Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
$8 Million Austin Charter School Complex Expansion Will Bring More Grades And A Place For Kids To Play Outdoors
The expansion will also improve the afterschool programming from By The Hand Club For Kids and will also allow kids to stay at Moving Everest Charter School through eighth grade.
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Chicago Would Have Most Expensive Uber, Lyft Rides In The Country If Lightfoot’s Congestion Tax Adopted, Rideshare Companies SayBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
The teachers' sticking points, including smaller classes sizes and increased staffing, remain.
In all, 38 neighborhoods are represented in this year's Open House lineup — we're here to help you narrow down your choices.
Teachers explain in their own words why they went on strike starting Thursday.
Parks, libraries, the YMCA and Boys and Girls Clubs are opening their doors to kids during the strike.
West Siders Heading To South Africa To See How Nelson Mandela’s Fight Against Apartheid Could Combat Racism At Home
The trip grew out of annual celebrations hosted by state Rep. La Shawn Ford commemorating the birthday of Mandela, who worked to overcome apartheid.
An ordinance to allow "freestanding facilities" up to 150 feet tall in city parks was submitted to City Council Sept. 18, but activist groups say no one informed them of the proposal until Monday.
The union’s Tuesday night announcement came just hours after Mayor Lori Lightfoot told reporters that she was ready to write staffing and class size promises into the union contract.
Scooter Season Is Over For Now — But Will They Return? Group Says They Should (But With Docks This Time)
The Active Transportation Alliance thinks scooters should stay — but docked and kept off urban trails and out of Downtown.
"In our community, murders don’t get solved,” West Side Ald. Emma Mitts said.