The students discussed the city's problems with aldermen as well as business and civic leaders.
You can turn in that book you checked out in 1985, no questions asked.
That's not even the coolest thing senior Damian Medina has done this year.
The league is looking for players ages 8-12.
The league is also looking for managers, coaches and volunteers.
For kids to get in free, their parents need to print off a voucher online.
American Heart Assoc. volunteers knit the hats to raise awareness for heart disease and birth defects.
Second grader Zachary Pelegrino gave his big sister Zyra — a fifth grade student — a run for her money.
Attendance jumped among the city's museums and zoos last year.
The Lakeview father just published his second memoir about his son's journey into adulthood.
"There is a crisis across the city of Chicago," said Richard Boykin.
Catie Schultz, 10, of Morgan Park cut off 13 inches of her strawberry hair for Wigs for Kids.
The new program gives teens the space to talk about issues in their community.
Fifth-graders completed a monstrous creative writing project this year thanks to a local nonprofit.
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