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The scholarships range from $1,000 to $50,000 per year, the mayor's office said.

Dunning »

Accenture Chicago is expanding its internship program after helping craft the school's IT curriculum.

The Loop »

Mia Engelmann from Whitney Young High School won the inaugural Mayor's Cup Youth Pastry Competition.

Bridgeport »

Juan Salgado, who is now a member of the Chicago Park District board, will replace Cheryl Hyman.

Bridgeport »

Chicago will remain a sanctuary city despite Donald Trump's election as president, Mayor Emanuel said.

Dunning »

The program is part of an initiative to train city college students for in-demand jobs.

Downtown »

A Harold Washington College instructor is being investigated for allegedly writing transphobic remarks.

Near West Side »

The $251 million, 1-million-square-foot facility can serve 6,000 more students than the old campus.

North Park »

The University of Chicago is also a partner in a program to help make college affordable for CPS grads.

Morgan Park »

Carolyn Epps wants local eighth-graders to consider the school when they ponder their future.

Downtown »

The scholarships will provide reduced tuition for CPS grads who complete two years at City Colleges.

Beverly »

With the university's president about to retire, a new neighbor is expected at 10400 S. Longwood Drive.

University Village »

Despite a New Jersey college's decision to drop the rapper, City Colleges leaders say his art inspires.

University Village »

The Chicago-bred rapper and recent Oscar winner will share his words of wisdom with graduates in May.

Dunning »

An Oct. 9 incident at Kennedy-King College prompted officials to close pools at five City Colleges.