1/6/Opportunity_Area_Map.New_Logo.pdf

    More:
    http://www.thecha.org/residents/services/mobility-counseling-program/

Apr 06

Updated Apr 11

SunFresh Market - Closed?

The corner produce/deli store on Central just off of Addison seems to have closed up shop. Anyone know details? Is this permanent?

  • Sue Portage Park-er

    Sorry to see it go. For those in the area looking for something walk-able there is the Cragin Fresh Market at Austin and Addison. Not sure when it opened but I was made aware of it when they sold a winning lottery ticket and were on the news. :-)

  • Fisch Web Developer / Musician

    Thanks Sue! Not ideal but it'll do in a pinch!

Apr 10

Updated Apr 11

1000 words

...sad to see it go?

Apr 11

Apr 08

Updated Apr 08

Man found dead in Northwest Side alley with injuries to head, body

About 8 a.m., Chicago police were called to the 3100 block of North Knox Avenue in the Kelvin Park neighborhood, according to a police media notification.

    Man found dead in Northwest Side alley with injuries to head, body
    A man was found dead in an alley early Sunday on the Northwest Side, authorities said. About 8 a.m., Chicago police were called to the 3100 block of North Knox Avenue in the Kelvin Park neighborhood, according to a police media notification.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

  • I was walking by the Belmont Place Senior Housing this morning headed to the laundromat and noticed a few media camera men taking video in the area. At first I thought they were probably doing a story on the senior center but when I returned home I noticed there were...

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    I was walking by the Belmont Place Senior Housing this morning headed to the laundromat and noticed a few media camera men taking video in the area. At first I thought they were probably doing a story on the senior center but when I returned home I noticed there were many more journalists, some even taking video on the alley entrence off Barry between Knox and Kilpatrick. I asked what the whole fuss was about and they mentioned how they found a dead body in the alley but could not confirm where exactly it happened. The WGN news reporter even surveyed the area looking for evidence but said he found none. Does anyone happen to know the exact address of where they found the body?

Apr 08

Man found dead in Northwest Side alley with injuries to head, body

About 8 a.m., Chicago police were called to the 3100 block of North Knox Avenue in the Kelvin Park neighborhood, according to a police media notification.

    Man found dead in Northwest Side alley with injuries to head, body
    A man was found dead in an alley early Sunday on the Northwest Side, authorities said. About 8 a.m., Chicago police were called to the 3100 block of North Knox Avenue in the Kelvin Park neighborhood, according to a police media notification.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Apr 06

Updated Apr 08

Hit and run on long 3800

Anyone seeing the accident on long 3800 block black car running on rim 730 this morning during rush police followed rim track to grace and Laramie Must have garage. Right around there-right front end damage

  • PortageRules Love Portage Park!

    Long between Grace and Addison is nothing more than an express way between Central and Laramie. Most cars accelerate thru the "stop" signs with some passing cars while stopped. What is most surprising is that there isn't as many incidents as one would think given just how bad it is....

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    Long between Grace and Addison is nothing more than an express way between Central and Laramie. Most cars accelerate thru the "stop" signs with some passing cars while stopped. What is most surprising is that there isn't as many incidents as one would think given just how bad it is. It's just a matter of time until a small child gets nailed at one of these useless intersections. I'm not a round a bout person, but to see 9 out of 10 cars blow right thru these signs is shocking and something really needs to be done. Especially, given the proximity of Gray School = 2 blocks.

  • Can't agree with you more cars ignore all stop signs from Waveland to Irving.

Apr 08

Mar 26

Updated Apr 06

CPD post- shooting mission between Long and Central on Irving Park

Does anyone have any information on what happened?

  • That club owner is selling. Sposato pushed for it after the recent shooting. Good. expand the parking lot for Xsport. That would be awesome.

  • More parking lots!

Apr 05

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Mar 30

Updated Apr 03

Stolen package off porch

My wife recently bought a coach purse and had it shipped to the house. Few days later ripped box was by the front door with no purse. If you see someone with purse like this and they didn't have it 2 weeks ago it could be my wifes. Hard to find these.
Live near St.Pascals

Apr 03

Mar 31

Updated Apr 01

Gunshots last night 7-8pm in neighborhood behind Culver's?

A friend just mentioned that he heard three gunshots as he was walking a dog last night around 7 or 8 pm. He was in the neighborhood behind Culver's. He did not call the police, but said he saw flashing lights as he left. Does anybody have details?

Apr 05 2015

Updated Apr 01

Happy Easter

and for those that may not celebrate Easter, Happy Wester, Happy Souther and Happy Norther

Mar 30

Updated Mar 30

Want to trade the jewel monopoly tickets

Hello looking to trade the monopoly jewel tickets I have many doubles trying to find someone to trade you might have pieces I need and I could have pieces you need I already won a few times so let's do this

  • Jesica Ramos Just one of the neighbors

    i will be doing all of mine this weekend I'll let you know what I end up with ... trade pending LOL

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