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While no local schools will be closed, the South Side was hit with a number of school shut-downs.
Ventra, a new system of paying for transit, will be phased in during the summer after approval by the Chicago Transit Board Wednesday.
Government, Police & Fire
Solicitors are asking taxpayers to hire them to fix property value errors. Here's what you need to know.
The Chicago Transit Board passed the increases in December, which affect daily, weekly and monthly passes, reduced fare passes and trips from O'Hare Airport.
Chicagoans who didn't apply to get half off their sidewalk repairs through the city have already missed out; the popular program is already closed because of too many requests.
Government, Local Connections
The popular program is back: Residents can get a bargain on sidewalk repairs when the Chicago Department of Transportation pays half the check.
Residents will need to pitch in an extra quarter to park on neighborhood streets and Chicago becomes the most expensive city to park in.
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