More than 100 playgrounds would be refurbished or built under the city's Chicago Plays! program.
Bob Zavell has owned the kite shop for 22 years, including more than seven in Norwood Park.
Grenier, 70, has been a fixture at the Far Southwest Side Catholic high school since 1969.
A grieving family is behind an effort to better alert the public about outbreaks of contagious diseases.
The new effort, focusing on areas with low home broadband use, would be one of the first of its kind.
The musical group was one of only 10 to play at the state boys basketball tournament.
Perspectives Charter School's Anthony Adams will receive the Richard M. Daley Leadership Award.
The principal is trying to find alternative space options to keep the program going.
The children's store opened in Bucktown in 1998 and also has an Andersonville location.
Students from around the city competed this weekend at the 64th annual CPS Science Fair in Hyde Park.
The Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences hosted third-graders for a lesson on farming.
Students at the Near West Side school are taught Crossfit exercises in their physical education classes.
Brendan McMahon, 10, is slowly losing the ability to walk because of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
The exhibit is part of Project Passenger Pigeon, marking 100 years since the birds became extinct.
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