A recent investigation by the Chicago Sun-Times shows that an administrator with the Illinois Department of Corrections has a criminal past that involves some two dozen arrests on charges such as arson and possession of illegal guns and drugs, among others.
A two-year pilot program is in the works to help support Springfield
School District minority students who want to explore jobs in
engineering and other related careers, reports the State
A Chicago pastor of a Lakeview Roman Catholic church said on Monday that
he will step down from his day-to-day duties at St. Alphonsus Parish
following an allegation of sexual misconduct made to the Archdiocese of
Chicago last week.
Nine community activists who tried to save La Casita at Whittier Elementary School from the wrecking ball in August were found not guilty Friday on misdemeanor charges of criminal trespass to state-supported land.