The potential mayoral hopeful will hear concerns from the Southwest Side.
The union organizer blasted Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the 11th Ward leadership.
The mayor's office said the proposed school on the Near North Side would no longer be named after Obama.
The University of Chicago, one of four finalists for the library, will propose three sites for it.
Ald. Joe Moore said Chicago Police are using helicopters as part of routine patrols to combat violence.
As in Ferguson, Mo., protesters sought the name of the officer who shot and killed the teenager.
The Bridgeport resident, a retired court reporter, said he's a staunchly progressive Democrat.
Margaret Huyck, national president of the league, will be among the presenters for September Fest.
The federal government will pay most of the $5 million annual cost of the program.
After a Monday morning shooting left a young man dead, Ald. James Cappleman emailed residents.
The Gold Coast resident has worked under Fioretti since 2012 and resigned from her job to campaign.
Two Chicago universities are being considered as sites for the Obama Presidential Library.
Fioretti, an outspoken critic of the mayor, becomes Emanuel's highest-profile opponent.
Dyett High School supporters said they'd met with a sympathetic Mayor Rahm Emanuel, but nothing changed.
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