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South Chicago »

The city has raised phone taxes twice in the last three years.

South Loop »

It is still not clear how the Discovery Partners Institute, which could open by 2022, will be funded.

Little Italy »

The governor reportedly envisions a new big campus for U. of I. But it's unclear who's paying for it. 

Lincoln Park »

Students for Reproductive Justice delivers birth control on Friday nights via its Text Jane service.

Portage Park »

The center is holding a rummage sale next week to plug up its $10,000 debt, its director said.

Lakeview »

The Republican governor had vowed to veto the measure, but reversed course.

Woodlawn »

Rev. Corey Brooks has converted a vacant Walgreens into a community and job-training center.

Lincoln Square »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has vowed to do whatever it takes to persuade Amazon to pick Chicago.

Logan Square »

Elected alderman in 2015, Rosa is among the youngest to be elected to the Chicago City Council. 

Edison Park »

Gov. Bruce Rauner hailed the measure as a compromise that will fund Illinois' schools fairly.

Humboldt Park »

The school-funding measure, expected to clear the Illinois Senate, goes up for vote Tuesday.

Little Village »

The measure will "help law enforcement focus on stopping violent crime," the governor said.

Wrigleyville »

The bill was passed unanimously by both the Illinois House and Senate.

Lincoln Park »

A state law allowing airport-style noise monitoring for Lake Shore Drive went into effect this week.

Dunning »

The Illinois House is scheduled to consider overriding Gov. Rauner's veto Wednesday.