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The Blackstone Foundation grants aim to connect diverse Chicago entrepreneurs with resources to grow. 

Grand Boulevard »

The tech incubator 1871 will develop the lessons at Dyett before expanding to more schools.

Downtown »

Sadiq Khan said Trump was "playing into the hands of ISIS" with a proposed ban on Muslim immigrants.

West Loop »

Borrowing from 1871's startup model, leaders of West Loop literacy hub say there's strength in numbers.

River North »

"My Building Doesn't Recycle!" catalogs information about buildings without recycling services.

River North »

Local honorees include three Northwestern students and Divergent author Veronica Roth.

River North »

The city on Thursday unveiled a map detailing the city's  1,429  residential parking zones.

Uptown »

The creator of the virtual game — which crowd sources beer ideas — is raising money on Indiegogo.

River North »

A pay-per-use college textbook service and a tool used to track diseases abroad are among the winners.

River North »

Ideas to improve the education, health, energy and city planning industries will be presented at 1871.

River North »

A website tracks when sewage is dumped in the river. It will only increase with the fall rains.

River North »

The 1871 incubator offshoot "The Bunker" announced Tuesday that the app team would be its first tenant.

River North »

MyPower invented a pager-sized device that stores energy from walking and running.

The Loop »

The River North startup connected the Loop eatery with its fans, who helped pay for new equipment.