The last time Merrick Garland spoke at a Niles West commencement was when his class graduated in 1970 and he was the class valedictorian.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel took no holiday this weekend from attacking Gov. Bruce Rauner over his veto of a police and fire pension bill.
Four people were killed, including a 15-year-old girl, and at least 45 more have been wounded in shootings across Chicago over Memorial Day weekend.
A man is in custody after he set himself and a store on fire in the Pilsen neighborhood during the Mole de Mayo festival.
Ed Stein’s restless water-watching from his lakeside condo ends this weekend when the sailboat of Chicago’s oldest mariner slips back into the water.
Though Oak Lawn’s public golf course is a money-loser, dozens of VIPs allowed to play the taxpayer-owned Stony Creek Golf Course for free.
The patriarch of Schaller’s Pump, a favorite watering hole among White Sox fans, was remembered Sunday as a Bridgeport icon. Jack Schaller was 92.
I would suggest that we remember those who yielded their lives, not as a favor to them but for ourselves. Dignity demands it.
Chicago Police officers made an unusual rescue Saturday morning on the Northwest Side.
High school students’ detective work resulted in new headstones to mark the graves of Civil War soldiers.
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