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A thousand children said to be fleeing the violence in Central America will be welcomed to Chicago, where local children are routinely in the cross-fire of gang-related grudges. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, at the request of the Obama administration in which
Chicago is getting about $2.2 million in federal grant money and private matching funds to set up a program to help startups and entrepreneurs gain access to testing and demonstration facilities in Illinois and Michigan...Energy Secretary Ernest
The Chicago Department of Public Health on Monday said it would offer a $100 reward to residents who report illegal sales that result in a conviction. Licensed retailers may sell cigarettes in packs or cartons to people age 18 and older, and all
Sinai Health System in Chicago will have a new president and CEO starting July 1. The health system's board announced this week that Karen Teitelbaum is taking the top leadership post. The health system includes Mount Sinai and Holy Cross hospitals,
The Minimum Wage Working Group includes community, labor and business leaders. Its first public hearing is Monday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Kennedy-King College...The group is also announcing a website to serve as an additional public forum...Co-Chair
The Chicago Sun-Times reports a Cook County jury convicted Martin Ybarra on Thursday. The now 25-year-old was charged with first-degree murder for the deaths of 13-year-old Johnny Edwards, 17-year-old Kendrick Pitts and 15-year-old Raheem Washington.
Chicago's largest running group plans to don the blue and yellow color scheme synonymous with the Boston Marathon in a show of support and solidarity with victims of last year's bombings. The colors will be on T-shirts given to runners in the Chicago
Earlier this year, Mayor Rahm Emanuel persuaded the City Council to double from $500 million to $1 billion a so-called commercial paper program used to tide the city over between major bond issues. Chief Financial Officer Lois Scott said then that
Alderman Brendan Reilly says the motorized, two-wheeled devices can cause problems when tour groups explore the city with as many as 30 riders. Advertisement The Chicago Sun-Times report Reilly's proposal would limit the groups to no more than eight
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Thursday the sale of city-owned land will be open to homeowners, block clubs and nonprofit groups in the South Side Englewood neighborhood. He says it's part of a five-year housing plan meant to revitalize neighborhoods.