The city spent $18.8 million-plus on overtime for public safety, traffic management and street cleanup during the Cubs’ march to a World Series title.
A simulated “active shooter” situation involving “simulated ammunition and flashbangs” will be held at Wrigley Field on Thursday.
The Cubs on Wednesday won the limited right to sell beer and wine on an open-air plaza next to Wrigley Field, but they aren’t happy with the rules.
Ald. Tom Tunney stood his ground against the Cubs’ request for a patio license that could allow extended liquor sales at a plaza next to Wrigley Field
The Cubs accused Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) of going “too far” and “defeating the purpose of the plaza” in his attempt to appease Wrigleyville residents.