Students at 17 public schools and the UChicago Charter School will choose 10 free books this year, and program leaders hope to expand into more schools in coming years.
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Expungement Clinic, Job Fair Saturday Aims To Help Those Hurt By The War On Drugs Benefit From Legal Weed Business
People can get help clearing non-violent offenses, find jobs and learn how social equity applicants can enter the industry.
The girl ran off and the man tried to chase her during the Wednesday incident, police said.
Ald. Jim Gardiner (45th) announced Friday he will hold a public meeting "to hear about the future of the former Sears Parcel at Six Corners."
The partnership between Half Acre and Big Star came to fruition, naturally, over beers in the Half Acre Balmoral beer garden.
Chicagoans tired of dreary winter weather will soon be able to grab a cup of coffee at Botanical Cafe, a new plant shop and cafe opening later this month.
The Wooden Spoon will raffle off cooking classes and have a prize wheel at the store Saturday.
Michelin-starred chefs and home cooks alike are making unique concoctions for the Souper Bowl’s third iteration.
Block Club mapped dozens of spots in the city where you can buy your Christmas tree in 2019.
Macksantino Webb was fatally shot while standing on the Red Line platform Tuesday. "It's time we stop having to walk behind the caskets of black boys," his uncle said.