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Rahm Emanuel

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Downtown »

The Department of Transportation released the 50 locations for speed cameras to be running in 2013.

Dunning »

Ten years after residents began working to renovate Merrimac Park, the playground opened Friday.

South Loop »

The new Green Line station was expected to be completed and operational by the end of next year.

Downtown »

Students took part in boycott of classes to "support the schools, support the teachers."

Lincoln Park »

The proposed 101,000-square-foot, $57 million dealership would be located at Elston and Diversey Avenues.

Woodlawn »

Aldermen on the south lakefront said the mayor's ordinance would be a burden for over-taxed constituents.

Bucktown »

The mayor presided over a ceremony to mark the start of construction of the North Side elevated path.

Downtown »

Yet Mayor Rahm Emanuel said it can even be extended to "the whole city, not just Safe Passage routes."

Bucktown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said at least former CPS boss Jean-Claude Brizard appreciated his sense of humor.

Bronzeville »

No incidents were reported along Safe Passage routes as students returned to school.

East Garfield Park »

Protesters said the mayor "ran away" from Cather school instead of walking students home, as planned.  

Chatham »

An overnight campout hosted by cops aimed to build stronger ties between kids and police.

Downtown »

A new advisory committee will help the city to decide what to do with empty school buildings.

Downtown »

Former CPS boss also jabs Rahm Emanuel, saying he needs to "let go" and "allow his managers to lead."

Near West Side »

The 100-year-old school will open next week as Crane Preparatory Medical High School.