Increasing the price of sticker tickets came at a devastating cost for thousands of Chicago’s poorest residents.Flickr/Daniel X. O'Neil

Here’s How To Fix Regressive City Sticker Program To Ease Burden On Chicago’s Poorest, Task Force Says

A task force launched by City Clerk Anna Valencia offered up 14 recommendations, including a debt-forgiveness program.

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Who Needs Instruments, Anyway? Grant Park Chorus Brings A Capella Series To South Shore Cultural Center

The chorus will make a stop in South Shore for its "In the Parks" a capella series, celebrating works written by women — including a commissioned piece from award-winning composer Lori Laitman.

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Realtor Tasked With Selling Austin’s Iconic Pink House Is Now Fighting To Keep Family In Their Home

The owners of the pink house on Central Avenue started a GoFundMe to raise the money to repair the house and prevent it from being torn down.