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Northeastern Illinois University Faculty Avoid Strike As Contract Agreement Reached
The ratified contract adds 3 percent yearly pay raises and bonuses to faculty salaries, better balances workload and brings back awarded merit pay, the union president said.
Woman Who Attacked Strangers With A Bat Also Tried To Run Over 2 Victims With Her Car, Prosecutors Say
A woman charged with hurting women on the Northwest Side, some with a bat, was ordered held on an $800,000 bond — $100,000 for each woman she attacked, the judge said.
Jefferson Park Affordable Housing For Veterans, People With Disabilities Opens With Nature Artwork To Greet Residents
The buildings feature 72 panels by artist Kathryn Eli, whose work can be found around the Northwest Side and suburbs.
19 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Fair Trade Fest, Plant Sale, Mother’s Day And More
There's also the Lincoln Roscoe Art and Craft Fair, a yoga class with bunnies and a Hollywood-themed prom for pups.
Milwaukee Avenue Stretch Near Grayland Metra Station Will Be Closed Until End Of Year
The detours to Addison Street remain in effect as construction on the Metra bridge continues to take longer than planned.
Six Corners People Spot Returns To Milwaukee Avenue Sidewalk After 3-Year Absence
The small gathering spot is back and part of an effort to increase walkability and promote local businesses.
Los Migrantes Enviados En Vuelos Sin Retorno Desde Texas Duermen En O’Hare Mientras La Ciudad Se Apresura A Buscarles Refugio
La ciudad está trabajando para apoyar a los migrantes, pero los funcionarios dijeron que ha sido difícil planificar cuando no hay comunicación de los estados que envían a la gente aquí.
Ald. Jim Gardiner Delayed Six Corners Senior Living Complex After Receiving A $5,000 Bribe, Court Documents Allege
The documents are part of the FBI investigation into the alderman's conduct when he first entered office in 2019.
As Migrants Pack Police Stations And More Arrive, Exhausted Volunteers Say The City Needs A Better Plan
Volunteers and a North Side alderwoman suggested the city use larger locations to house migrants, saying conditions are abysmal in police stations and other neighborhood spots.
26 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: A Cinco De Mayo Bar Crawl, Hafla Dance Party, Pullman Walking Tour And More
You can kick off the first weekend of May with Chicago's Latino Spirits Festival, a spring market, North Pond wildflower walk and more.
As Migrants Wait For Shelter Openings At Police Station, Northwest Side Neighbors Flock To Help
More federal assistance could be coming to Chicago to help with the migrant crisis as families wait for shelter space in police stations.
Jefferson Park Chamber Of Commerce Gets City Grant To Hire Executive Director
The money will allow the mostly-volunteer chamber to bring in a leader who will have a greater presence in the neighborhood and help business owners.
Superdawg Is Turning 75 — But The Family Behind The Famed Hot Dog Joint Remains As Passionate As Ever
The signature hot dog joint with car hop service is celebrating its 75th anniversary with discounts and more throughout May.
16 Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend: Pickle Fest, Bookstore Crawl, Chinese Music Concert And More
There's also a launch party for a Chicago brewery, an Edgebrook art and wine walk and a 5K through Ravenswood and Lincoln Square.
Sidewalk, Alley Improvements Coming To 45th Ward
Construction could start in early summer, but the 45th Ward office is still deciding where improvements will be made, Ald. Jim Gardiner said.
Resurrection College Prep Celebrates 100 Years Of Educating Young Women: ‘There’s A Lot Of Love At The School’
The school's centennial celebration this weekend will raise money for the annual fund, which provides education opportunities and gives tuition discounts to students in need.
Migrants Sent On One-Way Flights From Texas Sleeping At O’Hare As City Scrambles To Find Them Shelter
The city is working to support the migrants, but officials said it's been difficult to plan when there is no communication from the states sending people here.
Portage Park’s Bistro 6050 Gets New Owner — But Award-Winning Empanadas Aren’t Going Anywhere
The remodeled cafe will open May 1 with lunch, catering and a "hip" vibe to bring people to the Northwest Side.
As Northwest Side Loses 223 Low-Cost Apartments, Advocates Say Chicago Needs Better Affordable Housing Laws
Affordable units at the Pavilion Apartments are switching to market rate after a low-income tax program subsidizing the apartments expired. It mimics a national trend of potential displacement.
Mayfair Residents, Business Owners Can Get Money Back For Buying Security Cameras
The program will give rebates to residents or business owners who buy up to five cameras.