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Ameya Pawar

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Andersonville »

Dispensary 33 hopes to be the first dispensary to sell medical marijuana in the city, officials said.

Lincoln Square »

The head shop, which doesn't have a business license yet, would be too close to schools, neighbors say.

North Center »

Ald. Ameya Pawar also cited the support of every elected official in his area.

Uptown »

Ameya Pawar called Lincoln "an outrageous operator" and threatened to seize its Clark Street yard.

Lincoln Square »

In just two years, Amundsen High School has gone from being on probation to a Level One rating.

The Loop »

But Ald. Ameya Pawar said it's a symptom of the problem, not an argument for charter schools.

South Loop »

Friends of Parks group applauds Ald. Ameya Pawar for no vote; says real fight will come in court.

Jefferson Park »

A new law would make it more expensive to build residential projects that need special permission.

North Center »

Learn more about the mayor's proposed 2016 budget and share feedback at town hall meetings.

Lakeview »

The Lakeview Chamber of Commerce event will take place over the next three Sundays.

Roscoe Village »

The new ball diamond—a public/private partnership—is the North Side's first IHSA regulation-size field.

Lincoln Square »

As Lycee Francais opens, the transformation of the former Ravenswood Hospital campus is nearly complete.

Lincoln Square »

Neighbors object to the building's size and lack of parking. Pawar said the ward needs more apartments.

North Center »

Ald. Pawar has thrown his support behind zoning changes for new apartment developments.

Downtown »

The City Council called on the Police Department to explain a backlog in processing rape evidence kits.