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  • Condition Critical

    As Ravenswood Hospital shuts down, a quixotic doctor wages a war of words against the parent company that he blames for its failure.
  • The View From the Porch

    Watching the White Faces Return
  • Midwife Crisis

    Patients say doctors won't do.
  • The Price of Safety

    How Marquette Park became the first neighborhood to raise its own taxes.
  • Crash Landing

    How a cop's ideal life became a daily ordeal.
  • Exit

  • How Much Is Too Much?

    Another home for the mentally ill is opening in Rogers park, and the welcome mat is starting to wear thin.
  • Stacks Under Attack

    Thousands of books have been carted out of the Sulzer in the last few weeks in what's being called a standard "weeding." But library employees users smell a rat.
  • Memorial MIA

    Moved into storage for the Wacker Drive rehab. a cherished fountain honoring Vietnam veterans has yet to reappear and plans for its future are sketchy. Has the city lost track of the past?
  • That Train Doesn't Stop Here

    Why are Chris Cohen's most proposals to improve Metra and RTA service being sidetracked?
  • Grave Condition

    Patricia Tyson says her father's final resting place is a mess. Restvale says cemetaries are a messy business.
  • They've Got Her Covered

    Between support from City Hall and an unofficial "incumbent protection arrangement," 33rd Ward alderman Villa Colom is dug in deep.