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Downtown »

The legislators pointed out that having Chicagoans drive farther would actually increase emissions.

West Loop »

The training center will serve Plumbers Local 130's more than 4,000 journeymen and apprentice plumbers. 

The Loop »

Butler College Prep Principal Christopher Goins called on politicians to "put kids first."

Bronzeville »

Claypool announced the launch of a new "grassroots" advocacy campaign for more funding from Springfield.

Lakeview »

The rally to "put people ahead of corporate profits" will begin at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

The Loop »

Schools chief Forrest Claypool readied "painful layoffs to the Central Office and administrative staff."

The Loop »

Gov. Bruce Rauner insisted his plan to take over CPS is not "dead on arrival" and has support downstate.

Lincoln Park »

The project looks like a done deal thanks to a grant from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.

Uptown »

Free health screenings, consultations and pain management classes are being offered.

Lakeview »

The third annual women's health and resource fair includes posture screenings, raffle prizes and snacks.

Uptown »

Illinois Senate President John Cullerton pushed to include the theater in negotiations for a bill.

North Center »

Mayor Emanuel was on hand to celebrate the completion of Bell Elementary's $10 million addition.

Lakeview »

No guns in businesses should be the default, not the exception, Senate President Cullerton said.

Lakeview »

Many local businesses have had questions on how to deal with the law, a state rep spokesman said.

Albany Park »

Albany Park and Irving Park residents will have the opportunity to meet their legislators face to face.