"I want to be living proof to other women and girls that look like me that we can have our own companies and create them from the bottom up,” said owner Dominique Leach.
Ald. Michelle Harris asked for a vote on the zoning change to be delayed for now so she can gather more community input.
Habitat for Humanity showed off seven new homes being built at 120th Street and South Emerald Avenue.
The storm will start Friday afternoon and it won't let up until Sunday morning.
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Only four shops are apparently open Tuesday — and two were either low on product or were already turning away recreational customers.
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The corridor, which handles 11,500 rides a day, will complement the Red Line's expansion to 130th.
A swim coach reaped nearly $30,000 in payments from three outside groups for the off-the-books rental of a school pool over three years.
Six Chicago high schools are less than 10 percent full — and three are over 144 percent full, according to new CPS numbers.
It'll be chilly and snowy when the Quadrantid meteor shower peaks Friday night into Saturday morning.