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Uptown »

The suit was sparked by the Council's decision to give a city subsidy to an Uptown development.

Englewood »

Pilgrim Baptist wants to at least save two walls of structure, still can't afford rebuild, lawyer said.

Downtown »

A judge last week threw out one lawsuit claiming the red-light camera program is unconstitutional.

Washington Park »

Experts said the veterans center can't satisfy housing court in time without another extension.

South Shore »

The Local School Council is unsure why CPS removed the principal just after as contract was renewed.

Grand Boulevard »

Irene Robinson kept up the hunger strike after doctors warned her blood pressure is dangerously high.

Douglas »

The activists have not eaten for five days to get CPS to make a decision on Dyett High School.

Grand Boulevard »

The 12 activists said they were feeling good as they started day two of their hunger strike.

Hyde Park »

Twelve people pushing for a district-run option have refused to eat until the plan is approved.

Near West Side »

The school, for kids with emotional instability, will not have any teachers or students this year.

Sauganash »

However, schools will have to pay coaches — and give CPS $50 for each team, officials said.

Edgewater »

Mary Beck's online resumé shows experience in charters, magnet programs and neighborhood high schools.

Edgewater »

While th eLocal School Council will choose a permanent replacement, an interim leader is chosen by CPS.

Logan Square »

Assistant Principal Shanele Andrews will serve as administrator-in-charge during the transition.

The Loop »

More than 800 families had selective-enrollment applications rejected as incomplete.