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Here’s What The New CPS Calendar Will Be If 5 Days Are Added In

The days were added in to partially make up for days lost to the Chicago Teachers Union strike.

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In New CTA Board Game, You Must Fight Off Pigeon Swarms And More To Get Around Chicago

The game, called "EL: The Chicago Transit Adventure," will require Chicagoans to travel the city with an "L" train as their piece on the board.

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Sorry, Chicago: It Might Still Be Fall, But Winter Weather Is Sticking Around

The average temperatures for Chicago this time of year are in the 50s, but colder temps are in the forecast.

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Nonstop Christmas Carols Return To 93.9 Lite FM Tuesday

Christmas is weeks away, but 93.9 Lite FM will start playing holiday tunes on Tuesday.

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You Can Adopt A Dog For Free At PAWS Event Saturday. Here’s Who You Could Take Home

PAWS will let you adopt a dog who's 7 months or older for free on Saturday.

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Wins, Losses And Painful Compromises: How 5 Major Issues In Chicago’s Teacher Strike Were Resolved

It’s clear that Chicago teachers are walking away with more than they had before the strike. But the city also ended the impasse having met its goal of limiting new spending to $500 million or less each year.

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CPS Teachers Strike Officially Over, Classes Resume Friday

Five school days will be made up under a compromise between the city and Chicago Teachers Union.

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City And CTU Reach Tentative Pact — But Teachers Say An End To Strike Hinges On Making Up Days

If the mayor agrees, the deal potentially ends a two-week strike and sends the district’s 25,000 teachers back to work.