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Those who did not take part can still donate until April 1.
The one-mile run offers a healthy way to start the South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade fun.
Less than a year after launching, the Catholic Charities program is making about 25 deliveries a day.
Southwest Side volunteers will transform a old blank wall into a colorful neighborhood tribute.
The South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade returns for the third time since a two-year break.
The frozen yogurt chain will make its Chicago debut in May in the old burger joint in Mount Greenwood.
The entertainment district could use smaller venues to support its theaters, local leaders said.
The Second City is teaming up with School of Rock Chicago to create a rock and performing arts camp.
The prekindergarten class took a field trip to Mrs. Green's Natural Market Wednesday.
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Play games for free in 10 buildings' common areas for two weeks, thanks to the new restaurant.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel teared up when talking about the Polar Plunge as a fundraiser for Special Olympics.
Jen Kramer has made it her goal to make sure people know the history of Special Olympics Chicago.
Supporters just need to use the site to buy items from online retailers for their school to benefit.
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