Ald. Brian Hopkins won more parkland for a congested North Side area that is about to absorb a lot more residents.
Ald. Brendan Reilly said he was “extremely pleased” to announce the aesthetic improvement on the northwest and southeast corners of Michigan and Oak
The proposal by Tribune Media comes amid a nationwide scramble to land Amazon’s second worldwide headquarters.
A major move is afoot to amend the city’s municipal code to require installation of more protective netting at the Cubs and White Sox ballparks.
“If Equifax violated our municipal code, fines can range from $2,000 a day to $10,000 a day for every day the offense was in existence,” Ed Burke said
What Emanuel failed to mention — and Ald. Brian Hopkins revealed — is that Sterling Bay was not the highest bidder.
Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said single-servings of beer, wine and liquor only cost a few bucks, encouraging panhandling.
Ald. Michele Smith (43rd) said she will take advantage of a new state law reducing motorcycle noise and loud mufflers on Lake Shore Drive.
Chicagoans would pay $5 per phone number, per month — up from $3.90 — to shore up the Laborers Pension Fund, the smallest of four city employee funds.
KAPOS: Josh Metnick, who buys and sells internet domain names the way a real estate broker handles land deals, has put Illinois.com on the market.
Ald. Brian Hopkins said lighted signs would make it easier for Chicago Police officers to identify ride-hailing drivers who cause congestion.
The revised proposal allows street musicians to perform during the lunch and evening rush periods downtown.
A popular Streeterville park will have a different look come summer as the city is set to replace two softball fields with grass.
A White Sox official accepted the Ethics board ruling as the final word on an opening day freebie that has been a team tradition for decades.
Nearly 4,500 additional parking tickets have been written so far this year since Chicago assigned teams to crack down on illegal weekend parking.