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Humboldt Park staffer embraces gator: others continue searching

Date: 
07/11/2019
NellieRamon

In the Humboldt Park Field House, Nellie Roman, the Park's Instructor, gives a big hug to this look-a-like gator as hundreds of children play with much energy and gusto in the many summer programs provided by the Chicago Park District. 

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Resident News

Why gator hunt?: "It's an historical event"

Date: 
07/10/2019
BZHunt

"It's one of those things that ten years from now when sitting in a bar and someone says, 'remember when there was an alligator in the Humboldt Park lagoon

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Events

Three free recycle dates left for WPB SSA #33 recycling 2019 recycling service

Date: 
07/11/2019
ShredPpr

The last three free WPB SSA #33 dates of recycling are July 13 and Sept. 14 at Burr Elementary School, 1621 W. Wabansia, and Sat., Oct. 12, at A.N. Pritzker Elementary School, 2020 W. Evergreen. Time for all the shredding and e-recycling events is from 10 a.m. until noon. 

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Arts

Weekend Arts Guide from the Wicker Park Bucktown Chamber of Commerce Thru July 14

Date: 
07/11/2019
Heaven_Solom

You won't run out of things to see and do in the arts around Wicker Park Bucktown this weekend! The next few days are packed with opening receptions, continuing exhibitions, readings and signings, happenings, and special events.

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Food

Check your buns: Food recall

Date: 
07/11/2019
Buns

Small pieces of hard plastic may have gotten into hamburger and hot dog buns shipped to 18 states including Illinois and Indiana by Flowers Foods, Inc.

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Police News

Bucktown business in rash of business burglaries

Date: 
06/21/2019
Tape

A business in the 2100 block of N. Western Ave. on June 15 at approximately 4:26 a.m. is one in a string of criminal damage business burglaries that began at 3:56 a.m. on June 13. 

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Two charged in The 606 Wednesday robbery

Date: 
06/21/2019
AurelianoHolgui

Two offenders were placed into custody after being positively identified by two robbery victims in the 3500 block of W. Bloomingdale on The 606, June 19 at approximately noon.

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