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Overworked Social Workers, Underserved Kids: As CPS Works To Fill 100+ Vacancies, ‘Kids Are Getting Shortchanged,’ Teachers Say
"I feel like I have to turn hurting children away," said one social worker, while others described the situation as a mental health crisis, especially for general education students.
Stan's will also give away glazed doughnuts to customers on June 7.
Hundreds of homeless animals will need foster and permanent homes when they arrive in Chicago on Friday.
If you're in need of kale and fun, these neighborhood farmers' markets can help.
And don't hate the messenger, but ... more rain is coming.
The Saturday all-day concert event will feature students of all ages and skill levels.
“A lot of what we are seeing out there is crimes of poverty and we have to invest in the South and the West Side,” Lightfoot said.
Chicago's had more than a foot of rain this spring and more is coming.