Onahan had four fountains fail, but CPS said the water may have been turned off before testing.
The free festival takes over the grounds of the Chicago Ag School from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Aug. 28.
Teams will meet for the fire safety rally Saturday at the St. Sabina Employment Resource Center.
Advocate's new medical office in Beverly aims to treat nearby seniors with chronic medical conditions.
Registration for the event begins at 7:30 a.m. Sunday.
Cooling centers can help you beat the heat when it gets too warm in the city.
Friday is expected to be the hottest day, feeling like 110 degrees.
Abrar Quader, an attorney with Compassionate Care Network, is headed to the White House Thursday.
In bid to encourage diversity, aldermen dropped a $30 fee charged to take the police or fire entry exam.
"You know why those laws fail? Because criminals by definition don’t follow laws," says Donald Trump Jr.
Don't trash oversized plastics like deli trays and buckets — they're recyclable.
An instructor from Tula Yoga will lead Sunday's class at Metropolitan Farms.
It will take 4-6 months for Nick Fox to be able to walk again, family members said.
Water at 75 schools throughout the city has tested positive for lead, officials said.
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