UChicago Reopening With Some In-Person Classes, Weekly Coronavirus Testing: ‘We Are Not Returning To Life As Usual’
Students are set to move back to Hyde Park starting Sunday before beginning in-person instruction Oct. 5.
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Chicago Public Schools has pledged this year will be better for students in special education. But it’s still unclear how the district will provide some services virtually.
The project will bring 500 new apartments to West Randolph Street near Union Park.
Representatives from the private school said they have no immediate plans to buy more property, but they will hold onto their units in another condo building for "long-term planning."
North Austin Community Center, Set To Open Next Year, Will Connect West Side Youth To Mentoring, Sports And More
The project is modeled after the Pullman Community Center. Pullman saw significant decreases in crime, increases in home values and a boost to local business after the center opened.
Have An Idea To Improve Rogers Park? Neighbors Can Weigh In On How $1 Million Gets Spent In Neighborhood
The 49th Ward's participatory budget process allows neighbors to offer ideas on how to spend "aldermanic menu" funds.
There's been a national shortage of people signing up to be election judges amid the coronavirus pandemic — but the post is key to ensuring voters can safely and confidently cast their ballots.
Some commissioners lauded a "transformational" investment in the South Side neighborhood while others cautioned about the risk of gentrification.
The project at 2017 N. Mendell St. is still a long way from reality.
At least 8,392 people have died from coronavirus in Illinois since the start of the pandemic.