(This story has been edited to reflect the proper weight of rooftop snow)As the Chicago region digs out from 20 inches of snow on the ground, keep in mind that a lot of it is still piled up above our heads.Drifting snow on rooftops can be a problem for building owners, and for passers-by.WB
Pace Bus’s paratransit service, a lifeline to elderly and disabled people who rely on public transportation, has had to overcome significant difficulties to access its riders.“In the city, and in a number of the suburbs, too, we're running into a lot of issues as far as vehicles being ab
Chicago, this is what we in the business call 'great tape.'The City Hall press corps (and other press) finally had a chance to pose their many questions about Lake Shore Drive, blizzard fall-out, and storm clean up costs directly to Mayor Daley on Thursday. He hasn't spoken publicly since
When's the last time you had to show your boss a tardy slip? Dan Mallon, a CTA train rider was given a train delay notice this morning at the Division street blue line stop. He thinks this was a thoughtful gesture on CTA's part.
We've been amazed by the photos our users have been submitting to our Flickr pool of the 2011 Blizzard. Contributor Clark Maxwell went above and beyond by putting together this video of a drive through Elmhurst this morning. Check it out- it's pretty awesome!
The Daley Administration defended its decision not to close Lake Shore Drive earlier during the major winter storm late Tuesday that dumped more than 20 inches of snow on Chicago and generated winds in excess of 50 m.p.h. During a late afternoon press conference on Wednesday, Raymond Oroz