Nonprofit organization The Darren Group hosted its first back-to-school pep rally and backpack giveaway.
Every student at two South Side elementary schools will receive free school supplies on Tuesday.
Albany Park's Joseph Ocol would like to raise $25,000 for prosthetic arms for Mary Joy Tuboro, 12.
Construction crews set up fencing around the site Thursday morning.
Gov. Pat Quinn added $10 million in state funding to bring the number of workers to nearly 2,000.
The popular theater, more popular than ever, has outgrown its Lakeview digs.
The school also has considered expanding its building on Loyola Avenue to stay in the neighborhood.
School, on academic probation 11 years, has had two principal changes in less than a year.
The renovations to Taft were "long overdue," said Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd Bennett.
The TimeLine Theatre in Lakeview and a Jewish school in Edgewater are looking to move to Andersonville.
The new business incubator could provide new options for researchers trying to spread their ideas.
Dyett High School was scheduled to close at the end of the upcoming school year.
The renamed Washburne Culinary & Hospitality Institute reflects the new emphasis.
U of C released numbers Monday showing $579 million in wages are paid to Chicago residents.
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