It’s especially confounding when it’s painfully obvious there is no such yearning, when the public has pronounced its verdict in a clear voice.
Acting Cook County Public Guardian Charles Golbert said pleas for help on layoffs fell on deaf ears. Then 22 positions were restored in his office.
All told, 330 county employees will lose their jobs under terms of the budget, said Commissioner Larry Suffredin, D-Evanston.
You know what would have happened if that tax had continued? I would have grown tired of trekking to Indiana. I’d have bought pop here or cut back.
In a poll paid for by what Preckwinkle calls “Big Soda” interests, she was less popular than Donald Trump.
FOP President Kevin Graham wrote that police “generally want to testify, but they can no longer trust the Cook County state’s attorney.”
Nevest Coleman and Darryl Fulton were sentenced to life in prison for the 1994 murder of Antwinica Bridgeman.
Detectives generally want to testify, but they can no longer trust the Cook County state’s attorney to rule on these cases based upon the evidence.
Many believe the amended budget – that includes 425 layoffs and an additional 762 vacancy eliminations – has enough support for it to pass.
A warning flag is needed. A sign to proceed with caution because the road ahead is dangerous. But I doubt any of us would take notice.
Detectives later learned the man had gone to another bus stop and made similar statements to other students.
The proposed CTA budget lacks “clearly identifiable and reliable revenue streams” to close a $33 million budget gap, the RTA says.
Prohibition has strengthened gangs and led to more gun violence, advocate Jim Gierach says.
Chicago can’t have a war between its CEO of schools and IG when they share a common goal: to make sure Chicago’s young people are educated.
Lisa Schalk, 50, of the Garfield Ridge neighborhood was fatally struck by a vehicle while riding her bike Oct. 30.