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The program's featured lupine pair are from Howling Woods Farm of Jackson. Scores turned out last Thursday evening to participate in the Lincoln Park Public Library's program on wolves. The library had such a large turnout for the event that local
The job description says the candidate should be student-centered, committed to the performing arts and have a "belief in, dedication to and passion for our goal of nurturing students into highly functional and outstanding students in the performing
Ahmed-Ullah, Chicago Tribune reporter Parents whose children attend overcrowded Chicago schools complained to the Board of Education on Wednesday that their buildings deserve improvements just as much as an elementary school in the affluent Lincoln
Updated: November 20, 2013 9:37PM As some rejoice about a plan to relieve overcrowding at a Lincoln Park elementary school, parents with kids at other crammed schools want to know when they'll be able to spread out.
Mrs. Green's, the New York-based organic grocery store that opened its first Chicago outlet Friday in Lincoln Park, has signed a deal to take over the vacant Fox & Obel store in Streeterville, which closed last month amid financial problems and
Authorities are investigating the cause of a crash that resulted in serious injuries to a 45-year-old Wayne man driving a motorcycle Monday on West Pinebrook Road...Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson by a medevac helicopter for injuries
25350350 Updated: November 12, 2013 10:18PM After months of radiation, the first thing Chicago restaurateur Jason Chan said he could taste was his mother's rice dumpling soup, something she had made for him as he recovered last summer.
The $18 million project at Lincoln Elementary School at 615 W. Kemper Place was announced by school and city officials including Mayor Rahm Emanuel to cheers from parents and community members who had pushed for an addition at the school. The city
According to police, James Delguercio was charged with driving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS), and possession of drug paraphernalia. While on patrol on Boonton Turnpike, Officer Michael Bono took note of the
Christopher Borrelli Tribune Reporter Are you from the planet Cicero? Do you think Soldier Field looks more the Death Star than a football stadium? Do you often think that Chicago in February is a lot like Hoth? Then you, young padawan, need to get