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The eviction notices "caught many families unprepared," activists said.

Logan Square »

After two years of anticipation, the 10,000-square-foot store is now officially open.

Wrigleyville »

Two City Council groups criticized the voucherlike program, as did state Rep. Will Guzzardi.

Pilsen »

Find out why one state lawmaker wants to overturn a ban on rent control in Illinois.

Belmont Cragin »

The bill is designed to make struggling neighborhood schools the priority.

Kenwood »

Chicago has never had rent control and it's been outright banned at the state level since 1997.

The Loop »

CPS teacher Erika Wozniak urged DePaul to "step up and give back to the deserving students of Chicago."

Downtown »

The legislators pointed out that having Chicagoans drive farther would actually increase emissions.

Downtown »

Ald. Harry Osterman said the city's on edge as a Tuesday strike deadline approaches.

Downtown »

State Rep. Will Guzzardi (D-Chicago) wants to make in-state public colleges free for Illinois residents.

Logan Square »

Seth Lavin of Brentano Math and Science Academy led reporters on a tour of the school Thursday.

Portage Park »

Stephanie Rybandt, of Fannie's Cafe, which is opening a new location in Portage Park, will also speak.

Logan Square »

Two filmmakers are finishing up a documentary on Guzzardi's victory over Toni Berrios.

Hermosa »

Students and staff members said budget cuts were destroying the school.

Logan Square »

Represent your block to "confront major upheavals affecting the neighborhood" at the May 16 Congress.