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Throwback Thursday: Before pools were built at Portage Park, neighbors flocked to a lagoon there.
The loss of 8,638 people is the largest of any American city.
The citywide collection of household items for veterans runs from Memorial Day through 4th of July.
And supervised children will be allowed to shoot at the ranges.
The zoning change sailed through the City Council in a 49-1 vote on Wednesday.
The program is designed to encourage law enforcement officers to live where they work, officials said.
The home at 5115 W. Grace St. has four bedrooms and three full bathrooms.
Neighbors complained that they'd been left in the dark about the new rink's construction.
Paintings by artist Richard Olsen will show at the museum, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave., until Aug. 12.
"Five Fifths of Ghostbusters" will raise money for the Chicago Fringe Festival during its Thursday show.
There are 5,889 men, women and children who are homeless in Chicago on any given night, officials said.
Schools are $9 billion in debt, and the union blames CEO Forrest Claypool and Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Chicago officials are always reviewing security operations to protect residents, Emanuel said.
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