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.
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.
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.
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.
Make Retail Rent Affordable In Booming West Loop, Alderman Says
Ald. Burnett said storefront rents in the area have steadily risen to as much as $100 per square foot.
$22.8 Million City ‘Wellness’ Program Has No Proven Benefits, City Watchdog Says
Inspector General Joe Ferguson said the city has taken no steps to show the program works.
Male County Workers Make $6,000 More On Average Than Female Counterparts: Report
Older county workers are hit hardest by the wage disparities, with female employees over 70 making up to $24,640 less than their male counterparts.