Rep. Elgie Sims says he and three other lawmakers have been working on legislation to curb the city’s shootings since the fall of 2016.
Gov. Rauner has stepped into a fight over dumping construction debris close to drinking-water supplies, an issue that’s pitted Chicago vs. SW suburbs.
If everyone could just see them as the people they are instead of the threats they fear them to be, we could get this bathroom business behind us.
The governor has been pushing for a sale of the post-modernist building at the corner of Clark and Randolph since he took office in 2015.
With the Cubs scheduled to open their season in April, City Hall is gearing up to implement a plan to double parking meter rates around Wrigley Field.
“We’re taking it seriously—and we should. That’s the job we signed up to do for the people of Chicago,” said William Conlon, Board of Ethics chairman.