Ald. Pope rehired city worker who quit after sex harassment allegations

THE WATCHDOGS: Why did Ald. John Pope (10th) hire a man who had quit his job at the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation as he was about to be fired over sexual harassment allegations leveled by a female laborer. The woman got a $99,000 settlement from the city.

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Moms, dads get kids ready for school

With school starting Tuesday for more than 400,000 Chicago Public Schools students, Walter Turner stood in a long line Monday to buy new clothes for his son, Damien Crawford, who is starting third grade at Tanner Elementary School. “I want him to be prepared for his first day,” Turner said.

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