Lincoln Park »

Chicago Teens Creating Honey Enterprise in Ecuador One Farm at a Time

The Francis Parker School seniors hope to expand from 50 beehives to 500.

Washington Park »

Washington Park Residents Demand U. of C. Open Up About Obama Library Bid

Washington Park residents are asking the university to commit to a benefits agreement before expanding.

Grand Boulevard »

CPS Wants Ideas to Reopen Dyett High School by April 6

Community groups are proposing an open-enrollment green technology school in Dyett.

Hyde Park »

Rev. Jesse Jackson to lead Martin Luther King Celebrations at the U. of C.

Glenda Hatchett of the TV show "Judge Hatchett" will also speak during the week of events.

Washington Park »

U. of C. Seeks Furniture Makers for Plan to Reuse Millennium Park Pavilion

The Arts Incubator wants 60 pieces of wood furniture for the pavilion's new home on the South Side.

Gold Coast »

Near North Side Townhouse With Rooftop Deck, Garden For Sale: $2.95 Million

At 55 E. Erie St. Apt. SH-1, there are two fireplaces, two kitchens and a personal elevator.

Irving Park »

Newton Bateman Elementary Hires New Principal

Georgia DaVos-Vetas was given a four-year contract as principal of the Irving Park school.

Roseland »

Residents Rip CPS' Rejection of Private School's Offer To Buy Vacant School

Residents say their views were ignored when CPS rejected two bids for the reuse of Shedd Elementary.  

Portage Park »

Portage Park Elementary, Once So Hot Crayons Melted, Gets Air Conditioning

Parents held a petition drive and letter-writing campaign to ask the mayor to cool down the school.

Bucktown »

Bucktown's Pulaski School Gets IB Program After Four-Year Effort

Pulaski is becoming "a true neighborhood school" with a focus on "world thinking," one parent said.

Norwood Park »

Taft Football to Get New Leader After Principal Dismisses Coach of 11 Years

Students launched an online petition to ask Principal Mark Grishaber to reinstate coach Matt Walsh. 

Dunning »

New Horizon Center in Dunning Looks to Expand with Play Lot

The school for the disabled is hoping to acquire a 1.25-acre plot from the city.

Austin »

New Charter School Officially Approved for Austin

Moving Everest Charter School, for kindergarten through eighth grade, will be at 416 N. Laramie Ave.

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