Instead, the school will focus on improving enrollment, the school's leader said.
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Army Of Lawyers Will Be Watching 25th Ward Polling Places On Election Day In Response To Vote Buying, Fraud Allegations
In February, some fourth precinct voters said they were given $20 gift cards in exchange for a vote for candidate Byron Sigcho Lopez.
Wahlberg told superfan Nina Santacrose he's her biggest fan, too, before giving her tickets to a New Kids on the Block concert.
The restaurant will be replaced by a new dining concept, but One Off Hospitality is still hashing out the details (no pun intended).
Chance The Rapper Backs Preckwinkle: Lightfoot’s Prosecutor Past ‘Not In The Best Interests Of Young Black People,’ Rapper Says
Lori Lightfoot said she respects Chance and other activists: “I share their passion and commitment to pursuing true police accountability."
After Devastating Fire, Syrian Community Network Receives Outpouring Of Support, Finds Temporary Home In Edgewater Church
The nonprofit that helps refugees received more than 25 offers from Chicagoans who wanted to help.
He Made It To Cirque Du Soleil — And Returned To His Chicago Arts School To Teach And Honor His Roots
"I'm sharing a bit of what I left Chicago to do," said Chicago Academy for the Arts grad Kevin Beverley, who will be perform with Cirque du Soleil this spring.
The second phase of the streetscape project will focus on improvements between Carpenter Street and Ogden Avenue.
Construction Begins On ‘One Chicago Square’ Across From Holy Name Cathedral, Will Feature An 88-Story Tower
Workers are currently trying to get rid of rodents like rats in the area, and "abatement will remain a priority" during construction, Hopkins said.