Articles By A.D. Quig

Englewood, Chatham Primary category in which blog post is published

Campaign Worker Shot On Facebook Live While Handing Out Fliers

The worker was shot Sunday in the 6600 block of South Marshfield Avenue, police said.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

FBI Raids Ald. Ed Burke’s City Hall, Ward Offices And Walk Off With Computers, Files

The dean of the City Council, facing re-election in February, said he did nothing wrong, and noted he's been investigated without charges before.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

Plan To Tax Sale Of Property Worth $750K+ To Replace Lead Pipes Stalls

“We’re asking those that have realized the gains in house value in areas where salaries are lucrative... to help fund areas of low income and need."

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With CPS Poised To Release 2018-19 Enrollment Data, ‘Astronomical’ Decline Expected To Continue

CPS enrollment has decreased by 11.8 percent since the since the 2006-07 school year, figures show.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

Vaping Tax, Millions In Police Misconduct Settlements Set To Be Approved By City Council

It's the first City Council meeting since Mayor Rahm Emanuel shook the political landscape by opting not to seek a third term.

Downtown Primary category in which blog post is published

Top Mayoral Contenders Bank $9.2 Million — Here’s Where The Cash Is Coming From

The Daily Line breaks down the campaign cash in the race for Mayor of Chicago.

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Incumbent Aldermen Haul In Big Bucks As Opponents Gear Up To Challenge Them

Candidates in contested aldermanic races have roughly $5.2 million to spend on upcoming races.

Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town Primary category in which blog post is published

St. Boniface Condo Conversion Plan Gets Key Approval, Moves On To Full City Council

The plan to turn the Noble Square church into condos was approved by the city's Housing and Real Estate Development Committee.

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Male City Workers Make Average $27,500 More Per Year Than Female Colleagues, Pension Data Shows

Despite more women in city leadership positions, “more needs to be done to support women in male-dominated fields,” experts say.