About 600 kids and 300 families packed Olive-Harvey College’s gym Saturday, receiving laptops, hats, coats and various toys at the 21st annual event.
“This was a mistake. It should have never been done in the first place,” the mayor said.
Foutris said his first reactions to the city’s motion were “surprise and disgust,” and he says it’s outrageous for the city to sue LeGrier’s family.
The restaurant, at 600 N. Clark St., will close temporarily for a renovation and will lose its rock and roll theme when it reopens.
The Brighton Park Neighborhood Council and the Logan Square Neighborhood Association filed the lawsuit on Thursday.
Ford was found guilty of first-degree murder in March and sentenced to life in prison in June.
Marijuana legalization talks will go to voters, meaning they will see an advisory question on the March ballot.
With the prepayment option, county residents can download their bill and take it to Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas’ office or to any Chase Bank.
The plan hasn’t been updated by the park district since 1999 and is taking place at a turning point for these parks because of the Obama Center.
Four of the Democratic candidates for governor laid out some of their main campaign promises at the Women’s Gubernatorial Forum Saturday.
The moves by Sens. Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin are the latest in a series of high-profile endorsements of Pritzker, as he builds momentum.
U of C’s new emergency department – slated to open on Dec. 29 – is part of a broader $269 million plan to treat critically ill patients.
Sunil Bhave, assistant attorney general representing Chief Judge Tim Evans, called the cuts, and their potential effect, “breathtaking.”
After a presentation on the review process, representatives from around 50 community organizations got the chance to ask questions.
The cardinal will meet with those affected by Hurricanes Maria and Irma and distribute everything from chainsaws to diapers.