Ald. Brian Hopkins (inset) said Lincoln Yards had more supporters than detractors at last week's zoning meeting. SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL

Hundreds Pack City Hall, Calling ‘Rushed’ Lincoln Yards Vote The New ‘Parking Meter Deal’

Editorials in the Sun-Times, Tribune and Crain's Chicago Business called on Ald. Hopkins to slow down the approval process – but it's moving ahead.

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Reparations For Black Chicagoans Are Overdue, Supporters Of Resolution Say: ‘We Need To Put Our Money Where Our Mouth Is’

If approved in a Friday vote, the Chicago Descendants of Enslaved Africans Reparations Commission would hold public hearings to consider what form reparations would take in Chicago.

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Chicago Public Schools Won’t Cut Ties With Police, Mayor Lightfoot Says

Just last year, CPS approved a $33 million budget to employ Chicago Police officers in schools.

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These Grants And Rebates Are Available For Small Independent Businesses In Albany Park

“Now that we’re in Phase 3 we’re trying to help rebuild the neighborhood,” said one chamber official.