Marcus DiPaola is Tweeting body temperature updates to dispel concerns that he's carrying ebola.
Irving Park, Albany Park and North Park voted to tax themselves to preserve their mental health.
Growing Smiles, 3701 N. Southport Ave., will buy candy from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The city's "clean and green" initiative is looking for volunteers.
The mayor and Supt. Garry McCarthy toured the Police Department's bike training facility Tuesday.
Bridgeport and Chinatown are among neighborhoods packed with urban agriculture.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the city is ready to deal with potential Ebola patients at the airports.
The Norwood Senior Network d elivers meals to homebound seniors and provides other services.
Hamilton Elementary teachers and staff are starting an eight-week fitness challenge on Monday.
The practice preview and health screening come to Quest Multisport Monday.
The Space to Grow initiative brings green space to four CPS schools.
The Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation hopes to raise $75,000 for the event.
Doctors cleared the child quarantined since Tuesday at University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital.
Documents reveal CPS knew about lead paint at Gale Academy five years before it was removed.
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