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"Springfield will step up," said Mayor Rahm Emanuel. "There is no other option."

East Garfield Park »

The projects will be paid for by $24 million in TIF money and completed by fall 2014.

Edgebrook »

Parents at the Edgebrook elementary school have sought an expansion to ease overcrowding.

Downtown »

A resolution calling for a city referendum on an elected Board of Education went to the Rules Committee.

Grand Crossing »

A new practice field, dedicated Friday by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, will be used on afternoons.

Woodlawn »

Some are unfamiliar with Brazier's legacy; one business owner said there are better ways to preserve it.

South Austin »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus visited Michele Clark Magnet High School.

Downtown »

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle called police torture "a disgrace and a blemish."

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel called police torture "a dark chapter of the history of the City of Chicago."

Downtown »

Large buildings must post their energy-use data online. Some residents are balking at compliance costs.

Woodlawn »

The idea will be introduced to the City Council on Wednesday.

Downtown »

The city wants to stop the buildings from being used as shelters for gangs and other criminal activity.

Downtown »

The Energy Benchmarking Ordinance faces an up-or-down vote in the City Council.

Auburn Gresham »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said first-day attendance wasn't the true test of "consolidated" schools.

Auburn Gresham »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Garry McCarthy credited Operation Impact with a drop in crime stats.