The opera and musicians reached a multi-year labor agreement Saturday evening and voted Sunday to ratify the contract.
Mendoza has said she’s “flattered” by calls for her to jump in the race, but is “entirely focused on her reelection campaign as comptroller.”
Lyric musicians performed at the season premiere last weekend but are now on strike, protesting programming and orchestra reductions.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the Trump Department of Justice is holding back grants due to Chicago’s sanctuary city status.
The controversial former Avondale priest says he’s still in hiding to avoid being committed to a mental institution by Cardinal Blase Cupich.
The new Sun-Times website, slated to go live in early 2019, will use the technology behind Vox Media sites like Eater, Curbed and SB Nation.
In Mount Greenwood on the Far South Side, many residents feared the verdict would prevent police officers from being able to do their jobs.
Police said Thursday they had received more than 100 tips in connection to the mysterious Rogers Park murders earlier this week.
Six mental health centers in Cook County will receive $100,000 grants, the South Side celebrity announced on Thursday.
Hyatt hotel workers agreed to a deal on Thursday to return to work, about a month after they joined 6,000 more employees in a strike.
The Far North Side neighborhood was on edge Wednesday after the seemingly random killings of Douglas Watts, 73, and Eliyahu Moscowitz, 24.
Eliyahu Moscowitz, 24, and Willard Douglass Watts, 73, were each shot in the head a few blocks apart over a 36-hour time period, police said.
Speaking from an “undisclosed location,” the Rev. Paul Kalchik said church leaders tried to send him to a mental institution in Maryland.
Bocanegra ran for 12th Ward alderman in 2007 and 2011, and in the 15th Ward in 2015, and he briefly served as chair of the Cook County Green Party.