The city will start testing for lead at a number of schools "out of an abundance of caution."
A sea of families in charcoal gray T-shirts will take over the streets of Beverly on Mother's Day.
Walgreens is opening a pharmacy on 71st Street, but another location a half-mile away will remain open.
"She made everyone feel comfortable and involved," a Drummond Montessori School teacher said.
State regulators questioned U. of C.'s projections for new patients and the $270 million price tag.
Older people have different views on what constitutes rudeness, study finds.
The annual walk is expected to draw more than 1,000 people and to raise $300,000 for the March of Dimes.
But other restrictions, such as not placing dispensaries near schools or day cares, still would apply.
The new 15,000-square-foot center at the Milwaukee/Leavitt intersection has opened.
"There's a lot of trauma here, but there's also a lot of cancer," one doctor said at a community forum.
The popular outdoor workout series returns June 1.
Drop off nonperishable food items, first-aid kits, sleeping bags and more through May 5.
Ag School junior Emily Neeson studied mice colons for her winning science fair project.
The Beadle Inn specialized in flexible leases for patients and families at South Side hospitals.
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