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Lawyers Say City Council Members Are Dodging Plan To Give Detainees Their Prompt Phone Call — So They’re Jumping In The Freezing LakeBy Pascal Sabino Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale Primary category in which blog post is published
Chicago Recycling Rate Gets Even Worse At 8.8%. New Laws, More Composting Could Change That, Report SaysBy Kelly Bauer Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published
Only 146 schools received a Level 1-plus compared to 185 the year prior.
A plane slid off the runway at O'Hare Airport, hundreds of other flights were canceled and the weather is only going to get worse.
One housekeeper who has worked at the hospital for 24 years makes less than $15. Thanks to the new contract, her wage will be increase by $2-3, she said.
Meet The New Judge Ruling Over Restorative Justice Court In North Lawndale: ‘This Court Is Your Fresh Chance’
The program that aims to repair harm instead of sending people caught up in the court system to jail is the first of its kind in the state.
It'll feel like it's zero degrees outside at points next week.
Seventy-seven hate crimes have been reported to the Commission on Human Relations by the police so far this year, Noriega said. In all of 2018, there were 78 hate crimes reported to police, Noriega said.
Have you seen an injured or dazed bird? The Chicago Bird Collision Monitors can help. "These guys are like little tourists coming through Chicago."
More than 400 nurse assistants, housekeepers, transportation workers and other staff plan to walk out over pay, insurance and staffing concerns.
The district plans to make up five days of school canceled by the strike by holding class on Nov. 27, the day before Thanksgiving, Jan. 2 and Jan. 3, June 17 and June 18.