Bronzeville »

Dyett To House New Open-Enrollment School, but It Won't be a Charter: CPS

The current school will shut down at the end of this year, before the new school opens in 2016-17.

Austin »

Leland Elementary in Austin Gets Total Schoolyard Makeover

The unveiling of the Lavergne Avenue project is set for Saturday.

The Loop »

DNAinfo on Fox: The Peace Room, Gigantic Pasta Pie and a Gangster's House

Jon Hansen features some of's top stories on Fox Chicago.

East Side »

What's There To Learn About Conceal And Carry? More Than You Might Think

Chicagoland Conceal Carry Institute owners hope gun-training class helps neighbors feel safe.

Rogers Park »

Radio Extra: Is Lead Paint Still a Problem in CPS Schools?

Documents reveal CPS knew about lead paint at Gale Academy five years before it was removed. 

West Town »

Peabody School Sold for $3.5M to Real Estate Firm

The school is the first property of several put up for sale by CPS after last year's closures.

Norwood Park »

Northwest Side Schools Remain Some of the City's Most Crowded, Data Shows

Taft High School remains the most crowded high school in the city.

Lincoln Park »

Field of Dreams at Alcott Receives $750,000 Grant

The project looks like a done deal thanks to a grant from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.

Hyde Park »

Storytellers Will Sing Songs About Ancient Egypt at the Oriental Institute

Storyteller Judith Heineman and musician Dan Marcotte will sing their comedic "How to Make a Mummy."

Rogers Park »

CPS Knew About Damaged Lead Paint at Gale for Five Years, Documents Show

Activists ripped the school district for waiting to remove paint from school until this year.

Edgewater »

Loyola's New Kenmore Avenue Campus Renamed St. Ignatius Community Plaza

The university had launched an online poll to rename the new section of campus.

Rogers Park »

Sullivan High School Opens Career, College Center

Last month, the neighborhood school opened a job center.

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