Two of the six schools slated to be closed in June by the Chicago Archdiocese have been given a new lease on life.
hurch officials blame funding and say they have given more than $100 million to its schools on top of what the parishes earned.
The shuttering of a southern Illinois center for the developmentally disabled has been postponed due to a pending court case.
Congressman Dan Lipinski (D-IL) has written to the Federal Aviation Administration, questioning why Midway International Airport has been placed on a list of 72 airports where air traffic control towers could be closed overnight.
The North Side’s Argyle Red Line stop will close for up to six weeks starting Friday as crews work on long overdue repairs to the century-old station.
About 50 people filed into the South Shore Cultural Center Monday to sound off on the Chicago Transit Authority’s plan to shut down the south branch of the Red Line for five months next spring.
An additional mile of Lake Shore Drive north all the way to Navy Pier will be closed beginning Sunday afternoon.
Gov. Pat Quinn signed a budget deal into effect Monday aimed at avoiding the closure of seven mental health centers.
Employees celebrated at a South Size Pizza Hut Tuesday, after it was announced that a number of restaurants in danger of closing will remain open after all.
There is hope for the seven state facilities that Gov. Pat Quinn wants to close.
Madison Street is now closed between Canal and Franklin streets downtown, as Phase 2 of the Wacker Drive reconstruction project begins.
Questions persist about why North Avenue Beach was really closed on Memorial Day. Emergency calls made that day seems to suggest concerns about the crowds, not the heat.
A lot of residents and beachgoers still are not buying the city’s version of events about why the city closed the North Avenue Beach on Memorial Day.
Reporters wanted to know today whether it was really flash mob gang activity – not cases of heat exhaustion – that closed North Avenue Beach earlier this week.
Finance Station N at 2148 E. 71st St. will close on May 13, according to a release from the USPS.
The South Branch of the Evanston Public Library, one of the north suburb’s three library locations, will be closing.
The second phase of Wacker Drive reconstruction begins today, and several streets are already closed.
As the new year arrives, so will a new portion of the Wacker Drive reconstruction project.