Edgebrook, Edison Park, Sauganash
Ald. Brian Hopkins, who co-sponsored an ordinance to force the city to try "cured-in-place pipe" liners in existing mains, said perhaps some day it could ease the city's lead pipe issues.
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Over 20 companies and organizations will be looking to hire at tomorrow's employment fair.
Some people use meteorological seasons and other prefer astronomical seasons. Everyone's wrong. And right.
The school district said that gains by African-American students are one of the biggest drivers behind the improved numbers.
The city isn't expected to be any rainier or drier than normal this fall.
Students from Voices of Youth in Chicago Education said they felt silenced during meetings meant to promote community input, and that having officers in schools at all made them feel less safe.
Thousands Of Pot Convictions To Be Cleared Quickly As Kim Foxx Uses New Technology To End ‘Legacy Of Mass Incarceration’
"Illinois has an opportunity to address the wrongs caused by the failed war on drugs," Foxx's office said.
"Some nights you can't even walk in the door," said a manager at City's Edge on Devon. "We have the windows open and actually have people outside the bar watching."
Whoever finds the elusive Queen of Hearts will split the pot with St. Juliana Parish.
The shooting happened Thursday afternoon in the 5200 block of North Natchez Avenue.