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An emotional Rahm Emanuel proposed $36 million more for mentoring programs, among other solutions.

Englewood »

"Meeting of Styles" gathering called "something positive" by mayor as 59th Street viaduct transformed.

Bronzeville »

Two lanes will be blocked off Wednesday to Friday, officials said.

Downtown »

The Chicago Board of Education has signed off on the plan, which would fund school modernization.

South Shore »

The second of three budget forums was dominated by Dyett High School hunger strikers and protesters.

University Village »

The mayor announced an expansion of a program providing free tuition at City Colleges.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel followed through on a budget move to double the city's police bike patrol officers.

Rogers Park »

Students were told camp was canceled on the last day of school — but CPS now says there's money.

Rogers Park »

On Monday, a man was shot near Gale Elementary causing its principal to cancel recess—outraging parents.

The Loop »

A new law against cyberbullying has led some Illinois districts to compel the surrender of passwords.

Old Town »

Parents with kids studying Arabic, Urdu and more are lobbying for a language-focused high school.

Downtown »

Since December 2013, four people have been banned from attending the monthly meetings.

Back of the Yards »

A daycare operated by Metropolitan Family Services will receive $105,000 in free renovations.

Auburn Gresham »

The parents, upset at plans to overhaul the school, want to meet at a school council meeting Tuesday.

Auburn Gresham »

Walter Gresham Elementary Principal Diedrus Brown said she is not going down without a fight.