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56 min ago | Sys-Con Media
The home is located at 2156 North Tripp Ave. in to begin the year-long meticulous process of restoring the home to its 1901 state, when Walt was born.
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2 hrs ago | NBC Chicago
Looks like two competing grocery stores in Chicago are taking their battle from the food market to the job market.
6 hrs ago | ABC7 Chicago
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is creating a grocery store task force as Dominick's gets ready to leave the Chicago market and close stores.
"I would like to thank the George Lucas Foundation for this generous donation to help keep youth productively engaged in a safe environment when they're out of school," Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.
Lucas says he's proud to support the city's After School Matters program. The "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" creator says the money will make it possible for underserved teens to participate in after-school programs in a safe environment and learn career and life skills.
Firefighters stand at attention for a roll call during an open house celebration for the 100th anniversary of Chicago Fire Department's Squad 1. The state's lawmakers had passed a pension bill for all of about ten minutes-socking it to little old retirees from Cairo to Waukegan-when Mayor Emanuel issued a statement to the press.
After a morning featuring women sharing their experiences in the workplace, two men offered some tips based on their research.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today declined to say whether he got a specific pledge from legislative leaders to deal with the city's pension mess, even as the Illinois legislature is preparing to vote in Springfield today on a state pension reform package that does not address the city's shortfall.
Illinois lawmakers on Tuesday approved a bill proposed to fund the state's $100 billion unfunded pension liability.
As the public cost of health care for retired government workers soars, policymakers should explore alternatives, including the Affordable Care Act exchanges.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel gave a vote of confidence to CTA President Forrest Claypool on Tuesday, despite the laundry list of problems that have plagued the rollout of the new Ventra fare system.
In less than two months, community residents have raised nearly half of the $500,000 targeted to keep the Beverly Arts Center out of foreclosure.
Facing the worst pension crisis in the U.S., Illinois legislators will vote Tuesday on sweeping but controversial changes that could save the state an estimated $160 billion over three decades.
They are victims of a very private crime that has claimed the lives of 50 Chicagoans a year on average in the past decade.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City Council of the City of Chicago have issued a resolution recognizing the 25th anniversary of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes and its status as the longest running original show in Chicago theater history.
The new head of Chicago's FBI office said Monday he'll look for ways his agents can do more to help stem homicide rates and other violent crimes in the nation's third-largest city, though he added it's not yet clear what more the FBI can do that it's not already doing.