The $160 million contract for Ameresco Inc. is set to be introduced to the City Council Wednesday.
Rhymefest and others are playing the festival, which for the first time will be held in Millennium Park.
"Thee Almighty & Insane," Brandon Johnson's new book on the cards, quickly sold out its first edition.
The Metropolitan Planning Council released a study showing what desegregation could mean for Chicago.
Ald. Moreno (1st) said the development was "significant" and the condos were supported by neighbors.
The proposal comes after a West Ridge man died March 12 after stepping off a party bus in Edgewater.
The net population loss of 21,000 residents in 2016 was more than the drop of 14,000 the previous year.
The block club at 1700 N. Luna reminds visitors, "God is watching."
Gov. Bruce Rauner is reviewing the legislation, his spokeswoman said.
Westside Bee Boyz manages bee hives all over Chicago and is helping next generation learn the craft.
The Erikson Institute's "mindfulness" project hopes to calm Chicago students at high-poverty schools.
Landmarks Illinois launched a program to save World War I monuments across the state, including Chicago.
The red-light cameras set to be removed did not deliver "anticipated safety benefits," a study found.
The Human Relations Committee asked Trump not to deport veterans who have served in the armed forces.
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