The holiday weekend typically marks the start of Chicago's bloodiest months.
The U-Haul report comes after the Census Bureau said Chicago lost 8,638 in population last year.
And supervised children will be allowed to shoot at the ranges.
Kathy Florence and Diane Jagielnik, both St. Bruno graduates, have taught at the school since 1973.
A conversion would be good news to many South Loop parents, but not the ones losing their grade school.
The tougher requirements are expected to be approved Wednesday by the Board of Education.
The loss of 8,638 people was the largest of any American city last year.
Drivers should be on the lookout for turtles in May as they deposit their eggs on the road shoulders.
CHICAGO'S CRAFT BEER ATLAS: Looking for a tour? Or just your next favorite IPA? Our map can guide you.
An Uptown resident has extensively detailed the history of 200 Chicago-made items.
A judge ruled that city officials must allow members of the public to weigh in at Council meetings.
The measure, which would go into effect in 2023, now heads to the Illinois Senate.
The event, which will run from 5-8 p.m., is free and open to the public and will feature three stages.
The citywide collection of household items for veterans runs from Memorial Day through 4th of July.
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