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The project, announced in 2014, will involve rebuilding the Bryn Mawr, Berwyn, Argyle and Lawrence stations.
Whether associate judges get to keep their seats is solely up to a secret vote of circuit judges
Injustice Watch examination highlights problem jurists on Cook County bench
Upgrades include a basketball hoop, soccer goals, an outdoor mural and a produce stand with fruit and vegetables students’ families can take home.
The decision comes a day after the couple’s lawyer petitioned the agency, asking it to allow the couple to stay in the country.
Illinois voters get rare chance to vote directly on major public policy issue—and the political ads that go with it.
Of the people arrested, 21 have previous felony convictions, police said.
Aldermen Gilbert Villegas (36th) and Ald. Matt O’Shea (19th) say the switch would increase revenue, cut costs and boost a dismal 7% recycling rate.
Estimates suggest the city lost more than 7,000 residents from 2017 to 2018.
40-acre parcel where American Airlines jet went down is critical in plan for long-promised entry to airport
A one-year-old was critically injured, and a three-year-old’s condition was stabilized.
A suburban coyotes, an urban night-heron & turtle, Starved Rock warning, mayor’s fishing advisory committee are among notes around Chicago outdoors
CPD officer injured in Englewood crash after police car is struck by wrong-way driver with gunshot wound
The officer was taken to an area hospital where his condition was stabilized.