Ronald Marmer resigned as Chicago Public Schools’ top lawyer a week after a report cited him for an ethical breach that also cost CPS CEO his job.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel will get a brief break from his troubles here Monday — thanks to a star in the vast constellation of brother Ari Emanuel.
The beginning of the end for Forrest Claypool came nearly two years ago. What the Chicago schools CEO did that cost him his $250,000 job.
Forrest Claypool resigned amid scandal Friday as chief executive officer of the Chicago Public Schools. Janice Jackson will replace him.
Here’s a look at what led to CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler’s review of CEO Forrest Claypool and how it has played out.
In a 13-page memo to the Chicago Board of Education, CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler recommended the board fire CPS CEO Forrest Claypool.
Ald. Derrick Curtis (18th) paid his property taxes after the Sun-Times reported Friday he was months late. Paying them “slipped my mind,” Curtis says.
THE WATCHDOGS: Secret report cites ‘critical failure of executive judgment” by city schools chief Forrest Claypool in ethics probe of top CPS lawyer.
According to the treasurer’s office, Ald. Derrick Curtis still owes nearly $1,500 in unpaid 2016 real-estate taxes for his home in the 18th Ward.
Gutierrez told the Chicago Sun-Times that he and his wife bought a home for more than $1 million last year on the northern coast of Puerto Rico.
Signaling the end to a quarter century career in Congress, Rep. Luis Gutierrez will announce his retirement Tuesday, Democratic sources said.
The layoffs in the Cook County chief Judge Tim Evans’ office will not touch the two people he employs who are closest to him: his twin daughters.
In a poll paid for by what Preckwinkle calls “Big Soda” interests, she was less popular than Donald Trump.
In a highly unusual move, Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool publicly apologized Friday afternoon to CPS Inspector General Nicholas Schuler.
Appeals court upholds judgment against Teamsters Local 700, representing government workers, but clears John Coli Sr. of liability on broken lease.