Mayor Announces Expansion Of International Baccalaureate ProgrammingA number of government and education officials gathered at Curie High School Friday to announce the expansion of International Baccalaureate programming.
Mayor Emanuel Stays Calm Through Ongoing Illinois Budget ShowdownMayor Emanuel verbally shrugs when asked about the continuing budget stalemate in Springfield.
4,000 Properties Available For $1 With Expansion Of Large Lots ProgramMajor Emanuel announced Tuesday a major expansion of the city's Large Lots land sale program, that will expand into more than 30 communities across Chicago.
Officials Announce $75M For Chicago Train ExtensionChicago Transit Authority officials have approved a capital plan that includes $75 million in funding for an extension of major train line.
President Obama Congratulates Cubs Win On Twitter, Along With Many Chicago Sports TeamsPresident Barack Obama is giving it up for the Chicago Cubs.
2016 Repaved Streets Moves Chicago To Better TransportationMayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday more than 175 miles of Chicago streets have been repaved in 2016.
A New Confectionery Coming To Chicago As Mars And Wrigley CombineMars, Inc. announced Wednesday a plan to combine its chocolate and Wrigley segments to create a Mars Wrigley Confectionery in Chicago.
Chicago Aldermen Plan To Remove Honorary Trump Sign, Emanuel AgreesChicago may say goodbye to the ‘Honorary Trump Plaza’ street sign if Chicago aldermen have any say in the issue.
Chicago's Trump Tower Is Not The Only Large Trump SignA man in Michigan showed his support of presidential candidate Donald Trump is a large way, by mowing ‘TRUMP’ into his 8-acre lawn.
Demonstrators Skeptical Of Chicago Mayor's Public Safety PlanAbout 100 people staged a protest outside of Malcolm X College as Mayor Emanuel laid out his highly anticipated plan to curb gun violence in Chicago.
CPS Students Set New ACT Score RecordMayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Schools announced Monday that students acheived a record high average ACT score.
Wilson Sportings Goods Plans To Move Downtown In 2017Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday that Wilson Sporting Goods plans to relocate its global headquarters downtown late next year.

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