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The Chicago Teachers Union is launching a three-day march around the city in protest of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to close dozens of schools. It starts Saturday and organizers are billing it as a march for "education justice." Emanuel is moving
John Kass I've got a feeling that in some weird, alternate universe, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is making a decent living playing hide-the-pea...He begins moving them faster and faster, talking and talking and talking, until his hands stop...But in the
Thursday, May 16, 2013 Brian Jackson~Sun-Times Updated: May 16, 2013 3:54PM Imagine you're in a high school acting class, and your teacher announces a surprise visitor: Hey everyone, say hello to George Clooney. It was a bit like that Thursday
City Hall Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org May 13, 2013 5:14PM Mayor Rahm Emanuel speaks to Ald. Howard Brookins Jr. before presiding over the Chicago City Council meeting, Wednesday, Noverber 16, 2011, where council members vote on the Administration'
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing a plan that would trade an additional hour of paid parking during the week for free parking on Sundays. So far, 24 members of the City Council say they support the mayor, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Friday.
Mayor, the city's top executive said, quickly correcting Sotelo. Mayor Rahm Emanuel left before sixth graders in Logan Square's Funston Elementary School got to ask about a possible presidential run. But Emanuel offered some interesting insights into
Desiree Rogers seen as next Choose Chicago chairman Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to appoint former White House social secretary Desiree Rogers as board chairman of Choose Chicago, the not-for-profit agency that sells Chicago as a tourism and
A Chicago hub for digital startups has created 800 jobs and attracted nearly $30 million in capital investments in its first year. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn joined leaders from the center known as 1871 to mark its anniversary Friday...It
Originally published Friday, May 3, 2013 at 10:46 AM Mayor, Ill. lawmakers make case for Chicago casino Visitors to the nation's third-largest city are usually spotted wandering the Magnificent Mile, snapping pictures of the Willis Tower and sampling
Venture capitalist Bruce Rauner, who is exploring a run for governor, has resigned as chairman of the board of Choose Chicago, the non-profit agency that serves as the city's convention and tourism bureau...Rauner, a Republican, has served in that