10 things to go this summer in Chi-Town
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10 things to go this summer in Chi-Town

Summer is here, and Chicagoans should soak up every bit of the warm weather they can because before we know it it’ll be time for snow plows and…

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CPS inspector general demands independent team  handle sex abuse investigations
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CPS inspector general demands independent team handle sex abuse investigations

Chicago Public Schools Inspector General Nicholas Schuler asked the Chicago Board of Education President Frank Clark to allow his office to handle the investigation of sexual abuse allegations…

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29 Rooms exhibit comes to Chicago
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29 Rooms exhibit comes to Chicago

Refinery29’s “29Rooms” has been plaguing Instagram and Facebook since it premiered in New York back in September 2017. The popular exhibit is finally coming to the Windy City.…

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Rogers Park residents protest against Target and Three Corners Development
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Rogers Park residents protest against Target and Three Corners Development

This Wednesday, concerned residents of the Rogers Park’s 49th Ward marched from Jarvis Station to Alderman Moore’s office. The march was organized by the Rogers Park Community Benefits Coalition,…

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New phase of Lakefront Trail separation breaks ground
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New phase of Lakefront Trail separation breaks ground

Nearly 100,000 Chicago residents a day visit Lakefront Trail in the summer months. Rise of serious crashes between cyclists and pedestrians led to the start of the city’s…

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Fun ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Chicagoland!
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Fun ways to celebrate Mother’s Day in Chicagoland!

Mother’s Day is approximately three weeks away, Chicagoans! To celebrate this special occasion on May 13, the Chicago News has compiled a list of ideas for you to…

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The Chicago Police are searching for a missing man
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The Chicago Police are searching for a missing man

The Chicago Police Department is searching for a 63-year-old African-American man named Michael Barnes. The 5-foot-8, 140-pound Barnes was reported missing on February 18 and hasn’t been seen since.…

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Your Chicago guide to Easter
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Your Chicago guide to Easter

Top Five Last-Minute Easter Ideas in no particular order With Easter just around the corner, it’s not too late to come up with some great plans. Lucky for…

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Candidate Cries Foul at City Elections Board for Removing Her from Ballot
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Candidate Cries Foul at City Elections Board for Removing Her from Ballot

Lisa Copland, a candidate for Circuit Court judge, said she was naïve to believe that the election system is fair. Her friends had warned her that the machine would…

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Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund Sues Charter School for not Paying Pensions
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Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund Sues Charter School for not Paying Pensions

The Chicago Teacher’s Pension Fund (CTPF) filed a lawsuit in Cook County Court recently against Prologue, Inc., who operated the now-closed Joshua Johnston Charter School for Fine Art…

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