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Bronzeville »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted the bridge's replacement as proof of the city's investment in Bronzeville.

Kenwood »

Education groups said the alderman never bothered holding meetings before claiming neighborhood support.

Grand Boulevard »

Activists have pressed Burns to offer a plan to save the school from closure next year.

Downtown »

Although the number of minorities increased at the 10 schools, there was a drop at the four top schools.

Pilsen »

They'll wait for the General Assembly to raise it statewide, but are "poised to move" in Chicago.

Kenwood »

Electronics also will be accepted for recycling at Kenwood Academy.

Downtown »

Ald. Will Burns dismissed it as "political theater," insisting he wants to keep Dyett High School open.

Oakland »

Burns declined to sign on to a plan to keep Dyett open, but promised a report on community opinion.

Kenwood »

Kenwood would move its academic program into the closed school in 2016 under the alderman's plan.

Bronzeville »

Dyett boosters chided Burns for failing to engage as the community made plans to save the school.

Kenwood »

Jamaica Foods owner Salah Joudeh said he will not appeal losing all his city licenses.

Downtown »

Ald. William Burns denied making a "backroom deal" to move another school into the building.

Englewood »

Five public meetings will be held in Chicago to discuss raising minimum wage above $8.25 per hour.

Uptown »

At least seven Chicago aldermen support the measure, backed by activist group ONE Northside.

Douglas »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the Oakland center would mimic Chinatown's Ping Tom Park Field House.