NEWS articles

Last song at Choir charter school?

The Board of Education will vote on a recommendation to close Choir Academy Charter School of Chicago. Officials say the school is in debt and faces reduced enrollment.

over 5 years ago | Adrian G. Uribarri

Storm victims seek relief through new, temporary FEMA disaster recovery center

Residents affected by the storm of Sept. 13 and 14 can file for aid at a new Federal Emergency Management Administration office in Albany Park.

almost 6 years ago | Craig Kanalley

Education protest planned for weekend White Sox game

Hundreds of children and parents, let by the state Sen. James Meeks, D-Calumet, protested at the first game of the Cubs playoffs raise awareness to the lack of money to improve city schools.

almost 6 years ago | Madeleine Kuhns

MWRD: repairs on schedule at flooded pump house

Pump house station repairs are moving forward as water management officials work furiously to get pump capacity back to storm readiness in the wake of flooding and power outages that occurred Aug. 4

almost 6 years ago | Jennifer Slosar

Sewage district crews working on S. Side pump station

The pump station, one of the world's largest, failed last week, flooding hundreds of basements. The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District says two pumps have been replaced.

almost 6 years ago | Jennifer Slosar

On Fire or Melting Down?

Sox' sins catch up to them in Minnesota.

6 years ago | Mike DePilla

Four children and two adults hit by car while crossing street

Two adults and four small children were struck by a car Tuesday morning as they attempted to cross a Bridgeport street. Police are still seeking the driver of the car that hit them.

6 years ago | Kwame Shorter

South Sider charged with ramming cop car

Suspect refused breathalizer, cops say

almost 7 years ago | Geoff Wallin

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