Ald. Nicholas Sposato has called for an elected school board and supported the teachers strike in 2012.
In Case You Missed It , DNAinfo's weekly podcast, highlights some of this week's neighborhood news.
Theater management blamed canceled screenings on the filmmakers, saying there was no pleasing them.
Seven candidates are vying to replace Ald. Tim Cullerton on the City Council.
An import ban on British-made Cadbury chocolate has chocolate-loving expats riled.
The memorial edition of Charlier Hebdo will be available at 5 a.m. Friday at Kaage Newsstand.
Reporter Heather Cherone stopped by Fox studios to discuss the day's top stories.
"My Building Doesn't Recycle!" catalogs information about buildings without recycling services.
Mary O'Connor and Joe Lomanto said they had nothing to do with the theft of Anthony Napolitano's signs.
Michelle Baert, Michael Diaz and John Garrido are challenging John Arena's bid for a second term.
The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association seminars are designed for vintage home owners.
Community policing meetings are set for the Far Northwest Side in Febraury.
Meaghan Thomas Olson's EatGiardiniera.com site aims to be the ultimate resource guide.
Heather Cherone discusses why Jim Bachor began filling potholes on DNAinfo Radio.
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