“The Obama Center coming to the South Side of Chicago … is something that we want, but we want to make sure South Side residents aren’t displaced.”
The Girl I Guess voting guide posted by Ellen Mayer and Stephanie Skora prompted Molly Gloss and others in Chicago to vote.
It’s been 28 years since a Cook County judge has been voted out of office. Circuit Court Judge Matthew Coghlan broke that streak on Tuesday.
The second page of the ballots lists all 60 Cook County judges seeking new six-year terms and city and county referendum questions.
The proposed budget amendment would include funding to reopen six city-run mental health clinics shuttered in 2012.
Ald. Villegas lashed out against the killer of Maira Coronel, who was shot twice in the back of the head in front of her two nieces on Halloween.
“It’s something else to see your child not be able to breathe,” says Rolinda Robinson, an Austin woman who’s the mother of three children with asthma.
Black Panther Party icon’s son is going to need more money than he previously thought to save the home.
Hampton’s son is trying to save the Maywood home before it goes up for auction next week.
An exhibit runs through Dec. 9, and features “Día de Los Muertos Xicago,” a free neighborhood celebration on Oct. 28.
The lawsuit is the third filed against Treasure Island since it abruptly told its employees on Sept. 26 it would be closing all of its stores.
The group did not take kindly to Gov. Bruce Rauner blaming undocumented immigrants for “high unemployment” and “so much crime” in Chicago on Tuesday.
The news comes a month after Kanye West tweeted his involvement in reopening the theater.
Workers rallied outside Treasure Island Foods in Lakeview on Monday to demand the two months’ worth of wages they say they’re owed under federal law.
Twenty-five colleges and universities in Illinois have committed to end the huge gap in graduation rates.