An effort to ban the street musicians Downtown faltered in the face of opposition last month.
A separate fund created in 2015 should correct the accounting issue, city officials said.
Chance wants someone to help him with creative project proposals.
The Chicago Police Department's new technology helped with an arrest Friday.
The Metropolitan Planning Council released a study showing what desegregation could mean for Chicago.
Rhymefest and others are playing the festival, which for the first time will be held in Millennium Park.
The city will resume construction this spring without an expected $2 million from the state.
Do you know your deep-dish pizzas from your tavern-style pizzas?
The $160 million contract for Ameresco Inc. is set to be introduced to the City Council Wednesday.
"If he wants Chicago basketball players, he's going to need to go outside the box," Nick Irvin said.
"If the city can poison rats," he reportedly said, "then why do they care about burning them?"
"Thee Almighty & Insane," Brandon Johnson's new book on the cards, quickly sold out its first edition.
The Erikson Institute's "mindfulness" project hopes to calm Chicago students at high-poverty schools.
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