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Northside College Prep, Whitney Young and other Chicago Public Schools also ranked high.

West Ridge »

Several parents were found to have falsified addresses to get kids into selective-enrollment schools.

Logan Square »

The Carolina Panthers special teamer's father grew up in Chicago, played football at Lane Tech.

Logan Square »

Carmen Marron, a Latina director, writer and producer, is in town for the premiere of her second film.

North Center »

The totem pole was a gift from the class of '83, but it's gotten rusty and is partially hidden by trees.

North Center »

The burglars broke a window in the main entrance Saturday night, police said.

Old Town »

Payton had the highest cutoff scores for entry, followed by Northside, Jones, Whitney Young and Lane.

Roscoe Village »

In her acceptance speech, she gave thanks to her father, who came out as transgender.

North Park »

CPS performed well in Newsweek's new rankings of top high schools serving low-income students.

Roscoe Village »

The overpass will be replaced by a grade-level intersection, which some say will increase congestion.

Roscoe Village »

Welles Park will get a long-awaited playground, Clark Park a less-desired track-and-field facility.

Roscoe Village »

An informational meeting on the Western Avenue Improvement Projects leads the day's events.

Near West Side »

Academic Centers for seventh- and eighth-graders required higher scores than ever to get in.

Uptown »

Lydia Diaz has "unwavering commitment and dedication" to her students, the school's principal said.

North Center »

Drew Williams' family thanked the students but has taken down Williams' website and asked for privacy.