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St. Eugene Parents Say Archdiocese Blindsided Them, Demanding $300,000 Be Raised In 3 Months Or School Will CloseBy Bob Chiarito Jefferson Park, Portage Park Primary category in which blog post is published
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."
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.
The days were added in to partially make up for days lost to the Chicago Teachers Union strike.
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.
The average temperatures for Chicago this time of year are in the 50s, but colder temps are in the forecast.
Christmas is weeks away, but 93.9 Lite FM will start playing holiday tunes on Tuesday.
Business owners and neighbors are being asked to give their feedback a new pedestrian plaza planned for the alley at 4870 N. Milwaukee Ave.
PAWS will let you adopt a dog who's 7 months or older for free on Saturday.