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Lincolnwood installs officials

by Sean Keenehan The Lincolnwood Village Board of Trustees at its meeting May 2 installed Barry Bass as new mayor of the village, Georjean Nickell and Jean Ikezoe-Halevi as new trustees and

Mixed-use plan raises parking concerns

by BRIAN NADIG Concerns that a proposed 21-unit apartment complex with seven storefronts on the former site of Eden’s Banquets, 6311-23 N. Pulaski Road, would worsen the area’s parking congestion were raised

Sears site at Six Corners being marketed for new tenants

by BRIAN NADIG The site of the Sears Department Store at 4730 W. Irving Park Road is being marketed for new commercial tenants. Up to 127,106 square feet of "anchor space" is

Board approves new Stefani restaurant on Kow Kow site

by SEAN KEENEHAN The Lincolnwood Village Board of Trustees at its meeting May 2 approved an ordinance granting special uses, zoning and signage variations to the Stefani Signature Restaurants group for the

Six Corners BBQ Fest to feature roller rink, giant Jenga, live music

by BRIAN NADIG A roller rink and a giant-size Jenga game are some of the new activities planned for the seventh annual Six Corners BBQ Fest on June 10-11 on Milwaukee Avenue

Compromise not reached, but Arena says 5150 project would not be larger than currently planned

by BRIAN NADIG A May 15 meeting that included Alderman John Arena (45th) and opponents of a controversial plan to build an apartment complex and warehouse at 5150 N. Northwest Highway did