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Daley has no problem with his younger brother Bill's recent decision to drop out of the race for Illinois governor. In fact, the former mayor said Wednesday, he supports the move. "I was proud of him because you have to make your own decisions in
At the blast of a whistle, the cross-country runners hovering over the starting line at Chicago's Dunbar Vocational Career Academy shot forward, a churning mass of basketball high-tops and knee-scraping shorts beginning a 21/2-mile race in a dead
As CPS children continue to transition from a record number of school closings this year, the district opened a new season of major school actions with the release of the guidelines it could use to drastically change schools this year. CPS also could
School cafeterias are embracing new electronic payments systems to streamline operations. Recently, the City of Chicago became one of the largest school districts to sign up for electronic payments, joining public schools in New York City; [...]
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September 29, 2013 9:46PM A man was killed and 15 people have been injured in shootings across the city since Friday afternoon including four people shot near a South Side elementary school, along a Safe Passage route.
September 27, 2013 9:29AM Mayor Rahm Emanuel launched a campaign to save the Beverly Arts Center on Thursday by announcing a $250,000 donation from the city of Chicago. Summit in Chicago and comes on the heels of a decision by an arbitrator that the
Illinois Department of Corrections mugshot of Jesus Alanis, 42, of Chicago, a former City Hall and Chicago Public Schools employee convicted in a child-sex case and sentenced to 20 years in prison. Updated: September 26, 2013 4:44PM A Chicago man who
On Wednesday the mayor indicated he's going to try to push that day of reckoning into the future, an approach that helped create the pension mess in the first place. He also acknowledged that a solution is going to require the city to come up with
It's a little difficult to imagine that the entire future of the education reform movement is being decided in a municipal election in Bridgeport, Connecticut...Paul Vallas is a familiar face or at least a familiar name to anyone who has charted the [