Norwood Park »

Norwood Park Chamber Offers Scholarships

Two $500 scholarships are up for grabs from the Norwood Park Chamber of Commerce.

Downtown »

GEMS World Academy Breaks Ground on Upper School

The 16-story private school at 355 E. Wacker Drive will open in the fall of 2016. 

Morgan Park »

Don't Hide Stuff in Your Underwear Drawer, Other Tips From Real-Life Crooks

"You women think that your underwear drawer is a safety deposit box," a convicted burglar said.

Old Town »

Top Principal To Leave CPS, Blames 'Over-Testing'

Popular leader of LaSalle Language Academy made great strides during her eight-year tenure.

Logan Square »

Somos Logan Square Hosts Second Gentrification Workshop Tuesday Night

The group will present “Gentrification 101” Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. at Comfort Station.

Beverly »

March4Meg 5K Run/Walk Finds Support Throughout Beverly

Meg Moonan, 43, died on March 30, 2012, shortly after being diagnosed with melanoma.

Lakeview »

See What Advice Chicago 'Shark Tank' Winner Andrea Sreshta Had for Students

One month after her episode of "Shark Tank" aired, Andrea Sreshta helped some student inventors.

Lakeview »

Lake View High School Skips Teacher Surveys on New Principal's Performance

The surveys caused a stir last year, but staff can still voice opinions at the next council meeting.

Hyde Park »

U. of C. Scientists Will Reveal Why We Choke Under Pressure in Brain Talk

At the April 1 "Brain Teasers" talk, researchers will reveal what mysteries of the brain they've solved.

Lincoln Square »

'Outrage' Over Lincoln Square Alternative High School Addressed by O'Connor

The alderman's office has fielded numerous queries about the school, which came to light last week.

Hyde Park »

Former Bookstore to Host Bookbinding Classes

Artist Regin Igloria will give a six-week bookbinding class in the former O'Gara and Wilson bookstore.

Humboldt Park »

Handwrite a Letter, Or Type It Out, at Humboldt Park Event

Throwback paper art makes a comeback at the Letter Writing and Mail Art Workshop.

Lincoln Square »

Vote on Lincoln Square Charter High School Put Off Until May

The charter school operator requested a continuance until May on a zoning change request.

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