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Lincoln Park »

The school is getting air conditioning, a new weight room and a drama workshop along with repairs.

Mt. Greenwood »

The vandals caused significant damage to the Mount Greenwood school and left ugly graffiti behind.

Roseland »

The program offers a meal to anyone younger than 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. through Aug. 25.

Edgewater »

The move is designed to raise the standards for all CPS preschool students, officials said.

South Loop »

CPS has tweaked its message on closing National Teachers Academy and converting it to a high school.

Humboldt Park »

Emanuel said Tuesday he is planning to run for a third term as mayor of Chicago.

Belmont Cragin »

The new facility will include a turf football and soccer field, two baseball fields and a running track.

Lincoln Square »

Kids at Waters Elementary line up to dump scraps in a compost bin and recyclables in another.

Morgan Park »

Felicia Lawrence will be among three hosts of "The Jam," which will debut this summer on WCIU-TV.

Mt. Greenwood »

Air conditioning at the school has been an ongoing problem, and an overhaul is set for this summer.

Old Town »

Principal Derrick Orr said Chicago Public Schools forced his resignation and called it "very classless."

South Loop »

Parents came out to support National Teachers Academy, which would be turned into the new high school.

South Loop »

National Teachers Academy would be converted to a high school under the plan, irking academy parents.

Morgan Park »

Tight end Martellus Bennett and others pitched in to buy the rings when CPS came up short.

Lincoln Square »

There are 75 principals in the program aimed at reducing the red tape involved with running a school.