The current school will shut down at the end of this year, before the new school opens in 2016-17.
Doctors cleared the child quarantined since Tuesday at University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital.
Chicagoland Conceal Carry Institute owners hope gun-training class helps neighbors feel safe.
Creating a mural on 18th Street is helping James Foley's friends deal with their grief, they said.
George "Babe" Tuffanelli ran bootlegging and gambling for Al Capone before moving to Las Vegas.
The officer is alert and stable at Mount Sinai Hospital after being shot in Grand Crossing, police said.
Supt. Garry McCarthy comes to meet with Grand Crossing District officers and CAPS members.
Storyteller Judith Heineman and musician Dan Marcotte will sing their comedic "How to Make a Mummy."
Two patients were screened for ebola on Tuesday, one remains in quarantine at Lurie Children's Hospital.
Summers replaces Stephanie Neely, who resigned four months before she was to run for re-election.
Ald. Walter Burnett talked medical marijuana dispensaries after one on Lake Street got city approval.
The David Rubenstein Forum will be a new social space for faculty and students on 60th Street.
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Eight Chicagoans are headed to Switzerland next month to report to the U.N. Committee Against Torture.
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