The shooting of Adam Toledo shows that not much ever changes in Chicago.
Chicago’s City Council hates taking from the schools and giving to the rich but sometimes they do it anyway.
As I watched jubilant teachers, wearing union red, from the Acero charter school network celebrate the new contract they’d won after a four-day strike, I had a flashback to the way things used to be. The Chicago Teachers Unions were in the midst of their 2012 strike, which had shuttered all the public schools in […]
A former student goes back to visit.
Also, CPS alters plans to shut down three Englewood high schools over the summer.
Also, Tinley Park police release a new image of the Lane Bryant shooting suspect ten years after the tragedy.
Also, alderman Carlos Ramirez-Rosa is reportedly planning to drop out of race to replace Congressman Luis Gutierrez.
The CPS boss apologizes for an invoice change he previously said he didn’t recall—after being shown proof of the change.
As she faces possible prison time on federal charges of bribery, it’s important to remember that Mayor Rahm hired Barbara Byrd-Bennett to be the public face for his despised school cuts and closings.
You’ve got a big chance to take this city in a different direction, Chicago—don’t mess it up.
How the GOP candidate for governor compares with other political figures who like to push people around.
The mayor’s unpopularity is expected to affect City Council races as well as the campaign for mayor.
Mayor Rahm shouldn’t have shuttered Trumbull grammar school; it would be another big mistake to raze it.
Mayor Emanuel sits on an estimated $1.7 billion in TIF reserves, but somehow schools face more cuts.
Suddenly it’s election season again—and swimming season too.