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Could new high school be coming to NW Side by 2018?

by BRIAN NADIG Alderman Nicholas Sposato (38th) is optimistic that a new high school could open in 2018 near Irving Park Road and Oak Park Avenue in Read-Dunning Tax Increment Financing District

If you like fests, Jeff Park place to be Labor Day weekend

The Milwaukee-Lawrence and Elston-Lawrence commercial areas will be home to three festivals over the Labor Day weekend. About 30,000 people are expected for the 36th annual “Taste of Polonia” festival which will

Development of Jefferson Park spotlighted in walking tour

by BRIAN NADIG The development of roadways and residential subdivisions in Jefferson Park was highlighted during an Aug. 28 walking tour which commemorated the 200th anniversary of the Indian Boundary Line. The

Sandals, sleeveless shirts allowed as Taft dress code gets more casual

by BRIAN NADIG The student dress code at Taft High School is being revised to allow sleeveless shirts, sandals and other types of open-toed shoes. The Taft High School Local School Council

Presidential race is now ‘the lull before the lull’

by RUSS STEWART Yogi Berra, the late baseball player and master of malapropisms, once famously said, "It ain’t over till it’s over." That accurately describes the Clinton-Trump presidential contest, which won’t be

Lincolnwood Village Board of Trustees meeting on Aug. 16

by CYRYL JAKUBOWSKI The Lincolnwood Village Board of Trustees at its meeting Aug. 16 approved an ordinance lifting a longtime zoning code prohibition to allow fast-food restaurants with drive-through facilities in the