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Felicia Davis

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Pullman »

Felicia Davis will lead Olive-Harvey, which focuses on transportation-training programs.

Englewood »

Chan. Juan Salgado will recruit students in places like Englewood, where enrollment hit  a record low.

Archer Heights »

The $22 million addition addressed overcrowding at one of 12 dual-language Chicago Public Schools.

South Loop »

Planners envision a four-story building with 53 classrooms, including three science labs, two art rooms.

Garfield Park »

Residents of the apartment building on the West Side said it's gotten too cold to bathe.

Downtown »

One critic called the signs on the sidewalk that say "Watch out for falling ice" "incredibly stupid."

Downtown »

Aldermen on Wednesday approved setting up a way to shame landlords with problems in their buildings.

Downtown »

Two convictions on code violations within two years would land a landlord on the problem list.

Downtown »

The Zoning Committee approved an ordinance addressing a moratorium on new signs imposed last year.

West Loop »

More than 1,200 flights canceled as city deploys plow fleet and prepares schools for below-zero weather.

Chatham »

Felicia Davis is a former Chicago cop and now the mayor's choice to head up the Buildings Department.

Albany Park »

Albany Park Neighbors group is concerned about a lack of representation on the screening committee.

Chicago »

Five-person committee will narrow field for the vacant City Council seat.