About two months before Amazon announced plans to build a second North American headquarters, the mayor sent a note to Jeff Bezos.
The governor’s office earlier said the proposed research center was “referenced” in the Amazon bid, but did not specify it was a possible site.
So how realistic is this innovation center, especially after the governor offered sparse details about it during an official announcement Thursday?
A day after Emanuel delivered a budget address that proclaimed city finances “back on track,” Standard & Poor’s claimed otherwise.
When teacher Cynthia Trevillion was gunned down in Rogers Park, a school and community grieved.
“Beginning in late 2017 and into 2018, CFD will replace all ambulance cots with motor-elevated units,” the city’s 2018 budget overview states.
The cart inventory is not being conducted with the intention of switching to a volume-based garbage fee, a city spokeswoman said.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is counting on raising $10.8 million in 2018 through “data-driven enforcement and improved debt collection.”
Eliminating the tax for mid-size entertainment venues, however, is in keeping with Chicago’s strong history as an incubator of the arts.
Sneed is told former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger is planning to run for commissioner of the Water Reclamation District.
The mayor was on the defensive before the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board—on a host of issues related to the spending plan he unveiled Wednesday.
Emanuel welcomed Johnson back to work seven weeks after the superintendent received a kidney donated by his 25-year-old son, Daniel.
Emanuel’s budget address was part State-of-the-City, part campaign kick-off for what is expected to be an uphill battle for a third term.
It was the second time within hours that a cop or former cop had invoked their Fifth Amendment rights.
Inspector General Joe Ferguson has found a pattern of potential abuse of family leave by Office of Emergency Management and Communications employees.