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Rahm Emanuel

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South Loop »

Albany Park flooding is a "priority" in the initiative, but river and lake runoff should improve as well.

Downtown »

Eight food trucks will set up shop downtown from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.

Portage Park »

The garden is the first step toward transforming the empty landscape that surrounds the school.

Englewood »

The proposed measure, sidetracked in committee, calls for full transparency on city privatization deals.

Belmont Cragin »

The mayor attended the first of three planned roundtables before unveiling his city budget plans.

Edgewater »

Ald. Harry Osterman said the camera at Hollywood Avenue and Sheridan Road protects seniors.

Jefferson Park »

Residents of the 41st and 45th wards will be among the last in the city to receive blue carts.

Near West Side »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) helped break ground Wednesday afternoon.

River North »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the arrival of speed cameras had nothing to do with the decision.

River North »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel worked to address a projected $339 million budget shortfall.

Downtown »

Emanuel blasted Republicans who refuse to vote on a budget in protest of the Affordable Care Act.

Lincoln Square »

The congressman's memoir, "Still Dreaming," is due out Oct. 7.

Near West Side »

Emanuel takes over cityofboston.gov Wednesday as part of a mayoral wager over the Stanley Cup finals.

Portage Park »

Fewer crashes show that driver behavior has changed for the better at those locations, city said.

The Loop »

The city announced the Chicago Food Truck Rally for eight trucks at Daley Plaza on Oct. 11.