Amid a bus driver shortage, CPS in August canceled bus service for 5,500 eligible students in magnet and selective enrollment schools.
Freddie Ramos took out $20,000 in loans to pay for his son’s degree. The family is cutting back on expenses as a three-year payment pause ends.
Taking advantage of the three-year pause on payments, Brianna Kidd, a 30-year-old college grad, worked two jobs and lived with her dad to do it.
Looking to thrift? Here’s a crib sheet (with map!) of where to go and what to look for, from a trusted thrifting enthusiast.
The thrifting trend shows no sign of slowing down among Gen Z. We tagged along with the Von Steuben High School Thrift Club.
Voters will elect school board members for the first time in November 2024. There’s a public hearing Thursday on proposed voting districts.
Andrew Palomo of Bolingbrook is figuring out how to juggle his resumed loan payments with the costs of food, housing — and now childcare.
Critics say CPS’ budgeting system hurts schools with dropping enrollment, but a study shows it also helps redirect money to low-income students.
The three-year pause is over for an estimated 43 million borrowers, including 1.5 million Illinoisans. To help, we researched your burning questions.
The former football coach says he was wrongfully fired after a hazing and abuse scandal.